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Methven Simpson Ltd. 


FOUNDED 1823. 

The Edinburgh Life 



The Oldest Scottish Assurance Company 

transacting Life Assurance, Endowment, and Annuity Business 
alone — without Fire, Marine, or other risks — which affords the 
Additional Security of a Substantial Capital (£500,000) besides A 
Large Accumulated Assurance and Annuity Fund, which now 
amounts to nearly _^~ ~_ _ _ 


President -Thv Most Hon.\$HE MARQUIS^ BREADALBANE, K.G. 
Vice-President— The Right H^XORD^i^INGTON, G.C.M.G. 



Combining Investment with Full Insurance 




The Death of one Member of a Firm usually involves disturbance 
of Capital or Loss of Skill, or both misfortunes combined. This 
may be insured against, and in a way fully explained in a Special 



Edinburgh, 22 George Street 



Resident Secretary— D. AUBREY MAXWELL 

FOUR . . . 


Leading Daily North of the Forth. 
8to 12 pages. First in circulation and Influence. 

One Penny. 

Foremost in News and Advertisements. 


Most Widely Read Halfpenny Journal 
Numerous out of Edinburgh or Glasgow. 

The Popular Evening Newspaper of 
a y " Central Scotland. 


The Scottish National Newspaper. 
Saturdays, Read by Scotsmen all the World over, 
one penny. The acknowledged Champion of the 


The favourite Home Miscellany. 


" Welcomed wherever Good Literature 

One Penny. . . „ 

is courted. 

3obn tens $ Co-, £t& 


Scotland's premier publishers. 


Bouse Painter ana Decorator, 




DECOTEX— Sole Agent (Forfarshire). 

Cpnecastk tapestrp, flnaalppta, Coraelcwa, 
jEincrusta Walton, 

And other First-Class Decorations. 


Books of Patterns sent on request, and Parcels forwarded 
with utmost despatch. 

NEWPORT (12 High Street) CALL OFFICE* No. 7. 





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Telephone No. 333. 


14 MEADOWSIDE (near General Post Office), 


Every MODERN Appliance for Fire Extinguishing purposes. 

Automatic Fire Detection— Agent for the "May-Oatway" Fire 
Appliances, Ltd., London. 



V£> PANY'S Splendid Steamships, " DUNDEE," Capt. Chapman ; 
"PERTH," Capt. Rackow; and "LONDON," Capt. Lowden ; or 
other of the Company's Vessels, will sail (weather, casualties, and 
strikes excepted) from DUNDEE and LONDON every Wednesday 
and Saturday. 

FARES— First Cabin, including Steward's Fees, 22s 6d ; 
Return Tickets, available for TWELVE MONTHS, 35s; 
Second Cabin, 15s; Return Tickets, 22s 6d ; Children, 
8 to 14, Half-Fare. 

LIGHTERAGE and CARTAGE Orders received at the COMPANY'S 
LONDON CITY OFFICE, 105 Fenchurch Street, and the Booking of 
Passengers attended to, there being direct Telephonic Communication 
with the Wharf. 

PASSENGERS can also secure berths in London at G. W. WHEATLEY 
& CO.'S Office, 23 Regent Street,_W.; THOS. COOK & SONS' Booking 
Office; and on application to JAMtS MITCHELL, the Company's Agent, 
Dundee Wharf, Limehouse, E. 

Telegraphic Address— " MITCHELL, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON." 

Goods and Parcels are received at Wheatley's Office, 23 Regent Street ; 
Lavington's, 69 Old Bailey ; and by Thomas Stones 2s Co., Carting Agents to 
the Company, 6 Upper East Smithfield. 

The Steamers now arrive at and sail from DUNDEE WHARF, Limehouse, 
which is about 300 yards from Limehouse Station on the Blackwall Railway 
from Fenchurch Street, with trains every twenty minutes. 

The Wharf is very commodious, and fitted with all the latest improvements 
for quick despatch ; and is by Three Colt Street within 500 yards of Commercial 
Road, which leads direct to the City without obstruction. 
Postal Address : 


and for Telegrams -" MITCHELL, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON." 

To ensure shipment, Goods should be alongside at least One Hour before 
the advertised time of sailing. 

Further particulars can be obtained at the Company's Office, 5 Shore 
Terrace. Telegraphic Address — " Kidd, Dundee." 

Goods are carried at through Rates to and from Arbroath, Montrose, Forfar 
Kirriemuir, Brechin, Perth, Dunkeld, Inverness, Forres, Elyin, Fochabers, 
Keith, Buckie, Cupar Fife, St Andrews, and many other Stations on the 
Caledonian, Highland, and North British Railways. 

JAMES W. KIDD, Manager. 


'2t i£ y.yic ^k "4^ ^k ^tok. "4^^ 

Telegraphic Address: 

Telephone No. 1254. 


Clectric CisDtitifi 



No Smoke! No Dirt! No Smell ! 


No House is completely attractive without it. If you 

take any pride in your house and furniture use 

The Electric Light. 

No other light can satisfy the artistic eye. 

Notice to Consumers. 
It is uneconomical to Burn your Lamps beyond 700 Hours. 


Cooking, Ironing, Heating, and Ventilating. 

The Electric Heater is handy, clean, and healthy. 

Specially adapted for Bedrooms. 




'^^jog^jg^^CTnn:jfr • 



electric motors. 


Advantages of the Electric Motor: — 

No expensive foundations required. 

High efficiency at light loads. 

Reduction of attendance charges. 

Wide range of speed without use of cone pulleys 

or other gear. 
Speed once fixed remains constant. 
Small space required for given power. 
Maximum production from tools, machines, &c, 

with minimum labour charges. 
Great reduction of shafting, belting, and other 

power absorbing obstacles to cheaper pro= 

Freedom from vibration, noise, and smell. 
Always ready if you want to work a small part 

of your works overtime. 
Can be placed in any position — upside down, 

sideways, or otherwise. 
Portable and quite safe. 
Easy to work. 

Cleanest and cheapest of all motive power. 

No Up-to-date Manufacturing- Firm can afford 

to be without them. 

important notice,-™! cha p rges for c h urren f for 

— — Motor Purposes have been 

greatly reduced. 
For Particulars, Tariff, Details, &c, apply by Letter 
or otherwise to 


General Manager and Engineer. 

Dudhope Crescent Road, 




Dundee Gas C 


(Opposite S. Paul's Church), 

Where the most MODERN APPLIANCES are on 

view for the Inspection and Instruction of the public. 






Marine and General 



Sir THOMAS SUTHERLAND, G.C.M.G., LL.D., Chairman. 

funds, - £1,322,882 





The NEW BONUS gives to all Members whose 
Policies were over 5 years in force on 31st December 1904 an 
addition of TEN POUNDS per cent, of the Sum 

For Prospectuses and further particulars apply to 

J. ROBERTSON WILSON, District Agent, 

Calcutta Buildings, 18 Commercial Street, DUNDEE. 

NOTE. — This Society does not Insure Ships or Cargoes. 




FUNDS IN HAND, £150,000. 




Telephone No. 565. 


J. C. METHVEN, Esq., J. P. (of .Messrs Cox 

Brothers. Ltd.), Chairman. 
DAVID JOHNSTON, Esq., Solicitor. 

Ex-Lord Provost M'GRADY, J.P. 
\V. F. M. ROSS, Esq., Merchant. 
0. H. WILLIAMS, Esq., J.P., Director 
G. N. of S. Railway Co. 

JAMES RATTRAY, District Manager. 
Edinburgh Office : 5a YORK PLACE. 


F. J. MARTIN, Esq., Writer to the Signet, Chairman. 
DAVID SHAW, Esq., Writer to the Signet. I ADAM TAIT, Esq., J.P., Secretary, Royal 

Bank of Scotland. 
D. H. HUIE, C.A., Resident Secretary. 

Glasgow Office: 141 WEST GEORGE STREET. 

D. W. MACLENNAN, District Manager. 

The Company accepts Proposals for Fire Insurances of all kinds 
and at the Lowest Possible Bates commensurate 
with the risk. 

Applications for Agencies Invited. 


Scottish Equitable 

life: assurance society. 

Established 1831. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. 

President— His Grace The DUKE OF BUCCLEUCH, K.T. 
Vice-President— The Right Hon. The EARL OF MANSFIELD. 

j^" J HIS is a PURELY MUTUAL OFFICE, in which the whole Profits 
! \$y belong to the Assured, who, by the Society's Special Act of 
Parliament, are expressly protected against any individual 
! liability. The Society has been in existence for more than 70 years. 


Annual Income, 



The Directors have adopted a New Scheme of Assurance, whereby 
Members joining this Society may have the full benefit of Participation 
in the Profits although called upon to pay only a 


Assurance Payable. 

Age 25. 

Age 35. 

Age 45. 

At Death 

At 60 or Death . 

£1 18 4 
2 10 2 

£2 9 6 
3 13 6 

£3 7 10 
6 9 8 


The Society has a favourable system of dealing with Reversions. 

Particulars will be furnished on application. 
Loans are granted in connection with Life Assurance, on Life Interests, 

Reversions, and other approved Security. 
Annuities granted on favourable terms. 

Head Office-28 St Andrew Square, EDINBURGH. 

Manager and Actuary— GEO. M. LOW. 
Secretary— J. J. M'LAUCHLAN. 


Telephone No. 798. WILLIAM SIMPSON, District Secretary. 

Applications for Agencies Invited, 


Scottish Dnion & National 


Capital, - £6,000,000 

Total Funds nearly - 6,000,000 


Those who contemplate effecting a 


are invited to examine the Company's New Prospectus and 

Assurance without Medical Examination. 

Special Attention is drawn to the Scheme entitled 



Almost all descriptions of Property Insured on the most 

Favourable Conditions. 
Inspections made and Rates quoted Free of Charge. 
Settlement of Claims Prompt and Liberal. 

Prospectuses and Every Information can be had at the 


Telegrams : Telephone : 

"Unitate," Dundee. No. 46, Dundee, 

A. K. MAXWELL, Resident Secretary. 






Copyrigbt - -TnTiTi Bartholomew & Co.EdiroV 

yioc 6ood Reasons . . 


James P. Mathew & Co. 

Have confidence in soliciting the favour of your Orders 


They devote their best attention to the 

business, and are untiling in their efforts 

to please all clients. 


They hold at your service an enormous 

stock of TYPES in endless varieties 

of styles. 


Their extensive workshops were specially 
designed and built for the business, and 
the Machinery is up to date, and specially 
adapted for turning out the finest work 
at quickest speed. 


In all Departments they are assisted by 

experienced workmen, and no inferior 

work is permitted to leave the 



They are in the best position to quote you 
advantageous terms, as they buy all 
papers and other goods at keenest prices 
for prompt cash. 


IBooIt ana (general printing. 41'itliograuliing. 1 

planer ftultng. 

(Commercial Stationery. Bie jstamuhuj. 

-Arromtt I'iooIi iRannfactnrino. 

Note the Address: l? & IQ COWGATE, DUNDEE. 






Cetterpress and titbograpbic 

Inferior Work 


is permitted 


to leave 

paper Rulers, Bookbinders, and 

the Premises. 

manufacturing Stationers. 

portrait Work a Specialty. 

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Specially prepared for the Work from Ordnance and actual Surveys, 
and Corrected to present date. 


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Price 4s ; Post Free 4s 4d. 


General Notice, 

List of Streets, Squares, Lanes, Entries, &c 
Public Offices, Buildings, Parks, &c, ... 

Municipal Ward Boundaries, 

Municipal Lists, 

Judicial Lists, 

Banking and Insurance Lists, 

Consuls and Vice- # Consuls for Foreign States, 
Property and Investment Companies, 

Public Conveyances, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, 

Educational and Literary Institutions, 
Charitable and Benevolent Institutions, 

Miscellaneous Lists, 

Harbour and Shipping Lists, 

Postal Directory, 

Dundee General Directory, 

Street Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Lochee General Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Broughty Ferry General Directory, 

■ Trades and Professions Directory, 

Monifieth Directory, 

Carnoustie Directory, 

Newport Directory, 

Tayport Directory, 

Rural District Directory, 

Index to Advertisements, 

Page 141 of Advertisements 

Plan of Dundee and Lochee, 

Broughty Ferry, ... 

Newport and Wormit, 


Preceding Title 

Facing page 760 

,, ,, 832 

„ 856 



Adult Free Breakfast Mission - 101 
Advertiser Golf Club - - 110 

Aged Christian Friend Society - 102 

Seaman's Institution - 129 

Agreement Stamp Duty - - 54 
Albert Institute Subscrip. Library 92 

Masonic Lodge - - 754 

Alliance Trust Co., Ltd. - - 64 
Ambulance Association, St John 97 
Analyst, Public - - 42 

Ancrum Road Bowling Club - 754 

Gardens - - 754 

Angling Clubs - - - 108, 797 
Angus Angling Club - - 108 

Chess and Whist Club - 118 

Animals, Prevention of Cruelty to 100 
Anti- Vaccination League - - 125 
Appeal, Court of - 50 

Apprenticeship Stamp Duty - 54 
Architect, City - - - - 42 
Architecture, Dundee Institute of 93 
Armitstead Trust - - - 93 
Art Association, Fine - - 92 

Gallery .... 92 

Society - - - - 93 

Union - - - - - 93 

Artillery Association, National - 124 

Volunteers 122, 797, 826, 863 















- 84 
119, 755, 826 

- 40 

- 56 

- 795 

- 824 

- 807 

- 862 


Assessor of Stamps and Taxes 
Assistant Teachers' Association 
Asylum, Baldovan 

Dundee Royal Lunatic 

Athletic and Gymnastic Clubs, 

Club, Dundee 

High School 

Bailie or Burgh Court 
Bailies - 
Baldovan Asylum 
Industrial Schools 

— Orphanage 

Balgay Bowling Club 

Industrial School 

Band of Hope Union 
Bands, Instrumental - 
Bank Holidays - 
Banks - 

Broughty Ferry 



Tayport - 

Bannatyne Home of Rest - 
Baths Committee 

Public - 

Baxter Park Bowling Club - 


Beach Chapel of Ease - - 796 

Mission Sick Nursing - 796 

Benevolent Association, Trades - 117 











124, 796, 848 

- 753 

Society, Grocers' 
- Trust, Bro'ty Ferry - 
Bible Lands Missions Aid Socy. - 

Society (Dundee Auxiliary) 


Bills of Exchange - 

Black Watch Bearer Company - 

Blind, Dundee Institution for - 

Mission to the Out-Door 

Blyth Halls 

Boating Clubs 

Bog Mission, Lochee - 

Bonnethill Quofting Club - 

Book Delivery Stations 

Booksellers' Union - 

Bowling Association - 

■ Clubs - - - - 

Bro'ty Ferry 

■ — Carnoustie 


Monifieth - 


— Wormit 

Boys' and Girls' Religious Associat 

Brigade -.-.-■ 

— Monifieth 


■ Ch. of Scotland - 

Home - 

Home, Working - 

British Medical Association 

Women's Temp. Assoc. - 

Workman Public-House 

Broughty Ferry Directory 

Plan of - - 

Tramway Co. 

Builders' Association 
Building Societies - 
Buildings, Public 
Burgh Committee on Secondary 
Education - - 
— Court . - - - 
Engineer - - - - 




























Burial Board 

Grounds - 

Society, Dundee 

Burns Club 

Society - 

Bursaries - 
Butchers' Association 
Cab Regulations 
Caledonia Cycling Club 


- 50' 

- 42) 

- 43i 

- 43* 

- 118! 

- 93i 

- 93 
89, 102 1 

- 125: 

- 66 

- no; 


Caledonia Golf Club - 
Caledonian Building Society 

Pipe Band 

Railway Company 


Camperdown Curling Clubs 

Canine Club 

Carnoustie Directory 

Carpenters, Society of, Bro. Ferry 797 

Carriage (Hackney) Regulations 66 

Carriers, Country - - - 68 

Railway - - - 67 

Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. - 125 

Cattle Companies - - - 64 
Cemeteries - - - - 43 

Committee - - 42 

Cemetery Company - - - 118 

Forgan - - - 847 

Chamberlain, City - - - 42 
Chamber of Commerce - - 125 
Charitable Institutions - - 94 
Charity Organization Society - 101 
Chemists' Association - - 124 

Chess Club, Angus - - - 118 

Dundee - - - 126 

Children, Prevention of Cruelty to 100 
Children's Free Breakfast Mission 100 











. 82 

- 69 

- 798 

- 826 

- 748 

- 809 

- 850 

- 863 

- 50 

- 755 

- 42 

- 89 

- 124 

- 127 

- 43 

- 107 


Dinner Fund 

— Home, Comerton 

Cholera Hospital 
Choral Societies 

Newport - 


Union, Amateur 

Christian Endeavour Union 
Church Officers - 

Officials - 

of Scot. Office-Bearers' Ass 


Broughty Ferry 

Carnoustie and Barry 

Lochee - 


Newport and Wormit 


Circuit Courts - 

Citizens' Association, Lochee 

City Officials 


Civil Service Academies 
Civilian Rifle Club - 
Clans, Association of the - 
Cleansing Department 
Clepington Gardens - 

Horticultural Assoc. 

Quoiting Club - 

Clergy and Places of Worship 
Clerks' Association, Scottish 

Clerks' Cycling Club - 
Clothing Society 
Clubs, Angling - 

Athletic - 

Boating - 


Canine - 

Comedy - 
Cricket - 

Cycling - 
Eastern - 

- 110 

- 102 

- 108, 797 

- 108, 110 

- 124, 796, 848 

109, 754, 796, 808, 
825, 848, 850 

- 93 

- 107 

- 118, 126 

- 125 

- 126 

- 108, 754, 796 

- 754 

110, 754, 796, 825, 
848, 863 

- 110,848 

- 126 

- 106 

- 92 
- First F.R.G. A. Sergeants 124 

Football - - 108, 797, 848 

^_____^_ (ii-fi TY\ PS— - - ~ i*j i 

Golf 110, 796, 808, 824, 863 

Gymnastic - - - 110 

Lawn Tennis 109, 754, 825, 849 

Liberal - - - - 120 

Liberal Unionist 755, 797, 849 

New - - - - 106 

Newport - - - 848 

Quoiting - 109, 797, 848 

Rifle - - - 124, 850 

Swimming - 117, 754, 848 

Total Abstainers - - 116 

Twenty - - - - 124 

Union - - - 121, 825 

University - - - 93 

Western - 106 

Whist - - - - 118 

Yacht .... 124 

Coachmen's Club - - - 125 
Coal Supply Association - - 117 
College, University - - - 85 
Colportage Society - - - 127 
Comedy Club - - - - 126 
Comerton Children's Home - 101 
Commercial Travellers' Assoc. 126 
Commissary Officer - - - 53 
Comunn Nam Fineachan - - 127 
Conservative Association, Dundee 120 

— — National Union - 119 

Constituencies, Par. and Municip. 41 
Consular Corps ... 125 
Consuls and Vice-Consuls - - 63 
Consumption, Sanatorium for 96 
Convalescent Home - - - 97 
House - - - 97 


Convent, Lawside 
Conveyance of Property 
Conveyances, Public - 
Co-operative Coal Association 

Corbet Library, Broughty Ferry 

Corinthian Boating Club - 

Corn Exchange - 

Council Officer - - - 

Councillors, Common 

Country Carriers 

County Councillors, Bro'ty Ferry 795 

Carnoustie - 823 


- 54 

- 65 

- 117 

- 127 


Dudhope Park Museum - - 92 
Dundee & Arbroath Joint Railway 66 













108, 796 

- 754 

- 108 

- 754 

Courier Cycling Club 

Golf Club - 


Cricket Association - 

Clubs - 

Bro. Ferry, 

League, Lochee Park 


Croquet Club, Lochee 

Cruelty to Animals,Prevention of 100 

Children, Prevention of 100 

Curing Co., River Tay, Ltd. - 126 
Curling Club, Broughty Ferry - 796 

Camperdown - 754 

Dundee - - 110 

Newport - - 848 

Panmure - - 825 

Scotscraig - - 863 

Curr Night Refuge - - - 100 
Customs, H.M. - - - - 128 
Cycling Clubs - - - - 110 

Lochee - - 110 

Newport - - 848 

Cyclists' Union, Scottish - - 110 
Dairy, Carse of Cowrie, Co. - 125 
Dairymen's Association - - 125 
Dalhousie Golf Club - - - 824 
Day Nurseries - 100 

— Lochee - - 753 

Deaf and Dumb Institution - 99 

—- Mission to Adult 100 

Oral School of - 88 

- 128 

- 128 

- 110 
126, 826 

- 109 

- 109 

Dock Gates and Signals 


Downfield Golf Club - 
Dramatic Societies 
Dudhope Bowling Club 

Lawn Tennis Club 

Duties, Various Stamp 
East Coast Railway - 

End Angling Club 

Eastern Club .... 
Ecclesiastical Lists ... 

Feasts - 

Economic Building Society 
Edinburgh Assoc, for Incurables 

Medical Miss. Socy. - 

Education (Secondary) Com. 
Educational Endow. Scheme 

Institute of Scotland 

Institutions - 


Electrical Engineer 
Engineers, Dundee Institute of 

-Experimental, Society of 107 






Estate Duty 
Evangelistic Association 
Excise Officials - - - 
Eye Institution - 
Factors' Association - 
Factory Act 

"Workers' Union 

Faculty of Procurators 
Fairfield Bowling Club 

Lawn Tennis Club 

Fairs and Markets 
Female Rescue Home 


Ferries, Tay ... 

T'P^TlVflls - - - — 

Field Club, Working Men's 
Fife and Forfar Yeomanry 
Fifeshire County Council - 

Sheriff Officers 

Fine Art Association - 


Fire Brigade 
















— Tayport 
First Fife Volunteer Artillery - 

F.R.G.A. - 

Sergeants' Club ■ 

V.B.R.H., B.W. 

V.B.R H. Sergeants' Mess 

Fishermen, Shipwrecked, Society 129 
Flax and Jute "Warehouses - 105 
Floorcloth and Linoleum Coy. - 126 
Flower Mission to Sick Poor 
Football Charity Association 

Clubs - 

Broughty Ferry- 797 

Newport - - 848 

Foresters, Order of - - - 112 

108 : 


Foresters, Order of, Carnoustie - 825 


Irish National 


Forfar and Fife Yeomanry 
Forfarshire Building Society 

Chemists' Association 124 
Countv Council - 48 
Cricket Club - 108, 797 
Cycling Club - - 110 
Football Association 108 
Justices of Peace - 51 
Lunacy Board - - 45 
Medical Association 107 
Quoiting Association 109 
Unionist Organization 121 
Vol. Artillery - 122 

Free Breakfast Mission, Adult - 101 

Children's 100 

Dinner Fund, Children's - 101 

Library - - - 92, 754 

— Trade Association 
Friends, Society of 
Funeral Society, Lochee - 
Furniture Manufacturers' Assoc. 
Gaelic Association - 
Games Club, Broughty Ferry 
Gardens, Ancrum Road 

"Working Men's - 

Gardner Street - 

Gardeners' Lodges 
Lochee - 

Gardner Street Gardens 

Garrick Dramatic Club 

Gas Committee - 
— Light Company, Carnoustie 824 
Monifieth- 807 


— Engineer 

— Treasurer - 
Geographical Society - 
Gerard Cottage Hospital - 
Gilfillan Cycling Club 

Testimonial Fund 









Girls' Homes 
Golf Clubs - 

Broughty Ferry 


Monifieth - - - 808 

Panmure - - - 808 

Scotscraig - - 863 

CourseCommittee, Carnoustie 825 

Links Management, Monifieth 808 

Good Templar Lodges - - 115 

B. Ferry- 797 

Carnoustie 825 

Lochee - 754 

Monifieth 808 

Gospel Temperance Union - - 83 
Grange Golf Club - - - 808 
Grocers' Association, Licensed - 117 

Unlicensed 117 

Benevolent Society - 117 

Guild Court - - 50 

Guildry Incorporation - - 44 
Gymnasium, Dundee - - 110 

Gymnastic Societies - - - 110 
Hackney Carriages, Regulations for 66 

Halls 31 

Hansford Land and CattleCo., Ltd. 64 
Harbour and Shipping Lists - 127 

Officials and Trustees - 127 

Harris Academy - - - 87 

Hawaiian Investment Co., Ltd. 65 
Health, Medical Officer of - - 42 
Helenslea Cricket Club - - 796 
High School ... 87 

Athletic Union - 110 

Lawn Tennis Club - 110 

Highland Society - - - 122 
Highlanders, Vol. Battalions - 123 

Holidays 40 

Home, Bannatyne - - - 98 

Boys' - - - - 94 

Convalescent - 97 

Female Rescue - - 98 

Girls' - - - - 101 

for Incurables - - 96 

Mission Union - - 80 

Newport Children's - 101 

Prison Gate Mission - 101 

Sailors' - - - - 129 

St Margaret's - - 97 

St Margaret's Cottage - 796 

Salvation Army - - 97 

The .... 98 

Working Boys' - - 94 

Y.W.C.A., Edzell - - 98 

Horticultural Society, Dundee - 106 

Bro'ty - 796 

Carnoustie 824 

— Clepingtonl07 

Tayport - 862 

Hospital for Consumptives - 96 

for Incurables - - 95 

Gerard Cottage - - 808 

Kingscross - - - 95 

Longmore, for Incurables 96 

Master- - - - 41 

Parochial Sick - - 45 

Private, for Women - 96 

Smallpox and Cholera - 96 

Hotels, Principal - - - 106 
Humane Society- - - - 117 
Incurables, Edinburgh Assoc, for 96 


Incurables, Home for 

Hospital for 


I.O.G.T. — See Good Templar Lodges 
Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund - 102 

Sick Society- - - 98 

Industrial Schools Society - - 94 
Infirmary, Royal - - - 95 
Inland Revenue(Stamps, Taxes,&c. ) 54 
Inspector of Factories - - 54 
Poor - - - 45 

Shops - 42 

Weights & Measures 42 

Instrumental Bands 119, 755, 826 
Insurance Lists - - - - 57 

Companies (Marine) - 63 

Investment Companies, Property 64 
Irish Missions, Scottish Assoc, for 83 

Nationalist Foresters - - 113 

United, League- - - 112 

Joint Stock Co. - - - - 64 
Journalists, Institute of - - 106 
Judges of Police Court - - 43 
Judicial Lists - - - - 50 
Justice of Peace Court - - 50 

Officers - - 52 

Justices of the Peace - - 51 

Bro. Ferry - 795 

Carnoustie 823 

Forfarshire 51 

Monifieth - 807 

Newport - 847 

Perthshire- 52 

Tayport - 862 

Justiciary, High Court of - - 50 
Jute and Flax Warehouses - 105 

Importers' Association - 124 

Sample Warehouse - - 105 

Kingscross Hospital - - - 95 
Kinnaird Gardens ... 107 j 
Kirk Master - - - - 41 I 
Labour Representation Com'tee 121 | 
Ladies' Golf Clubs - 796, 808, 825 j 

Union - - - - 101 

Work Society - 101, 826 

Landlords' and Factors' Assoc. - 125 
Lands Valuation - - - 47 
Landward School Board - - 91 
Languages, School of - - - 89 

Laundries 697 

Laundry, Steam - - - 122 

— Broughty Ferry 122 

Lawn Tennis Association - - 110 

Clubs 109, 754, 825, 849 

Lawside Convent - - 88, 97 
Leaders of Psalmody - - - 74 
Lease Duty - - - - 54 

Legacy Duty - - - - 55 

Leng Trust 
Liberal Association 

— Women's 


Unionist Association 

Club, Lochee 

— Organization 
Library, Arthurstone terrace 


Corbet - 

Lochee - 



Licensed Grocers' Association 
Licensing Court of Appeal 
Lieutenancy Officials 
Lifeboat Institution - 
Light Keepers, River Tay - 
Linoleum and Floorcloth Co. 
Literary Association, Lochee 



-Bro'ty Ferry 797 


- 92 

- 795 
92, 754 

- 847 

- 92 













Livingstonia Mission - 

Lloyd's Surveyors 

Local Marine Board - 

Lochee Directory 

Lodges— Foresters' 112, 755, 825, 863 

Gardeners' - - 111,754 

Good Templar 115, 754, 797, 

808, 825 

Irish Natl. Foresters' - 113 

Lochee Union Weaver - 754 

Masonic 111, 754, 797, 826 

Oddfellows' - - 114, 115 

Orange - - - - 127 

Rechabites' - - 113, 755 

Shepherds' 113, 755, 809, 826 

London Missionary Society - 83 

and North Western Rail. 66 

Tonic Sol-Fa College - 119 

Longmore Hospital - - - 96 
Lord Dean of Guild - - 41, 44 

Lieutenant - - 41, 42 

Provost - - - - 41 

Lunacy Board, Dundee District 46 

Forfar District - 45 

Lunatic Asylum, Royal - - 96 
M'All Mission (Dundee Auxiliary) 83 
Magistrates and Town Council - 41 

Broughty Ferry - 794' 

Carnoustie - - 823: 


Magistrates, Monifieth 

Maltmen Incorporation 
Manual Instruction Classes 
Manufacturers' Association 
Marine Board, Local - 

Insurance Companies 

Mariners' Benevolent Society- 
Markets and Fairs 

'Mars" Training Ship Institution 
Maryfield Bowling Club 

Choral Association 

Masonic Lodges 

-Broughty Ferry - 

Carnoustie - 

— Lochee 

Matador Land and Cattle Co., Ltd, 
Meat Market Co., Ltd. 
Medical Association, British 

| Forfarshire 

- — Missionary Society 
Officer of Health - 





























jMembers of Parliament 
l|iMessengers-at-Arms - 
fjMetropole, Salvation Army 
)l;Midland Railway 

!l : Mill &Factory Operatives' Union 117 

I pills' Bequest - - - - 863 

JliMissionary Societies -. - - 83 

ijMissions 79 

I Model Building Society - - 64 

Uponifieth Directory - - - 799 

JMorgan Academy - - - 87 

1 Trust - - - - 89 

^Mortifications - - 89, 102, 826 

Mothers' Union, Carnoustie 
6 [Municipal Lists 

Voters List 


-Dudhope Park 

Musical Societies 



-Newport - 

-Tayport - 

Musicians, Society of - 

Incorporated Socty. 

Rational Bible Society 


Lifeboat Institution 
Telephone Company 

i Naturalists' Society 

[Naval Volunteer Reserve - 

.[Navigation Schools 


- 41 

- 41 

- 92 

- 92 

- 118 

- 826 

- 809 

- 849 

- 862 

- 119 
of 119 

- 119 

- 83 




New Club - 
Newport Directory 
Plan of 

- 106 

- 827 

- 832 

- 125 

Newsagents' Union - 

Newspapers and Publications - 106 

Broughty Ferry - 797 

Night Refuge, Curr - - - 100 
Nine Incorporated Trades - - 43 
North British Railway Company 65 

End Angling Club - - 108 

of Scotland Reversionary 

Co., Ltd. ... 65 
Northern American Trust Co. - 64 
Property and Rever- 
sionary Co., Ltd. - 65 
Notaries Public - - - - 53 
Nurseries, Day - 100 

Lochee - - 753 

Nursing Society, Sick Poor - 102 

Broughty Ferry 796 

— - — ■ Carnoustie - 824 

Oddfellows, Order of - - 114, 115 
Operatic Society - - - 118 

Orange Lodges - 127 

Orchestral Societies - 118, 826, 849 
Orphan Institution - - - 94 
Orphanage, Lady Jane Ogilvy - 94 

St Margaret's - - 97 

Panmure Curling Club - - 825 

Golf Club - - - 808 

Parcel Express Vans - - - 67 
Parish Church Choral Association 118 

Domestic Mission 99 

Council - - - - 44 

Auchterhouse - 45 

Balmerino - - 847 

Barry - - - 823 

Fowlis Easter - 45 

Liff and Benvie - 45 

Longforgan - 45 

Lundie - - 45 

Mains andStrath- 

martine - - 45 

Monifieth - - 795 

Monikie - - - 45 

Murroes - - 45 

Newport - - 847 

Panbride - - 823 

Tayport - - 862 

Tealing - - 45 

Parks, Public ... 37 

Parliament, Dundee - - - 107 

Members of - - 41 

Parliamentary Voters List - 41 
Peace Society ... - 126 
Perthshire County Council - 49 
; Justices of Peace - 52 

10 INDEX. 

Perthshire Sheriff Officers - -54 
Photographic Association - - 93 
Picture Gallery - - - - 92 
Pilotage and List of Pilots - 128 

Plumbers, Registration of - - 117 
Police Commission 




— Establishment 
— Surgeon - 

Poorhouse Committee 


Population of Burgh - 
Post Office .... 

Broughty Ferry 




Savings Bank - 

Tayport - 

Wormit - 

See Magistrates. 

- 42 

- 43 

- 823 

- 43 

- 43 

- 42 

- 44 

- 45 

- 135 

- 798 

- 753 

- 809 

- 849 
57, 137 

- 863 

- 850 

Postal Directory — 
Book Post, Foreign 

Inland - 

Express Delivery 
Inland Revenue Stamps - 
Insurances and Annuities 
Letter Postage — Foreign 
— — Inland - 

143, 145 

- 136 

- 138 

- 142 

- 145 
142, 145 

- 135 

Mails, Arrivals & Depar. of 146, 162 
Money Orders- - - - 141 
Newspapers, Foreign - 143, 145 

Inland - - 135 

Parcel Post, Despatches - - 161 

Foreign - 150, 152 

Inland - - 139 

Pattern Post, Foreign - 144, 145 
Pillar Letter-Boxes - - - 160 
Post Cards, Foreign - 145, 150 

Inland - - - 138 

Postal Orders - - - 142 

Union, Countries in - 149 

Prepayment of Postage - - 143 
Receiving Houses, and Hours 

of Collection ... 160 
Re-direction - 140 

Registration - - - 139, 145 
Savings Bank - - 57, 137 

Spoilt Stamps - - - 137 

Telegrams, Inland - - - 157 

Foreign - - 157 

Poultry Association, Carnoustie - 826 
Presbyterial Guild, U.F. Church 127 
Presbyteries, Meetings of - - 73 
Lists of- - - 69 

Prison Aid Society - 

Establishment - 

Gate Mission Home 

Visiting Committee 

Private Hospital for Women 
Procurators and Solicitors 
Professors of College - 
Prohibition Party 
Property and Invest. Companies - 

Conveyance Duty 

Public Buildings 

Hall Association 

Parks - 


Quarter Days and Terms - 


Quoiting Clubs - - - - 

Broughty Ferry 

Newport - 

Railway Carriers 

Companies - 

Stations - 

Reading Room - 

Lochee - 92 
Royal Exchange 
Working Men's 











713 * 






92 ; 


Rechabites, Independent Order of 113 

Recreation Grounds - 
Recruiting Office for Army, 
Refuge, Curr Night - 
Registrars of Births 

Barry - 

■ B. Ferry 



- Panbride 

37. 43 

- 124 

- 100! 

- 46 1 

- 823 

- 795 

- 753 

- 847 

- 823 

- 862 
Registration Districts - - 46 

of Voters Acts - 47 

Rescue Home, Female - - 99 
Rifle Clubs - - - 124, 85C 

River Tay Curing Co., Ltd. - 126 
Royal Alfred Seamen's Institut. 12fi 

Assocn. for Incurables - 96 

Engineers - - - 121 

Exchange Reading Room - M 

Infirmary - - - 91] 

Lunatic Asylum - - 9( 

National Lifeboat Inst. - 12J 

Naval Volunteer Reserve 12' 

Scottish Geographical Socy. 9V 

Tay Yacht Club - - 12,'j 

Victoria Hospital - - 9V, 

Rural District Directory - - 86^ 
St John Ambulance Association 9' 



fc Margaret's Old Brass Band - 
Cottage Home 
Home - 
t Mary's Best - - - - 
abbatli Forenoon Meetings 

School Teachers' Union 

ailors' Families Association 
Help Society - 
Home - - 

alvation Army - 

Metropole - 
anatorium for Consumption 
anitary Association - 

Committee - 


avings Bank - 

Broughty Ferry - 

I Carnoustie - 

- Monifieth 

Post Office - 57 

chool Board 































Balmerino - 

— — Barry - 

Broughty Ferry 


■ Fowlis Easter 

Landward - 

Lift , Benvie, and 

Invergowrie - 90 

■ Longforgan - - 90 

Lundie - - 90 

Mains and Strath- 

martine - - 91 

Monifieth - - 807 

Monikie - - 91 

■ Murroes - - 91 

Panbride - - 824 

Tayport - - 862 

Tealing - - 91 

Broughty Ferry - - 798 

Carnoustie and Barry - 824 

Civil Service - - 89 

Dundee School Board - 87 

Episcopal Church - 88 

■ Monifieth - - - 807 

Navigation - - 89 

| Newport and Balmerino 847 




Roman Catholic Church 


cottish American Trust Cos.,Ld, 

Am. Gymnastic Assoc. 

Am. Swimming Assoc. 

Anti-Vaccin. League - 

Assist. Teachers' Assoc. 





Scottish Assoc, for Irish Missions 83 

Clerks' Association - 126 

Cyclists' Union - - 110 

Furniture Manuf 's Assc. 124 

Musical Society - - 119 

National Artillery Assoc. 124 

Prohibition Party - 83 

—Property Investment Co. 64 

Twenty Club - - 124 

Seal andWhale Fishing Companies 129 
Seamen's Friend Society - - 129 

Institution, Aged - 129 

Secondary Education Committee 8^ 
Secretaries of Churches - - 74 
Select Choir - 118 

Sergeants' Mess, 1st V.B.B.H. - 124 
Session Clerk - - - - 73- 

Clerks - - - - 74 

Shepherds, Order of - - - 113 

Order of , Carnoustie - 826- 

■ Lochee - 755 

Monifieth - 809 

Sheriff Court .... 50 

Officers --- 53, 54 

Sheriffs and Sheriff -Substitutes - 50 
Shipping Agents - - - 131 

belonging to the Port - 132 

Companies - - - 129* 

Shipwrecked Fishermen Society - 129' 
Shop Assistants' Union - - 118 
Shops, Inspector of - - - 42 
Sick Hospital, Parochial - - 45 

Poor Nursing Society - - 102: 

B. Ferry - 796 

— Carnoustie 824 

Society, Indigent - - 98 

Small Debt Court - - - 50' 
Smallpox Hospital - - - 96 
Social Union .... 101 
Soldiers' Families Association - 99 

and Sailors' Help Society 99' 

Solicitors, Faculty of - - - 53 
Spinners' and Manufrs'. Assoc. 124 
Spiritualists, Society of - - 126 
Stamps and Taxes - - - 54 
Steam Laundry Co. - 122 

B. Ferry - 122 

Stirling Park Gardens - - 107 
Stobswell Angling Club - - 108 
Stock Exchange Association - 107 
Streets, Squares, &c. - - 17 

Submarine Miners - ... 123 
Subscription Library - - - 92 
Sunday Schools - - - - 77 
Swimming Clubs - 117, 754, 848 

Tariff Reform League - - 121 

Taxes, Assessor and Surveyor of 54 



Tay Ferries - - - - 68 

Vol. Div. Royal Engineers 123 

Tayport Directory - - - 851 

Plan of - - - - 856 

Teachers' (Assistant) Association 92 
Technical Education Association 91 

Institute - - - 86 

Telegraph Offices - - - 36 
Telephone Call Offices - - 121 

Company, National - 121 

Tempeiance Societies - - - 83 
Tent Mission - - - - 126 

Terms 40 

Texas Land and Cattle Co., Ld. - 65 

'Theatres 37 

Three United Trades - - - 44 
Third V.B.R.H., B.W. - - 123 
Total Abstainers' Club - - 116 

Golf Club - 825 

Town Clerk - - - - 42 

Council - - - - 41 

Mission,UnitedPresbyterian 83 

Tract Society - - - - 81 
Trades Band, Dundee - - 119 

Council, United - - 117 

Holidays - - - 40 

Societies - 116 

Benevolent Assoc. 117 

Training Ship "Mars" Institution 98 
Tramway Company - - - 68 

Broughty Ferry - 68 

Manager - - - 42 

Tramways Committee - - 42 
Travellers' Association - - 126 
Trawling Companies - - - 130 
Treasurers of Churches - - 74 
Trinity College, London - - 119 

■ — House - 129 

Twenty Club, Scottish - - 124 
Typographical Society - - 125 
U.F. Church Office-bearers' Union 82 

Presbyterial Guild 127 

U.P. Town Mission - 83 

Union Club - - - - 121 

Carnoustie - - 825 

Co., Carnoustie - 825 

Weaver Lodge, Lochee - 754 

Unionist Club, Broughty Ferry - 797 

— ■ Lochee - - 755 

Monifieth - - 809 

Newport - - 849 

United Irish League - 112 

University Club - ... 93 

College - 85 

Unlicensed Grocers' Association 117 
Valuation Assessor - - - 47 
of the Burgh - - 41 

Vegetarian Society 
Vice- Consuls for Foreign States 
Victoria Art Galleries 
Cricket Club 

Incurable Hospital 

Visiting Com. for Dundee Prison 
Volunteer Bands 


Bro'ty ■ 

: Carnoustie82 

Tayport - 86 

Voters, Registration of - - 4 

Pari, and Municipal - 4 

Waldensian Missions Society - 8! 
Wanderers Football Club - 10 

Ward Boundaries - - - 3 
Wards — Situation of Streets - 1 
Warehouses - - 10 

Wash-houses, Public 
Water Committee - - - 4 

• Engineer and Treasurer - 4 

Weights & Measures, Inspector of 4 
West End Angling Club - - 10 

Lawn Tennis Club - 10 

Western and Hawaiian Invest. Co. 6 




Whale Fishing Companies 
Whist Club, Angus - 
Whitehall Orchestral Society 
Wine and Spirit Trade Assoc. 
Women's Liberal Association 

Metropole, - 

Private Hospital - 

Temperance Union - 8 

Working Boys' Home - - 9 

Men's Coffee Rooms - 11 

Field Club - S 

Gardens - 107, It 

Wormit Directory - - - 82 

Plan of - - - - 82 

Yacht Club, Royal Tay - - 12 
Yearly Societies' Prot. Assoc. - 11 

Society, Monifieth - - 80 

Yeomanry, Fife and Forfar - 12 
Young Men's Fellowship Assoc. 82 

■ — Women's Fellowship Ass. 82 


Y.W.C.A. - 

Broughty Ferry 
Monifieth - 




Home of Rest, Edzell £ 
Lochee - - - 11 
Newport - - - 84 
Tayport - - 8( 


1905-190 6. 


nfluenced as Dundee essentially is by well-known laws which 
-egulate supply and demand, we have this year had no reason to be 
jspecially gratified with the results which are sometimes expected 
fco accrue therefrom. In commercial circles there have been no 
Abnormal spurts of business so common to various periods ; pressing 
| demands, involving activity on the part of all concerned, were con- 
spicuous by their absence ; and for orders, the magnitude of which 
brought a thrill of gratified pleasure to employer and worker alike, we 
■have had to " hark back " to other days. On the contrary, there has 
I been a reign of vacillation, so uncertain and unstable in its issues 
i that it pulsated between a partial stoppage of machinery on one hand 
land the total closing of works on the other. To some extent these 
•have been the characteristics of the jute trade all over for a consider- 
able time, but they became materially accentuated during the first 
iix months of the year. With marked determination producers hung 
pn, in spite of adverse conditions, in expectation that the forthcoming 
lute crop, anticipatory forecasts of which were infused with a 
((favourable tone, would relieve the situation. Large quantities of 
Jraw material consequently passed through hands, and a hopeful 
feeling pervaded the markets. These happy auguries eventually 
jvere not realised. From some cause, never sufficiently explained, 
bhe forecasts, which threw a rosy hue over the expectant crop, proved 
disappointing. That meant, if not disaster, at all events obvious 
limitations, and the effect of this disturbing element upon all con- 
cerns, large and small, to say the least, was acutely depressive. The 
situation, too, was rendered more tense by the enterprise of dealers 
[n Calcutta, where something like a "corner" in the raw article 
jvas initiated. As a sequence the price of jute at home went up with 
great bounds, till it reached a point which made it impossible for 
manufacturers who were not fairly bought in to produce goods without 
I sustaining loss more or less heavy. The last six months of the year, 
therefore, have been fraught with perplexity to employers, and a 
ijonsiderable measure of privation to workers. Employers generally 
ijisvere loth to stop their works as a whole, and thereby throw thousands 
i)f people idle ; preferring rather, in a discriminating way, to run 
whose sections most convenient for their immediate purposes, 
land keeping as many hands employed as possible under the 
tpircumstances, and shutting down those parts which pressed most 
,|[.ieavily upon their productive resources. This wise step deserves 
I commendation, as it averted excessive hardship amongst workpeople. 
ISTotwithstanding these drawbacks, a number of manufacturers have 
Mone fairly good business throughout the year. That is so far satis- 


factory, but these exceptional conditions were confined to the few ; 
the many, to put it plainly, have found themselves circumscribed, if 
not jeopardised, in their operations. These untoward conditions, it 
is to be feared, will prevail more or less till our jute records give 
favourable indications of a lowering figure. A useful lesson, how- 
ever, has been inculcated by these industrial episodes. It will have 
the effect of putting a bridle upon rash indulgence in the speculative 
buying and selling of raw material, and at the same time materially 
influence dealers to be careful not to count upon their eggs till they 
are fully hatched. 

Whilst the textile industry has been plodding along in a semi- 
devious course, most other professions which depend largely upon it 
have perforce had to follow in its wake. Building enterprise, which 
during recent years has transformed an old-fashioned, smoky town 
into a modern city, can only be adequately described as extremely 
sluggish. Speaking generally, building and cognate trades are no 
worse than they were a year ago, though their condition then was 
anything but encouraging. There is, however, a tendency still to 
erect tenements and villas for investment purposes. As in former 
years, this development is principally shown along the lines of the 
tramway routes, while at the various termini numerous villas and 
cottages continue to be constructed. In the Blackness and Fairmuir 
districts this is most apparent. Whilst there is no evidence of a 
building boom, the tendency is likely to be maintained in judicious 
"building for investment purposes. In the eastern Clepington district, 
along the east side of Arklay Street, a good deal of activity exists 
through the erection of tenements, provision being made for a large 
number of two- roomed houses of good class. In the same quarter a 
commencement has been made with the building of a new church 
for the managers of Clepington U.F. Church. Of private edifices 
there are none of outstanding significance, if we except the new 
•offices for the proprietors of the Dundee Courier. This fine building, 
which bears the impress of great stability, is making rapid progress, 
and from its chaste architecture it will form one of the most imposing 
Mocks in the central part of the city. The Cancer Hospital at the 
Infirmary is now about finished ; and another important work in 
progress is the erection of a Cancer Ward as a wing to Victoria 
Hospital, to defray the expense of which £5000 has been provided by 
ex-Provost Moncur. The Directors of the Royal Infirmary are also 
doing their best to keep the Infirmary abreast of the times by 
introducing many important improvements, more especially in the ; 
way of sanitation, the appliances for which are being brought] 
xip to date. The Arthurstone Library, which has been completed 
and opened, has proved an unqualified success ; but so far nothing'; 
has been done towards the provision of sites for additional District; 
Libraries. Amongst the community generally there is a feeling 
that these are not necessary, the opinion being that the wants of 
the city in this respect are sufficiently met by the resources already 
established. Through the generosity of Mr Robert Fleming, London 
— an old Dundonian — a much-needed improvement has been effected 
at University College, that gentleman at his own expense defraying 


the cost of a gymnasium and " fives " court within the ground, along 
west side of Small's Wynd. 

Dealing with the question of public works, much satisfaction has 
been expressed in connection with the proposed early commencement 
of the new tramway which is to be constructed between the Eastern 
boundary of the burgh and Monifieth. It is anticipated that this 
undertaking will be the means of developing building operations 
contiguous to the lines, and thereby connect the immediate eastern 
portion of the citj^ with Broughty Ferry. Other works of a public 
nature are under consideration. The School Board continues to 
advance in the improvement of the schools under their charge. For 
years the accommodation of Ancrum Road School has been too limited, 
and recently it was arranged that it should be almost doubled. To 
meet the requirements of the increasing population at the north- 
east end, the Board propose to erect an additional school in that 

With regard to Municipal undertakings, not much can be said. 
The Town Council perforce have been in an economic frame of mind 
during the year ; and, while the expenditure has not been anything 
like that of previous years, the works have been of some importance. 
The success which has attended all our District Public Wash-houses 
and Baths has induced the Council to proceed with other undertakings 
of a similar nature. The requirements of the other parts of the city 
having been met, it was resolved to act similarly towards the resi- 
denters of the west end. A suitable site having been secured in 
Miller's Wynd, close to the densely populated parts of Hawkhill and 
Perth Road, a commencement has been made with the new buildings, 
which will cost about £7,000. 

The Fruit and Flower Markets at Craig Street have more than 
justified the action of the Council in adding a range of handsome 
shops along the west frontage of the market, next South Union Street, 
and the provision of a number of booths within the market. 

Our Tramways continue to prosper, so much so that the accommo- 
dation at the different depots has been found inadequate. The 
Council have, therefore, resolved to extend the Central Tramway 
Depdt at Lochee Road. It is further hinted that at the same 
place the accommodation for the Electric Station is also insufficient, 
and the question of extension in that department is also under 

I Other improvements, though not numerous, but sufficiently im- 
portant in themselves, include the completion and opening up of St 
Andrew's Street, forming a fine, commodious connecting thorough- 
fare between Seagate and Cowgate ; and the opening up of thorough- 
fares between City Road and Ancrum Road, Lochee, and between 
Arklay Street and Provost Road. These two last-mentioned streets, 
as well as one which has been formed off east side of Glamis Road, 
were entered upon mainly with a view to give relief to the 
unemployed, the distress amongst the labouring class having been 
fairly acute during winter. Rapid strides are at the same time being 
made by the Public Health Department. The sanitary improvement 
of dwellings, the cleansing of areas, and the disposal of domestic 


refuse being effectively dealt with. The reclamation works at 
Esplanade Extension, which for a number of years have been under 
weigh, continue to make satisfactory progress, and several acres have 
been added during the year to the already extensive recreation 
ground on the river frontage at Magdalen Green. The north-west 
corner of Baxter Park, which adjoins Pitkerro Road and Wortley 
Place, has undergone considerable improvements, and what was 
formerly a confined corner of the Park has been opened up and 
beautified. The widening of Bellfield Lane, Hawkhill, to Blackness 
Road has been favourably considered, and it is expected that this 
old thoroughfare will soon be made suitable for heavy traffic. 

Our obituary embraces the names of a number of citizens of 
merited repute. These include the Rev. John Rankin, a devoted 
Christian and zealous adherent of the Catholic Apostolic Church, 
who, during an active, strenuous life of good work and charity, died 
at the advanced age of 93 years. Mr George Watt, Sheriff Clerk 
of Forfarshire, a man of quiet, unobtrusive habits, but of excellent 
capabilities, a sound lawyer, and versatile man of business, died at 
Broughty Ferry on the 10th May 1904. Another man of outstanding 
merit passed away on the 11th May in the person of Mr William 
Alexander, City Architect. Mr Alexander, who was the eldest son 
of Mr Charles Alexander, a former proprietor of the Courier and 
Argus, was one of the most noted public officials of his day. The 
whole of the work belonging to ancient royalty of the Burgh was 
carried on under his supervision, and he also acted as architect to 
the successive Boards of Liff and Benvie, the Combination Parochial 
Board, and Parish Council. Mr James Berry, who expired on 15th 
May at Newport, was a well-known personality. Apart from his 
popularity in commercial circles, he was one of the best known 
members of the Masonic order in Forfarshire, in which body he held 
several high offices, the duties of each being discharged with an 
ability which met with the sincere approval of his brethren. A man 
of more than ordinary note in the person of Mr John Ronald departed 
on the 4th June. Mr Ronald, who was a native of St Andrews, was 
keeper of the Kinnaird Hall for close on thirty years. The probity 
of his character and the geniality of his disposition made him a 
favourite with all classes. Amongst the list who have gone before 
are Mr John More Smieton, a cultured gentleman and a composer of 
considerable ability ; Mr George Petrie, a well-known antiquarian, and 
publisher of Lamb's monumental work, "Dundee: Its Quaint and 
Historic Buildings " ; Rev. Dr A. B. Connel, the esteemed minister 
of Lochee West CJ.F. Church ; Mr John F. White, LL.D., a man of 
splendid parts, a shrewd merchant, and a literateur of no mean 
capacity ; Mr Peter Fleming, emigration agent ; Mr Peter Proud- 
foot, one of the pioneers of our postal system in Dundee ; and Mr 
James Lamb, the last surviving son of the well-known founder of the 
Lamb family in the city. 

Dundee, 2nd June 1905. 

( 17 ) 

The italic letters at beginning of line denote the position of the street on Map, and num- 
bers at end denote Parliamentary and Municipal Ward in which each street is situated. 

D d Abbotsford place, 74 Peddie st. 9 
f£ c Abercorn street, Dalkeith road to 
Old Craigie road 4 

Abercromby pi. ,151, 153 Lochee rd 
C d Aberlemno terrace, 348 Perth rd. 2 

Adam pi. , 208, 210 Strathmtn. rd. 7 

E c Adelaide pi., east of Adelaide ter. 7 
E c Adelaide terrace, N. of and parallel 
to Albany terrace 7 

Af ton place, Baxter Park ter. 4 
E e Airlie place, 7 Perth road 9 

D e Airlie terrace, top of Airlie pi. 9 
E c Albany ter., N. of Panmure ter 
D c Albany terrace, W., Albany ter- 
race to Inverary terrace 
Albert court, 37 Nethergate 
E d Albert square, part of Meadowside 
between Reform street and Pan 
mure street 6 

G d Albert st., continuation of Princes 

G b Albert st., St Ann st.,L'hee, toW.3 
Albion passage, 161 Overgate 6 
Albyn villas, 32 Forfar road 
Alexander's close, 120 Overgate 
Alexander place, 9 and 11 Ogilvie 
street and 1 Malcolm street 5 

F c Alexander st., 27 N. "Wellington 

street to E. 5 

Alexandra terrace, 330 Perth rd. 2 

Alexandria bids. ,42S'thmartinerd 

Alfred place, 2 Liff road, Lochee 3 

F d Allan street, 157 Seagate to East 

Dock street 1 

Allister place, 160 Albert street 4 

D d Anchor In, 48 Henderson's W. wd, 
Ancrumpl., 122Logiest., Lochee 3 

G c Ancrum road, Lochee 3, 8 

G d Anderson st., off Glenagnes road 8 
Anderson's entry, 172 Hawkhill 9 
Anderson'slane, Southrd. ,Lochee3 
Anderson pi. ,15 William st, Foreb'k 
Angus pi., 19 Liff road, Lochee 3 
Angus st. , 39 Liff road, Lochee 3 

F d Ann street, 113 Hilltown to Cot- 
ton road 4, 5, 6 
Anna place, 331 Loons road 
Annan terrace, 19 Wellington st.4 

D d Annfield road, 213 Hawkhill to 
164 Blackness road 

D d Annfield row, 82 Annfield road 


D d Annfield street, 92 Annfield rd. 9 
H c Anstruther road, Pitkerro road to 
Haddon road 4 

H d Arbroath rd., top Princes st. to E. 1,4 
F d Arcade buildings, 6 King street, 4 
King's rd., and 93 Victoria rd. 6 
Archibald's lane, Liff rd., Lochee 3 
Arctic place, 79 Arbroath road 1 
Ardblair place, 186 Lochee road 8 
Ardle ter., 10, 12 Brown Const. st. 4 
Argyle place, 15 Thomson street 2 
Argyle place, 187 Overgate 
G c Argyle street, 42 Forfar road to 
Mains loan and Clepington road 5 
F c Arklay street, from Dens road to 
Clepington road 5 

B d Arnhall gardens, off Faringtonst. 9 
Arnot place, 9 Park avenue 4 

Arnot place, 8 to 10 Blinshall st. 8 
E d Arthur st., top of Dallfield walk 6 
Arthurstone terrace, Erskine street 
to Albert street 4 

Artillery lane, 38 S. Tay street 2 
D d Ash lane, 104 Lochee road 8 

D d Ash st. , Smellie's lane to Hop st. 8 
Ashgrove place, 7 to 11 Arklay st. 
Athole pi., 4 and 6 Cleghorn st. 8 
Athollbank, 159 Strathmartine rd. 
G c Athole terrace, Forfar road 5 

Avondale place, 30 to 34 James st.5 
E 6 Back st. , Byron st. to 341 Loons rd. 7 
G d Baffin street, from 85 Arbroath 
road to Watson street 1 

G d Baffin st. (South), 134 Ferry road 
to Watson street 1 

F d Bain sq. ,12 Cowgate& 5 Wellgate 6 
Balbirnie ter., 121 Victoria rd. 4 
D d Balfour street, 96 Hawkhill 9 

C d Balgay avenue, 273 Blackness rd. 8 
G c Balgay road, Scott street to Black- 
ness road 8 
Balgay street, Lochee, South Mid 
street to Marshall street 3 
G c Balgay ter. , 70 Logie st. , Lochee 3 
Balgayview, 14 Wilkie's lane 9 
Balgray road, 183 Clepington rd. 5 
F 6 Balgray street, Old Clamis road 
to Graham street 5, 7 
Ballairdie place, 37 to 45 Benvie rd* 


Balledgar ter. , 28 High st., Lochee 3 

Balmoral pl.,199Strathmartine rd. 

Balmore place, 3 Balmore street 
and 142 Albert street 4 

Balmore st., Albert st. to Dura st. 4 
F d Baltic buildings, W.endBalticst. 6 
E d Baltic chambers, 9 Bell street 6 
F d Baltic st. , 36 Wellgate to Meadow- 


E d Bank street, 36 Reform street to 
Barrack street 6j 

C b Bank st., off High st., Lochee 3 
E d Barrack road, continuation of Dud- 
hope street to Dudhope terrace 7 
E d Barrack st. , 59 Overgate to N. 6 
Barron's court,10 Johnston's lane 2 
Baxter's court, 45 Cowgate 2 

Baxter Park pi. , 25 Park avenue 4 
G c Baxter Park terrace, Pitkerro 
road to Shiell street and S. 4 
D d Baxter street, 13 City road 8 

Beaconsfield pi., 104 Victoria rd. 4 
B d Beechwood ter., Westpark rd. 9 
E d Bell street, 13 Constitution road to 
Baltic street 6 

E d Bell street (West), 13 Constitution 
road west to Lochee road 6 

Bell street, 19 Liff rd. , Lochee 3 
E d Bell St. lane, 15 Constitution rd. 6 
Bell's close, 44 King street 4 

Bellard place, 36 Benvie road 8 
D e Bellefield ave., 47 Magdalen green 
to Seafield road 2 

Belle vue pi., 156 Strathmrtn. rd. 7 
Bellevue terrace, Blackness road, 
at top of Blackness avenue 9 
Bellfield lane, 167 Hawkhill 9 
Bellfield place, 341 Loons road 7 
D d Bellfield street, 128 Blackness road 
to Bellfield lane 9 

Belmont pi. , 1 12 to 134 Hawkhill 9 
Benevento, 25, 26 Baxter Park ter. 
D d Benvie rd., Fyffe st. to Pitfour st. 8 
Benvie place, 35 High st., Lochee 3 
Benygloe, Tulloch crescent 6 

D d Bernard street, 180 Hawkhill 9 
H c Bingham ter., Dalkeith rd. to Old 
Craigie road 4 

F b Birch st., Clepington rd. to N. 5 
D c Black st., Lochee rd. to Benvie rd. 8 
Blackheath place, 203 Hawkhill 9 
C d Blackness avenue, west end of 
Hawkhill to 314 Blackness road 9 
Blackness bldgs., 3 Urquhart st. 9 
C d Blackness cres., 227 Perth road 9 
Blackness pi. ,45-51 Blackness rd. 8 


D d Blackness rd. , 68 Sco'burn to W. 8, 9 

D d Blackness st., 190 Blackness rd. 9 

C d Blackness ter. , 235-245 Perth rd. 9 

F d Blackscrof t, continuation of Sea- 
gate from St Roque's lane to E. 1 

E d Blinshall street, 47 Scouringburn 

to Lochee road 8 

Blyth place, 5 City road 8 

D d Blyth street, 3 City road to 

Fleuchar street 8 

Blythswood pi. , 121-129 Perth rd. 9 

F d Bonnybank road, 90 Victoria road 
to Ann street 4 

Boyack's close, 93 Overgate 6 

Braemar place, 114 to 118 Arklay 
st. and 70 to 78 Clepington rd. 5 
Breadalbane place, 63 Lochee rd. 8 
Breadalbane ter., 57-59 Lochee rd. 8 
Brewery lane, 1 Polepark road 8 

B d Briarwood ter. , off Westpark rd. 9 
Brighton place, 18 Rosebank rd. 6 
Broad close, 228 Overgate 

F d Brompton place, 121 Hawkhill 9 
Brough's buildings, 37-40 Dock st. 1 

Fd Brown Constable st., from Cres- 
cent street to Dura street 4 

E d Brown street, 37 Westport to 
Lochee road 8 

Brown st., off High st., Lochee 3 
Brown's lane, 30 Session street 

E c Bruce st.,73Hospitalwd.toByronst. 

Bruce's entry, 4 Wellgate 6 

Buchan street, Dens road to Brown 

Constable street 4 

F c Buchanan st. , off Ogilvie street 5 

G c Buckingham terrace, Mary field 5 

B d Burnaby street, Esplanade road to 
Eildon street 2 

Burnside st. , off High st., Lochee 3 
Butchart's close, 174 Seagate 

E c Butterburn, top of Hilltown 7 
Butter's loan, W. end of Liff rd. 3 

E c Byron st. , Derby st. to Leng st. 7 
Cabel's close, 39 Wellgate 

F d Calcutta buildings, 16 to 30 Com- 
mercial street 1 

F c Caldrum st. ,28 N. George N. 5 
Calender close, 174 Overgate 
Calder place, 233 Hilltown 
Calder's square, 223 Hilltown 
Caledonia pi., lOand 12 Gardner st. 
Camden place, 71 Perth road 9 
Cameron's close, 28 Murraygate 

D c Campbell st. , off Union pi. ,Lochee3 
Campbell's close, 76 High street 6 
Campbeltown pi., 271-283 H'khill 9 

Camperdown court, 22 Barrack st.6 
F d Camperdown street, N. side Vic- 
toria dock 1 
G d Camperdown st., E., Camperdown 
dock to E. 1 
| 6 Camperdown st., from Burnside 
st. to Brown st., Lochee 3 
Candle close, 214 Overgate 
F d Candle lane, 81 Seagate to 63 Dock 
street 1 
Canmore ter, Gibb's lane, Locliee 3 
E c Canning st. , from 93 Strathmartine 
road eastward to Moncur cres. 7 
Q c Cardean street, 133 Albert street 
to Morgan street 4 
E c Carmichaelstreet,44 Hospital wd. 7 
Carolina port, E. Camperdown st. 
Carseburn place, 175 Hawkhill 
Castle chambers, 26 Castle street 2 
Castle court, 27 Castle street 2 
Castle lane, from Castle court to 
Greenmarket 2 
F e Castle st.,1 High st. to Shore ter. 1,2 
G c Castle terrace, 73 Clepington road 
to Lammerton terrace 5 
Castlehill, top of Seagate 1 
Castlehill buildings, 27 to 37 Com- 
mercial street 1 
G c Catherine st. , from Eliza st. to W. 5 
Cecil place, 11 Strathmartine rd. 7 
Cedar pi., 155 South road, Lochee 
G cChalmers street, Madeira street to 
Walrond street 5 
Chapel street, 9 Albert square 6 
Chapelshade, a district N. of Bell 
street to Dudhope street 6 
F d Charles street, 51 Wellgate 6 

Charlotte place, 12 Rose street 
D d Cherryfield lane, 125 Blackness rd. 
to Walton street 8 

Church lane, 2Tally High st.2 
G d Church street, 112 Princes st. 4 
F c Church street, North, from St 
Salvador street to Main street 5 
G b Church st., N., South rd., Lochee 3 
Church st. , S., South rd., Lochee 3 
City chambers, 14| High street 
D c City road, continuation of Miln- 
bank road to Lochee 3, 8 

Clanchattan place, 15 Tait's lane 
Clarendon pi. ,105 Strathmrtn. rd.7 
G d Clarendon ter., 245-281 Perth rd. 9 
F c Clark st., 38 James st. to Hillt'n 5 
D c Cleghorn street, from 17 City 
road to Lochee road 
Clepington feus, top of Maxwellt'n 


Clepington road, Pitkerro road to 
Coupar Angus road 3, 5, 7 

Clepington ter., 16-20 Caldrum st. 
F cClepingtonst.,Dundonaldst.toN.5 
Clifton place, 2 Paradise road 6 
Clinton place, 13 Albert street 4 
G c Clive street, Argyle street to 
Clepington road 5 

Cluny pi. , 157 Strathmartine rd. 7 
Cluny ph, 45, 47, 49 Erskine st. 5 
Ed Cochrane street, 37 Locliee road 7 
E b Coldside, W. of Strathmartine rd. 7 
Coldside road, Hospital street to 
Strathmartine road 
Collingwood pi., 187 Victoria rd. 4 
Commercial bldgs. , 1 — 5 Seagate 
and 41 — 49 Commercial street 1 
Commercial court, 5 and 37 Com- 
mercial street 1 
F d Commercial st., 15 Albert square 
to 40 Dock street 1, 6 
F c Commercialst., Max. ,41 James st. 5 
F d Constable street, from St Roque's 
lane to Wallace street 1 
E d Constitutionrd.,Barrackst.toN.6,7 
E c Constitution st. , from top of Con- 
stitution rd. to Rosebank st. 6, 7 
E c Constitution st., N., Upper Con- 
stitution st. to Hospital wynd 7 
E c Constitution st., Upper, continu- 
ation of Constitution rd. to N. 7 
E d Constitution ter. , top Const'n rd. 6 

Corn court, 169 Seagate 
D d Corso street, 54 Peddie street 9 
Cottage pi. ,134 to 140 Ferry road 1 
d Cotton road, from junction of Vic- 
toria rd. and Dens rd. to N. 4 
O a Coupar Angus road, High street, 
Lochee, to N. 3 

G c Coupar st. , Logie st. to Loons rd. 3 
Coupar's alley, 12 Wellgate 6 

F c Court st., Dundonald st. to N. 5 
E d Courthouse square, square front- 
ing Courthouse, W. Bell street 6 
E e Couttie's wynd, 38 Nethergate 2 
F c Cowan street, Dens road to Brown 
Constable street 4 

F d Cowgate, 85 Murraygate to E. 1, 6 
Craig buildings, Craig street 2 
Craig's buildings, 181-187 Strath- 
martine road 7 
Craig court, 7 Craig street 
E e Craig pier, landing place of Tay 
ferries, S. end of S Union st. 2 
E e Craig street, 29 West Dock street 
to Craig pier 2 



Craigard pi., 40 to 44 Scott st. 8 

Craighall cres. , 32 to 48 Albert st. 4 

G c Craigiebank place, Pitkerro road 5 

O c Craigiebank terrace, Pitkerro road, 

opposite Baxter park 5 

Craigie place, 22 Catherine street 5 

G d Craigie st., 73 Albert st. to E. 4 

H d Craigie ter. , 208 to 228 Ferry rd. 1 

Craigiedlm pi., 33-49 Lyon street, 

and 19 Brown Constable street 4 

Craigowl place, 1 Hawkhlll 2 

Craigrossie place, 23 Benvie road 

Crescent lane, 18 Princes street 4 

F d Crescent street, 8 Princes street to 

Victoria street 4 

E e Cricbton street, 24 High street to 

Greenmarket 2 

Crichton's close, 39 Overgate 

Crimond place, 13 Pitkerro road 

Cross row, Small's wd. to Park wd. 

F d Cunningham street, Lyon street to 

Buchan street 4 

F e Customhouse buildings, E. side of 

King William dock 1 

Daisybank, 107 Strathmartine rd. 

i?c? Dalgleish road, Broughty Perry 

road to Arbroath road 1 

Dalhousie place, 61 Lochee road 8 

G d Dalhousie ter., top of Windsor st. 2 

E d Dallfield terrace, 22 Dudhope st. 6 

E d Dallfield walk, 44 Dudhope st. 6 

H d Dalkeith road, Arbroath road to 

Pitkerro road 4 

Dalmeny place, 18 Park avenue 4 

Dalmeny place, 9, 11 Rosebery st. 

D d Daniel street, 138 Scouringburn to 

Blackness road 8 

D d Danube st. , Gowrie Corsost. 9 

Davidson's court, 67 Seagate 

Davidson place, 45 Peddie street 

Deerhorn close, 30 Hilltown 

Dempster pi., 35-39 Dundonaldst. 

Dempster street, from Daniel st. 

to William st. , Scouringburn 8 

Dempster's court, 94 Scouringburn 

H c Dennison road, Rennell road to Old 

Craigie road 4 

F d Dens brae, 100 King street to 195 

Victoria road 4 

F c Densrd.,E.endVictoriard.toN.4,5 

F d Dens st., 9 Princes st. toBl'kscroftl 

E c Derby street, from 9 Hill st. to N. 1 

F e Dock street, from South Union st. 

to foot of Trades lane 1, 2 

F d Dock street, East, from foot of 

Trades lane to E. 1 

F e Dock street, W., 6 Dock street to 
Protection wall 2 

Doig's court, 33 Castle street 
Doig's court, 165 Scouringburn 
Doig's entry, 164 Overgate 
Doig's ter., 190 and 192 Lochee rd. 8 
E c Don's road, 15 Rosebank road to 
Constitution street 6 

Donald's lane, W. end of Lochee 3 
B b Donald st. , South road, Lochee 3 
Donald's pi. , 85 South rd., Lochee 
Douglas place, 25 Benvie road 8 
E d Douglas street, from Dudhope 
crescent to Lower Pleasance 8 
E c Douglas ter. , contin.Panmure ter. 7 
Dron's close, 201 Overgate 
E d Dudhope Crescent road, from Con- 
stitution road to Lochee road 6,7 
Dudhope place, W. end of Dud- 
hope street, N. side 6 
E d Dudhope st., 6 Hilltown to W. 6 
E c Dudhope ter. , W. Somerville pi. 7 
G c Duff st. ,Argylest.toClepingt'nrd.5 
Duff terrace, 44 Main street 
Duncan's buildings, 15 Paterson st. 
Duncan's close, 106 Hawkhill 
Duncan's close, 29 Hilltown 
Duncan's terrace, 176 Lochee rd. 8 
Dundonald bldgs. , Dundonald st. 
F c Dundonald street, Arklay street 
to Stobswell road 5 
Dunsinane place, 8 Brown Con- 
stable street and 53 Lyon st., 4 
F c Dura st. , Dens rd. to Forfar rd. 4, 5 
F d Eadie's road, 70 Victoria road 6 
C b Earl st., Coupar Angus rd. to W., 
Lochee 3 
Earnbankpl., 351 Clepington rd. 7 
Easson jjlace, 14 Cotton road 
Eassondene pi., 25-29 Cleghorn st. 
Easson's angle, 31 Milnbank rd. 8 
East Dock buildings, 65 Trades lane 
G b Eastwood place, 107 to 109 Clep- 
ington road 5 
Eastwood ter., 105 Clepington rd. 
G d Eden street, 97 Arbroath road to 
Watson street 1 
Edengrove, 99 to 103 Arbroath rd.l 
Edward jDlace, 34 Benvie road 8 
D e? Edward street, West end Scouring- 
burn to 121 Blackness road 8 
Egyptian terrace, 46 Watson st. 1 
B d Eildon street, Perth road to South, 
at Ninewells 2 
Elder's lane, South road, Lochee 3 


G c Eliza street, 76 Dura street 5 

Elizabeth place, 129 Hawkhill 9 
Elizabeth place, 26 Forfar road 
F c Elizabeth street, 52 Ann street 5 
Ellagrove pi. ,345 to 349 Clepington 
road 7 

Ellangowan, 95, 97 Arbroath rd. 1 
Ellen place, 1 to 31 Lyon street 4 
F d Ellen st. , 8 S. George st. toAnn st. 4 
F c Ellen st. , N. , contin. EUenst.toN.5 
Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 9 

Elm place, 87 and 89 Albert street 
Elmbank, 57 and 59 Provost rd. 5 
Elmbank buildings, 323-327 Clep- 
ington road 
Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 6 

Els wick place, 180 Lochee road 8 
Elton pi., 7 to 9 Baxter Park ter. 4 
Erin pi., 128 Logie st., Lochee 3 
Errol pi. , 14Balmor e s t. &45Dura st. 
Errol place, Bell street, Lochee, 3 
Errol street, Bell street, Lochee 3 
Errol terrace, 90-94 Victoria road 4 
Errol terrace, Errol street, Lochee 3 
Errolbank, 2 and 4 Nelson street 4 
Erskine place, 26 Dura street 5 
G d Erskine street, 37 Victoria street 
to Dura street 4 

G c Erskine street, N., 28 Dura street 
to Dundonald street 5 

G c Erskine ter., 61-93 Clep'gton rd. 5 
F e Eskst.,Arklayst.toSandemanst. 5 
F c Esk street, N. Isla st. to Neish st. 5 
E e Esplanade, from Craig pier W. to 
Ninewells, fronting River 2 

Esplanade bklgs., corner Craig st 
Esplanade road, Perth road to 
Ninewells junction 
Estcourt pi. , 123 Blackness rd. 8 
E d Euclid cres., top Reform st. to Bell 
st. by both sides High School 6 
E d Euclid street, E. side of Constitu- 
tion rd. , opposite AYard Chapel 6 
F e Exchange street, 50 Castle street 

to Commercial street 

F c Fairbairn street, Arklay street to 

Provost road 7 

Fairfield cottages, 329 and 339 

Clepington road 

Fairfield road, Strathmartine road 

to Old Glamis road 

F b Fairfield street, Fairmuir street to 

Old Glamis road 

Fairley pi. , 243-257 Clep'gton rd. 7 

F b Fairmuir road, Old Glamis road to 

Fairmuir street 


Fairmuir st., 321 Clep'gton rd. toN. 
Fairport pl.,22Strathmartine rd. 7 
Falcon place, 2 "Wllkie's lane 
Falconhurst ter., Hyndford st. 9 
B d Farington cres., Farington ter. to 
Farington street 9 

B d Farington street, Perth road to 
Sime's alley 9 

B d Farington terrace, Perth road to 
Farington crescent 9 

Fearnbank, 331-333 Clepington rd. 
Fergusliepl., 193 Strathmrtn. rd. 7 
Ferguson's close, 184 Seagate 
Fergusson place, 24 Baxter street 
G d Ferry rd., contin. BlackscrofttoE.l 
E c Fingask street, Adelaide place to 
Hospital wynd 7 

Fintry feus, top of Provost road 
Firbank,138 and 140 Lochee road 8 
F e Fishmarket, Craig street 2 

D d Fleuchar st. , west end of Fyffe st. 8 
Flight's lane, 100 High st., Lochee 
Forbes place, 49-53 Hospital wynd 
D d Ford's lane, 306 Hawkhill to 163 
Perth road 9 

Ford's terrace, 54 to 60 Main st. 
F d Forebank road, 86 Victoria rd. to 
Ann street 4, 6 

Forebank terrace, 22 Forebank rd.6 
G c Forfar rd. , contin. Albert st. to N. 5 
D d Forest Park road, 147 Blackness 
road to 24 Milnbank road 8 

E d Forester street, Rattray street to 
Nicoll street 7 

C d Fort street, Perth road to Rich- 
mond terrace 2 
F d Foundry lane, E. end of Seagate 1 
E b Francis street, Strathmartine road 
to Quarry road 7 
D c Fullarton street, Campbell street 
to Loons road, Lochee 3 
Franklin court, 74 Cowgate 
Franklin place, 76 Cowgate 
D d Fyffe street, 66 Polepark road 8 
Fyffe's lane, South road, Lochee 3 
Gall's close, 124 Overgate 
Gardiner's entry, 3 Westport 
D c Gardner street, from top of 
Rankine street to Loons road 3 
Gardner's In. , 57 Upper pleasance 8 
Garfield place, 53 Hawkhill 9 
E d Garland place, 22 and 24 Constitu- 
tion road, and 2 to 14 Barrack rd.7 
Garlogie place, 5, 7 Bonnybankrd. 
F d Gellatly st. , 51 Dock st. to Seagate 1 
F c George st. , N. , 199 Hilltown to E. 5 


F d George street, S., 15 Nelson st. 

to 22 William street 

George street, 93 Liff rcl., Lochee 3 

Gibb's lane, 40 High st., Lochee 

G c Gibson terrace, 41 Mains loan 

Gilmour pi. , 9& 11 Bonny bank rd. 4 
Gladstone pi, 32DndhopeCres. rd 
Gladstone place, 44 Provost road 
Gladstone terrace, 166 Perth rd. 2 

B d Glamisroad, Perth rd. to Northern 
Balgay approach 8, 9 

F c Glamis street, 16 St Salvador 

street to Main street 5 

Glebe place, 34 to 60 Lilybank rd, 

and 1 to 5 Glebe street 1 

G d Glebe street, 32 Lilybank road to 
Ferry road 1 

D d Glenagnes road, from 205 Black 
ness road to Scott street 8 

Glenburn pi. ,1.11 Strathmrtn. rd. 7 
Glencarse terrace, 4 Wilkie's lane 
Glenlivet place, 98 Blackscroft ] 
Glenmorag pi., 242 Clepingtonrd 
Globe buildings, 11 Murraygate 1 
Gordon place, 194 Blackness road 
Gordon st. , Logie st. to Union pi. 3 
Gordon terrace, Arklay street 
Gowanbank, 166 Lochee road 
Gowanbank, 58 Provost road 
Gowan's court, 21 North Tay 
street and 225 Overgate 

D d Gowrie place, 285 Hawkhill 

D d Gowrie street, off Blackness ave. 9 

G d Graham place, 171 Princes street 1 
Graham st., 183Clep'tonrd. toN. 5 
Grant place, 42 Westport 
Granville place, 88 Hawkhill 

B b Grayst.,Liffrd.toSouthrd.,L'hee3 
Gray's close, 71 High street 
Gray's lane, 31 High st. , Lochee 3 
Gray's square, 143 Rosebank street 

D e Greenfield place, 156 Perth road 

to 17 Magdalen Yard road 2 

Greenlaw pi., 195-201 Clep'gtonrd 

E e Greenmarket, foot Crichton st. 2 
Greenside place, 40 Provost road 
Grieve's terrace, 164 Lochee road 8 
Grimond place, 20 Isla street 

C d Grosvenor road, Perth road to 
Pockfield crescent 9 

C d Grosvenor terrace, 289 Perth rd. 9 
Grove place, 185^ Perth road 9 

G d Grove street, foot of Springhill 1 

D c Grove terrace, Loons road to 
Campbell street 3 

Guild place, 333 Loons road 


Guillan's close, 43 Overgate 
Gunn's close, 150 Overgate 
Guthrie pi., top of Guthrie st. 
E d Guthrie street, from top of N 
Tay street W. to Scouringburn 8 
H c Haddon road, Dalkeith road to ! 

Rennell road 4 

D b Harefield road, from Loons road 

to Tofthill, Lochee 3 

G c Harriet street, 42 Dura street 5 

Hasting'spl. , 103 Str'thmartine rd. 

Haveloek place, 247 Hawkhill, and 

2 to 6 Peddie street 9 

D d Hawkhill,Westp'tW.toPerthrd.9 

D e Hawkhill place, 17 Perth road 9 

Hawthorn place, 152 Lochee road 

A c Hazel drive, off Blackness road 9 

Hazel's close, 31 Nethergate 

E d Hean's lane, 24 Small's wynd 2 

Hedge road, 14 Dudhope street 6 

Henderson place, 33 Peddie st. 9 

E d Henderson's wynd, E. ,15 W'port 8 

E d Henderson's wynd, W., West end of 

Guthrie street to Douglas st. 8 

D e Hermonhill, 21 to 27 Perth road 9 

D e Hermonhill terrace, 27 Perth rd. 9 

Heron's lane, South road, Lochee 3 

E High st., the principal street or 

square in centre of town 1, 2, 6 

C b High street, Lochee, Liff road to 

Bridge, Lochee station 3 

E c Hill street, 36 Strathmartine rd. 7 

F c Hillbank, a district E. of Jamaica 

street to Dens road 5 

Hillbrae, 138 Hilltown 

F c Hillbank road, from top of Cotton 

road to Dens road 4, 5 

C d Hillcrest road, Blackness avenue 

to Marchfield road 

Hillside avenue, 19 to 33 Scott st. 8 

F d Hilltown (or Bonnethill), top of 

Wellgate to N. _ 5, 6, 7 

Hillview, 161 Strathmartine rd. 7 

Hillview, 32 Gardner street and 

32 and 34 Campbell street 

D d Honey's road, 217 Blackness road 8 

D d Hop street, 116 Lochee road 8 

F d Horse wynd, 41 Murraygate to 72 

Seagate 1 

E d Horsewaterwynd,81Scouringb'n 8 

Hospital park, N. of Hospital wd. 

E b Hospital street, Clepington road 

to 302 Loons road 3, 7 

E c Hospital wynd, 290 Hilltown 7 

E d Hunter street, 50 Scouringburn 

to 43 Hawkhill 2, 9 




d Hyndford street, 245 Perth road 
to Blackness road 9 

Hyndford terrace, Hyndford st. 9 
d Idvies street, 91 Victoria road 6 
Imperial buildings, 32 Seagate 1 
d India buildings, 86 Bell street and 
2 and 4 Victoria road 6 

Inglewood terrace, 5 Stirling st. 7 
Innes place, 89 Strathmartine rd. 7 
Inverary pi., 4 and 6 Gardner st. 
c Inverary terrace, continuation of 
Albany terrace to TV. 3, 7, 8 

Inverbraan pi., 23 & 25 Morgan st. 
Invercauld place, 153 Perth road 9 
9 c Inverlaw place, Dudhope terrace 
to "West Albany terrace 7, 8 

Invermay place, 2 Balmore st. 4 
Invertay pi., 54 & 56 Provost rd. 5 
Ireland's court, 94 Scouringburn 
E d Ireland's lane, 24 Bell street 
Irvine's square, 38 Bell street 
| c Isla st. , from Main st. to Dens rd. 5 
c Isla st. , N. , contin. of Isla st. to N 

Isles' lane, 115 Hawkhill 
c Jamaica street, 90 Ann street 5 
James place, 13 Benvie road 8 
c James street, 26 Ann street 5 

c Janefield place, 26 Forfar road 5 
| d John st., 12 Dudhope Cres. rd. 
Johnston's close, 258 Hawkhill 
Johnston's lane, 2 Scouringburn 
| d Johnston st.,top of N.Lindsayst. 6 
Kay's entry, 48 Overgate 
Keithbank, 111 & 113 Arbroath rd 
Keithbank place, 1 Thornbank st 
Kelvin place, 53 Erskine street and 
9 to 13 Dura street 
9 d Kemback street, 54 Arbroath road 
to M'Gill street 
Kenmore place, 339 Loons road 
Kerr's lane, Lochee 3 

F c Kidd st., 3 North William st. 5 
Kilberry street, Lawside road to 
Union place, Lochee 2 

Kilberry terrace, Kilberry street 
Kilgour's pend, 2 Blinshall street 
Killac place, 182 Lochee road 
Kilmaron ter., Brown Constable 

street to Erskine street 
Kimberley buildings, 38 White- 
hall street 
Z> d Kincardine street, 46 Blackness 

road to 97 Hawkhill 
F d King street, from Cowgate to 
Princes street 1, 4, 6 

King Street court, 12 King street 


D b King's Cross road, 8 Loons road, 

Lochee, to north 3 

F d King's road, 18 King street 4, 6 

Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 9 

E c Kinloch street, 108 Bosebank 

street to Carmichael street 7 

E c Kinnaird street, 20 Hospital wd. 7 

Kinordy place, 3 Tannadice st. 

Kintore place, 61 Watson street 1 

Kirk entry, 21 Wellgate 6 

Kirkcaldy's court, 49 Dock street 

Laburn st. , 50 Dudhope Cres. rd. 

Laburnum pi., 18 and 20 Benvie 

road and 31, 33 Cleghorn street 8 

Laburnum place, 63 Victoria street 

Ladysmith place, 41 Step row 2 

Lady well place, foot of Hilltown 6 

F c Laing street, 57 Cotton road 4 

Lamb's court, 16 Crescent lane 

Lamb's lane, 124 Victoria road 4 

G c Lammerton terrace, Forfar road 

to Mains loan 5 

Langlands street, 128 Albert st. 4 

Lansdowne pi. , 3 Constitution rd. 6 

D d Larch street, 140 Scouringburn 8 

E d Laurelbank, Constitution road 6 

Lauristonpl., 47,47a Hospital wd. 

Law st., Dudhope ter. to the N. 7 

D d Lawrence street, 13 Milnbank rd. 8 

D c Lawside road, West Albany ter. 

to Loons road 3, 7 

E c Lawson place, 23 Constitution st. 7 

Lawview pi. , 39 to 67 Derby st. 7 

Leighton street, Blackness ave. 9 

E c Leng street, 67 Hill street to N. 7 

G d Levenst.,Blacknessrd.toScottst.8 

Leonard place, 61 Provost road 5 

C b Liff road, from Coupar Angus rd., 

Lochee, to W. 3 

G d Lily bank road, 47 Arbroath road 

to Ferry road 1 

E c Lincoln st., Leng st. to Derby st. 7 

Linden pi., 362 and 364 Loons rd. 

E d Lindsay street, N., 115 Overgate 

to Ward road 6 

E e Lindsay street, S., 23 Nethergate 

to 106 Overgate 2 

Lindsay's close, 32 Scouringburn 

Lintrathen gardens, W. Cleping- 

ton road 

E a Lintrathen pi. ,W. Clepingtonrd. 3 

E b Lintrathen street, Lintrathen pi. 

to Soutar street 3 

Lithgow's court, 47 Yeaman shore 

Lisden place, 3 Watt street 

E d Little John st., John st. to West 7 



Livingstone place, 85 Lochee rd. 8 

Locli Moy pi. , Baxter Park ter. 4 

Loch Tay pi., Baxter Park ter. 4 

D c Lochee road, from top of N. Tay 

st. to Logie st., Lochee 3, 6, 7, 8 

D c Logie st. , Lochee, Union pi. to 

Bridge, Lochee station 3 

Logiebank, Rankine street 3 

Logiebank, 1 42 and 144 Lochee rd. 8 

Lomond pi., 29, 31 Dundonald st. 5 

Lomond terrace, 2 Tullideph road 

E e Long wynd, 75 Nethergate to 194 

Overgate 2 

E c Longair street, M'Kinnon street 

to Hospital wynd 7 

D b Loons road, 150 Strathmartine 

road to Logie street, Lochee 3, 7 

E b Lorimer street, 309 Loons road 7 

Lome place, 30 Benvie road 

G c Lome terrace, Forfar road 5 

Lowden's alley, 157 Hawkhill 9 

Lowden's court, 36 Arbroath road 

Lumsden's entry, 27 Westport 

G c Lynnewood pi., 2 Madeira st. 5 

Lyon pi. ,14 Lyon st. & 13 Erskine st. 

F d Lyon street, 28 Albert st. to W. 4 

Lyon's close, 61 Hawkhill 
D d Lytton st., Blackness ave. to E. 9 
E c Macaulay street, North Constitu- 
tion street to Longair street 7 
M'Cosh's entry, 34 Murraygate 
E dM. 'Donald street, 102 Hilltown 
to Arthur street 6 

Macdonald's bldgs. , 21 Glamis st. 
G c M'Gill street, 101 Albert street 4 

M'lntosh's close, 42 Murraygate 
E c M'Kinnon street, North Consti- 
tution street to Longair street 7 
F b Mackison terrace, 315 Clepington 
road to Fairfield road 7 

C d Mackbie street, Blackness road 
to Blackness avenue 9 

M'Laren pi., 62 & 64 Walton st. 8 
M' Vicar's lane, 144 Perth road 2 
G c Madeira st. , back of MorganAcad. 5 
C e Magdalen green, fromMagdalen Yd. 
road to W. , fronting the river 2 
Magdalen pi. ,43 Magdalen Yardrd 
Magdalen terrace, 24 to 32 Shep 
herd's loan 2 

D e Magdalen Yard road, 116 Perth 
road to Windsor street 2 

F c Main street, from top of Hilltown 
E. to Dens road 5 

G c Mains loan, top of Albert st. to N. 5 
F c Mains road, top of Hilltown 5, 7 

Maitlandpl., 197 Strathmrtn. rd. 7 
Maitland street, Dura street to 
Arthurstone terrace 4 

F c Malcolm street, 13 Ogilvie street 5 
Malcolm's pend, Henderson's W. 
wynd to Guthrie street 
Malthouse close, 58 Nethergate 
Manor pi., 189 to 223 Perth rd. 9 
Mansourah bldgs. , 43 Watson st. 1 
C d Marchfield road, Blackness road 
to Hillcrest road 9 

Marchmont place, 109 Strathmar- 
tine road 
Margaret place, 4 to 8 Wolseley 

street and 22 Dundonald street 
Margaret place, corner of Albert 
street and Victoria street 4 

Marguerite pi. , 8 to 14 Cleghorn st. 8 
F e Marine parade, S. of Victoria dk. 1 
Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 9 

Marion place, 185 Princes street 1 
Marion place, 21 Arthur street 
Maritime buildings, 26 E. Dock st. 
Gd Market st.,E. Dock st. to Ferry rd.l 
C b Marshall street, 56 High street, 
Lochee, to Balgay street 3 

H c Martin street, 53 Clepington road 
to Nairn street and N. 5 

Mary place, 366 and 368 Loons road 
F d Mary Ann lane, E. Dock street 
to Seagate 1 

C b Marybank lane, from Liff road to 
W. Mid street, Lochee 3 

G c Maryfield,adistrictN.of Albert st. 5 
G c Maryfield terrace, Forfar road to 
Mains loan 5 

Masonic pi. , 46 Dudhope Cres. rd. 7 
Mathew's close, 31 Overgate 
Matthew's court, 80 Constable st. 
F c Maxwelltown , district N . of Ann st. 
Mayfield place, 113, 115 Strath- 
martine road 
F d Meadow entry, 18 Murraygate 6 
Meadow pi., Wellgrove st., Lochee 
F d Meadow PI. bldgs., E. end Bell st. 6 
F d Meadow street, 24 Wellgate to 
Meadowside 6 

E d Meadowside, from top of Barrack 
street to Victoria road 6 

Meal's close, 167 Overgate 
Melbourne pi. , 49 to 55 Dens rd. 5 
Melrose terrace, Court street 5 
C d Melville street, Blackness road to 
Anderson street 8 

G d Melville lane, Broughty Ferry 
road to East Dock street 1 

d Melville terrace, Westpark road 9 
Mercantile build'gs, 46 to 56 Bell st. 
Methodist close, 51 Overgate 
Mid Kirk style, from Tally street 
to S. Lindsay street 
c Mid road, 29 Strathmartine road 
to Mains road 7 

Mid shore — see Shore terrace 
d Mid street, 49 Constitution road 6 
b Mid street, S. , South rd. , Lochee 3 
Mid street, South road, Lochee 3 
Mid street, W., continuation of 
Mid street, Lochee, to W. 3 

e Mid wynd, 77 Perth road to 232 
Hawkhill 9 

| Middle street, 69 Princes street 
to 66 Blackscroft 
Miller's close, 68 Murraygate 
Miller's pend, 17 Scouringburn 
e Miller's wynd, 51 Perth road to 
208 Hawkhill 9 

Mill's entry, 52 Westport 
Miln street, from Brown street to 
West Henderson's wynd 8 

d Milnb'nkrd. ,W.endScouringb'rn8 
c Milner street, 45 Clepington road 
to Martin street 5 

d Milne's E. wynd, 171 Scouring 
burn to Douglas street 8 

Milne'sW.Avynd, 183 Scouringburn 
to Douglas street 
Milne's court, 48 Wellgate 
Miln's buildings, 136 Nethergate 2 
Miln's close, 202 Overgate 
C Milton st., Byron st. to Back st 
Minard crescent, Law street to 
Hospital wynd 
Mint close, 51 High street 
e Minto place, Richmond terrace to 
Thorns crescent 
Mitchell street, 152 Lochee road 
to Benvie road 
Molison st., Mains loan to Eliza st 5 
b Moncur crescent, from Dens road 
west to 117 Strathmartine road 7 
Moness place, 10 and 12 Morgan st. 
Montgomery pi. , 45 Cleghorn st 
Moray place, 77 Magdalen green 2 
c Morgan street, Arbroath road to 
Pitkerro road 4 

c Morgan terrace, Forfar road 5 
i Morgan's bldgs., 143 Nethergate 9 
Morrison's court, 58 "Wellgate 6 
, Mortimer place, 12| Mortimer st. 
j c Mortimer street, from 91 Hospital 
wynd to Byron street 7 


Morton ter. , Gibb's lane, Lochee 3 
Morton's square, 31 Wellgate 6 
D d Mountpleasant pi. , 134 Hawkhill 9 
Mudie place, 14 Ford's lane 
Mudie's close, 54 King street 
Muirton road, 124 Logie street 
E a Muirfield crescent, from Strath- 
martine road to North West 3 
E a Muirfield street, Muirfield cres- 
cent to Strathmartine road 3 
Municipal buildings, 89 to 95 Com- 
mercial street 
Munro's pend, 16 Scouringburn 
Murray pi. , 45 Logie st. , Lochee 3 
Murray street, N. of Craigie ter. 1 
F d Murraygate, from E. end of High 
street to the N.E. 1, 6 

Myles's court, 68 St Andrew's st. 
H b Nairn st. , Forfar rd. to Milner st. 5 
Nairne place, 52 to 58 Seafield rd. 2 
Nairn's close, 9 Arthur street 
Napier place, 13 Nelson street 
F c Neish street, Fairbairn st. to Esk st. 
E b Neishfielcl street, 327 Clepington 
road to Fairfield road 7 

Nelson place, 20 Nelson street 
F d Nelson street, 94 Victoria road to 
Ann street 4 

Nelson ter. , east side of Nelson st. 
Ness street, 9 Ellen street to 42 
William street, Forebank 4 

E e Nethergate, from W. end of High 
street to Perth road 2 

New Era b'ldings, 89 Scouringburn 
E d New Inn entry, 67 High street 6 
E d Nicoll street, 7 Ward road 6 

Nicoll's court, 4 Dallfield walk 
Nicoll's court, 59 Wellgate 
Nicoll's entry, 13 Arthur street 
Nicoll's lane, Lochee 3 

A d Ninewells, 388 Perth road 2 

D e Normanview, 83 to 89 Magdalen 


E c North st. , 73 Strathmartine rd. 7 

B d Norwood crescent, from Norwood 

terrace to Blackness road 9 

B d Norwood terrace, Westparkroad 9 

Norwood ter., 32-46 Thomson st. 2 

Oakwood ter., Westpark road 9 

Ogilvy pi. , 16 Muirton rd. , Lochee 3 

F c Ogilvie st., from Dura st. to N. 5 

Ogilvie's close, 28j High street 
E c Ogilvie's rd., 7 Constitution st. 7 
H c Old Craigie rd. , Arbroath rd. to 
Pitkerro road 4 

Old Glamis rd. , top Provost rd. toN . 


Old Manse buildings, 80 Ferry rd. ! Pinewood terrace, Old Muirtoi 

OldMuirton rd., 2 High st., Lochee j road, Lochee ! 

Osborne place, 105 Magdalen greenl Pitalpin st., Liff road, Lochee ! 

Osborne ter., 99 Magdalen green 2D c Pitf our street, 27 City road ti 

Oswald pi., top of St Matthew st 
E d Overgate, from "VV. end of High 
street to "Westpoft 2, 6 

Palace buildings, 5 Whitehall st. 
Panmure place, 19 & 21 Morgan st. 
F d Panmure street, from foot of Well- 
gate W. to the High School 6 
E c Panmure ter. , N. of Dudhope ter. 7 
Paradise lane, 17 Dudhope street 6 
Paradise place, 65 Hospital wynd 
E d Paradise road, 20 Mid street to 
Dudhope street 6 

Parish Council buildings, 11 West 
Bell street 6 

G cPark avenue, from Albert street 
to Baxter park 4 

Park lane, 15 Temple lane 2 

E e Park place, 145 Nethergate 2 

Park place, 172 Clepington road 
E b Park road, Strathmartine road to 
Fairmuir street 3 

D d Park street, 112 Lochee road 9 
G d Park terrace, 259 Blackness rd. 8 
E d Park wynd, 70 Hawkhill 8 

Parker square, AVest Bell street 
E d Parker st., 2G Dudhope Cres. rd. 7 
Parker's court, 10 William street, 
King street 4 

Parker's lane, 48 Small's wynd 
Parkhill place, 134 Blackness road 
Parkview ter. , 8 to 14 Forfar rd. 5 
E 6Patersonst.,124Strathmartinerd.7 
D e Paton's lane, 240 Perth road to 57 
Magdalen green 2 

Pearl buildings, 30 Meadowside 6 
D d Peddie st., 245 Hawkhill to Black- 
ness road 9 
Peddie's close, 87 Overgate 
Peebles' lane — see Perrie street 
G d Peep-o'-day lane, 145 Blackscrof t 
to East Dock street 1 
D e Penny cook lane, 141 Perth road 
to 288 Hawkhill 9 
G b Perrie street, South road to Liff 
road, Lochee 3 
D e Perth rd. , continuation of Nether 
gate from Small's wd. to west 2, 9 
d Peter street, 61 Murraygate to 
84 Seagate 1 
Peter's court, 20 Cowgate 
Phinard place, 244 Clepington road 
Pillars, The, 12 to 17 High st. 2 

Benvie road 
Pitkerro place, 3 Pitkerro road 
G c Pitkerro road, from east end o 
Dura street to E. 4, i 

Play fair's entry, 10 Hawkhill 
Pleasance (Upper), 57 Lochee roa< 
to 111 
D d Pleasance (Lower), from W. endoi 
Douglas street to Lochee road ! 
D d Pole street, 48 Polepark road 1 
D d Polepark road, a continuation o 
Scouringburn to Lochee road 1 
Powrie place, 23 Ann street '< 
Premier pi. , 145-157 Albert st. 
Pretoria pi. , 6 Baxter Park ter. • 
F d Princes street, continuation o 
King street to N.E. 1, 

Prospect pi., 67 Constitution rd. 
Prospect place, 124 Hilltown 
Prospect pi. , Gray's lane, Lochee 
F b Provost road, Mains road to Clej 
ington road 
Prudential Assurance buildings 

31 Albert square 
Pullar's close, 209 Hawkhill 
Pullar's close, 132 Murraygate | 
Quarry entry, 82 Cowgate 
Quarry lane, 120 Liff rd., Lochee 
Quarry rd, Loons r d to Coldside rd. 
Queen Mary's place, 7 Thorter ra 
F d Queen street, 150 Seagate to \ 
Queen's Hotel buildings, 1( 
G d Eaglan street, 41 Albert street t 
Kemback street 
Eamsay place, 105 Ferry road 
Ramsay place, 188 Lochee road 
Eamsay street, 23 Polepark roai 
Ramsay's pend, 43 Scouringburi 
Eankine street, 125 Lochee rd. 3, 
Eankine's court, 79 High street 
E d Eattray street, 13 Ward road 
Rattray's entry, 78 Bell street 
E d Eeform street, High street toN. 
Eeid street, 8 Derby street 
Reid's lane, Lochee 
H c Rennell road, Pitkerro road 1 
Dennison road 
Rennie's close, 120 Nethergate 
C e Richmond terrace, Windsor strei 
to Fort street 



Ritchie's lane, 187 Perth road 9 

Riverviewpl. , 28-30 Clepington rd. 

! Robertson street, 15 Arbroath road 

to Lilybank road 1 

Robertson's close, 121 Cowgate 

I Rockfield crescent, Grosvenor road 

to Hyndford street 9 

Rockfield place, 256 Hilltown 7 

| Rockfield street, 281 Perth road to 

Rockfield crescent 9 

Rockfield terrace, Rockfield st. 9 

Rockwell street, Loons road to 

27 Lorimer street 7 

» Rockwell place, 1 Rockwell street 7 

Rodger's close, 77 Overgate 

Roodyards rd. , 99 to 115 Ferry rd. 1 

Rose lane, 37 Rosebank road 6 

Rose place, 31 Rose street 6 

JRose street, 15 Arthur street 6 

Rose st., 16 Marshall st., Lochee 3 

Rose terrace, 17 Janefield place 

Roseangle, see Magdalen Yard road 

Roseangle ter. , 68-78 Seafield rd. 2 

m Rosebank road, 26 Rosebank st. 6 

B Rosebank street, 128 Hilltown to 

! Hospital wynd 6, 7 

K Rosebery pi. , 39 Strathmartine rd. 

I' Rosebery pi. , Gray's lane, Lochee 3 

I Rosebery street, Baxter street to 

City road 
I Rosebery ter. , 56 N. William st. 8 

I Rosefield place, 179 Blackness rd. 

II Rosefield st., 195 Blackness rd. 8 
a ? Roselea place, 178 Lochee road 3 
If Roselea place, 22 Erskiue st. 4 

Rosemount terrace, Upper Con- 
stitution street to E. 5 
Rosewood ter., Westpark rd. 9 
|i Roslin terrace, Court street 5 
Rosslyn villas, 295-301 Clepington 
Rothiemay pl.,Balgay st. , Lochee 3 
Rl. Exchange court, 39 Albert sq 
Rl. Exchange lane, 30 Meadowside 
I' I Royal Exchange pi. , Panmure st. 
It Roxburgh terrace, Westpark rd. 9 
I Russell lane, 8 Victoria road 6 
|;i Russell st. , 58 Strathmartine rd. 7 
I Rustic place, 1 to 5 Dudhope st. 
j and 63 to 69a Constitution road 6 
I' Rutherford street, Balgay road to 
Glenagnes road 8 
I Ruthven place, Union st., Lochee 3 
I Ryehill bldgs. , 10 Union pi. , Lochee 
ifeRyehill lane, 109 Perth road to 
262 Hawkhill 9 

St Andrew's buildings, foot of St 

Andrew's street 1 

St Andrew's buildings, 25 and 27 

West st. and 22 Lorimer st. 7 

F d St Andrew's street, 31 Cowgate to- 

116 Seagate 1 

St Andrew's pi., 18 to 24 Cowgate 

St Ann street, Marshall street to 

Balgay street, Lochee 3 

St Ann's pi., 163Strathm'tinerd. 7 

St Ann's place, 22 to 26 Gardner 

street and 27 Campbell street 
St Clement's lane, 11 High st. 2 
St David's lane, 26 North Tay st. 
St Elmo pi., 335 and 337 Loons rd. 
St James's place, 1 Annfield row 
St John's place, 59 S. Tay street 
B d St Johnswood ter. , Westpark rd. 9" 
St Margaret's close, 36 Nethergate 
D d St Mary street, off Lochee road 8 
St Mary's lane, Lochee, Burnside- 
street to 37 High street 3' 

St Mary's ter., top of St Mary st. 
D d St Mary's pi., top of St Mary st. 8- 
G d St Matthew street, 68 Ferry road 
N. to Watson street (Glebe) 1 
St Niven's place, 18 Stirling street 
and 101, 103 Rosebank street 
D e St Peter street, 121 Perth road to- 
270| Hawkhill 9 

St Roque's court, 112 Cowgate 
F d St Roque's lane, 210 Seagate to- 
King street 1 

St Salvador's close, 13 Overgate 
F c St Salvador street, foot of North 
Church street 5' 

E d Salem street, 59 Constitution road 
Salisbury pi., 87-93 Arbroath rd. 1 
F c Sandeman street, off Arklay st. & 

Sanderson's court, 222 Overgate 
B d Scotswood ter., top Westpark rd. 9' 
Scott's angle, 5 Brown street 
Scott's close, 97 Overgate 
Scott's close, 6 Hawkhill 
Scott's entry, 136 Princes street 
G c Scott street, 38 City road to Balgay 
approach $ 

D d Scouringburn, from Westport to 
Polepark road 2, 8, 9 

Sea close, 63 Yeaman shore 
E e Sea wynd, 128 Nethergate 2 

D e Seafield lane, 214a Perth road 2 

Seafield place, l Seafield road 
D e Seafield road, 210 Perth road to- 
39 Magdalen Yard road 2" 

Seaforth place, 15 Bonnybank rd.. 



F d Seagate, from High street to St 
Roque's lane 1 

Seaview rdace, 60 Provost road 
E d Session street, 11 Scouringburn to 
Guthrie street 8 

E d Seymour place, 11 Dudhope street, 
and Paradise road 6 

■C d Seymour street, Perth road to 
Blackness road 9 

Shaftesbury road, north of and 
parallel to Clarendon terrace 9 
<? c Shamrock street, Maryfield 5 

Shandon place, 161 Albert street4 
Sharp's lane, Lochee 3 

Shepherd's close, 74 Murray gate 
<C e Shepherd's loan, 324 Perth road 
to 75 Magdalen green 2 

Shepherd's square, 46 Hilltown 
Sherwood pi., 9a to 13a Ward rd. 6 
F e Shore terrace, or Mid shore, foot 
of Castle st. to Greenmarket 2 
F c Sibbald street, Dens road to Fair- 
bairn street 5 
Sidlaw pi., 164-166 Clepington rd. 
Sidlaw place, 201 Strathmartinerd. 
Sime's alley, Perth road at Faring- 
tonhall to Blackness road 
Simpson place, 165 Albert street4 
Singleton place, 4 Baxter Park ter . 4 
Skene place, 6 and 8 Nelson street 
E e Small's lane, 38 Small's wynd 2 
Small's lane, 176 High st., Lochee 3 
E e Small's wynd, 1 Perth road to 54 
Hawkhill 2. 9 
E d Smellie's lane, from Henderson's 
W. wynd to 84 Lochee road 
Smith's pend, 24 Session street 
E b Smith st., 345 Clep'gtonrd. to N. 7 
E c Smithfield, district top of Hillt'n 
E d Soapwork lane, Irvine's E. 6 
E c Somervillepl,top Constitution rd. 7 
Somerville place, East, off upper 

Constitution street 
Soutar's close, 4 Westport 
E b Soutar street, Clepington road to 
Lintrathen street 3 

■C b Soutli rd., Bankst. to "W., Locbee3 
C d Speed street, Hyndford street to 
Seymour street 
Speed's close, 19 Overgate 
Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 9 

Speedwell pi., 260 to 264 Perth rd. 2 
Spence's close, 154 Overgate 
D e Springfield, 27 Perth road 
O d Springhill, 180 Ferry road to Ar- 
broath road 

Springhill place, 144 Ferry road 
Springvale, corner of Arbroai 
road and Springhill 
Spruce street — see Larch street 
Stanley bldgs. , 42 Union pi., Loch 
Stanley place, 17 Step row 
H e Stannergate road, continuation 
East Camperdown street to E. I 
Station lane, 94 South rd. , Lochee 
D e Step row, 258 Perth road to I 

Magdalen green 
G b Stewart st. , Lochee, Mid st. to Liff it 
Stewart's court, 8 St Roque's lai 
Stewart's lane, Lochee 
E c Stirling street, 238 Hilltown 
Carmichael street 
Stobswell road, 30 Dura street 
Dundonald street 
E b Strathmartine road, from top 
Hilltown to N. W. 3, 

Strathmore place, 2 Park avenu 
Strathmore road, Corso street 
Blackness road 
F c Strathmore st., Arklayst. to Court: 
Strathview terrace, Forfar road 
C e Strawberrybank, 342 Perth ros 
to 79 Magdalen green 
Struan bldgs., 5 to 13 Barrack s 
Struan pi., Baxter Park terrace 
Sturrock place, 44 Ann street ai 
2 Elizabeth street 
Sturrock ter., 4, 6, 8 Elizabeth st. 
F d Sugarhouse wynd, 53 Cowgate 
134 Seagate 
Summerlea pi., 42 Provost road 
Swinton place, 7 Small's wynd 
Sycamore place, 336-340 Loons r 
D d Tait's lane, 269 Hawkhill 

Talbertpl., 19 Strathmartine roi 
F c Tannadice street, Arklay street 

Court street 
E e Tally street, 54 Overgate 
Tannage court, 7 Cowgate 
Tay pi., N., 48 to 52 Provost rd 
Tay square, 12 South Tay streel 
E e Tay street, South, 113 Netherga 

to 242 Overgate 
E d Tay st, , N. , 249 Overgate to N., 6 
Tay Street lane, 105a Nethergat< 
D e Tay ter., 50-60 Magdalen Yd. rd 
Taylor street, from Liff road 
Mid street, Lochee 
D e Taylor's lane, 298 Perth road 
73 Magdalen green 
Tayview buildings, 79 Blackscrc 


Temple lane, 30 Westport 2 

Temple pi., 18 & 36a Westport 2 
Thistle st., 27 Mains road to E. 5 
Thorns crescent, Fort street to 

Windsor street 2 

Thomson place, 51 Wellgate 
Thomson street, 228 Perth road 

to 55 Magdalen green 2 

Thomson ter. ,98Logie st. ,Lochee 3 
Thomson's close, 72 Princes street 
Thorn pi., 219-257 Blackness rd. 8 
Thornbank street, 113 Arbroath 

road to S. 1 

Thornley terrace, Madeira street 5 
Thorter row, 36 Overgate 2 

Throsk ter., Donald st., Lochee 3 
Tindal's wynd, 4^ High street to 

6 Shore terrace 
Todburn entry, 49 Wellgate 
Todburn lane, from William street, 

King street, to Dens brae 4 

Todd's entry, 175 Overgate 
Tofthill, Union street, Lochee 3 
Trades lane, from St Andrew's st. 

to Dock street 1 

Transvaal crescent, 75 to 93 Strath- 

martine road 
Tullideph road, 200 Lochee road 

to City road 
Tulloch crescent, from top of 

Dallfield walk to Rosebank st. 6 
Tullymet pi., 15 and 17 Brown 

Constable st. , and 24, 26 Lyon st. 4 
Union Bank buildings, 2 to 6 Pan- 
mure street 
Union close, 25 Nethergate 
Union court, 6 Thorter row 
Union place, 274 Perth road 2 
Union place, Lochee, 253 Lochee 

road to Loons road 3 

Union street and S. Union street, 

42 Nethergate to Craig pier 2 
Union st. , Max. , 80 Ann st. to N. 5 
Union street, Joint-Stocks, from 

Charles street to Kirk entry 6 
Union street, High st., Lochee 3 
Unioir ter., E. side Constit'n rd. 6 
Ure street, 181 Hawkhill to 136 

Blackness road f 

Urquhart street, from 172 Scour 

ingburn to Blackness road i 

Vault, 17 High street 2 

Victoria bldgs., 12-24 E. Dock st. 
Victoria bldgs., 23 Victoria road 4 

Victoria chain. ,10-14 Victoria r.d. 6 
Victoria crescent, 126 Victoria rd 

LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 29" 

Victoria pi., S. side of Victoria st. 
Victoria pi., 165 Strathm'rtine rd. 7 
Victoria pi., 2 Liff road, Lochee 3- 
F d Victoria rd. , Bell st. to Dens rd. 4, 6 
Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 1 
F d Victoria st. , top Princes st. to W. 4 
Victoria terrace, 35 Victoria street 
Victoria ter., 131-141 Clep'gton rd. 
F b Viewbank terrace, Clepington. 
road, at top of Provost road 
Viewforth pi., 1, 3 Blackness ave.9 
Viewforth st. — see Blackness ave. 
Virginia buildings, 70 Seagate 
Wallace street, 141 Princes street 
to Blackscroft 1 

Wallace's court, 48 Murraygate 
Wallace's pend, 24a Hawkhill 
Walrond street, Forfar road to- 
Chalmers street 5 

D d Walton street, 172 Scouringburn, 
to Forest Park road 8- 

Wannan's close, 42 Westport 
E d Ward road (South), top of Bar- 
rack street to North Tay street 6 
E d Ward road, from foot of Consti- 
tution road to North Tay st. 6- 
G c Warren street, Anderson street to 
Scott street 8 

Washington bdgs. , 56-64 Peddie st. 
Waterloo place, 73 Annfield road 
Waterloo place, 4 Morgan street 
and 13 Cardean street 
Watson terrace, top of Watson st. 
G d Watson street, Ferry road to 
Springhill 1 

Watson's close, 58 Hawkhill 
D d Watson's lane, 133 Hawkhill 9 
D d Watt street, 190 Hawkhill 9 

Waverley bldgs. , 66-74 Peddie st. 
Waverley bldgs., 178 Scouringburn 
E b Wedderburn street, 153 Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 

Well road, 150 Hawkhill 
Well road, 108 Strathmartine rd. 7 
Wellbank lane, off Burnside street, 
Lochee 3 

B b Wellburn street, South road to 
Wellgrove street, Lochee 3 

F d Wellgate, from Murraygate to 
foot of Hilltown 6 

G b Wellgrove st., off Gray st..Lochee3 
Wellgrove terrace, Wellgrove st., 
Wellington place, 1 Wellington st. 
F d Wellington street, 100 Victoria rd. 
to Ann street 4: 


F c Wellington street, N., a continu- F d William st., Forebank, 104 Victo 
ation of Wellington street to N. 5 road to Ann street 

D e Westfield avenue, 172 Perth rd. 2 F c William st., N., continuation 
Westfield entry, 200 Perth road | William st. (Forebank) to N. 

D e Westfield lane, 188 Perth road D d William street, 118 Scouring]! 
to 35 Magdalen Yard road 2 to Blackness road 

D e Westfield place, 186 Perth road E d Willison street, 44 Barrack str 

to 33 Magdalen Yard road 2 

West-law place, 2 Gardner street 

B d Westpark road, from Perth road — 

on the west side of the Cemetery 

— to Blackness road 9 

to N. Lindsay street 
Wilson st. , 54 South road, Lochete' 
Wilson place, Wilson st. , Lochli 
Wilson place, 176 Lochee road I 
Windsor place, 79 Magdalen gre 

E d Westport, W. end of Overgate 2, 8 C e Windsor street, from W. end i 

JF e West Protection wall, from Craig 
harbour to Tide harbour, front- 
ing the river 1 
E b Westst.,2Backst. toLorimer st. 7 
D e West wynd, 95 Perth rd. to 248 
Hawkhill 9 
F d Whale lane (East), 187 Seagate to 
East Dock street 1 
F d Whale lane (West), 181 Seagate to 
East Dock street 1 
Whitehall chambers, 11 Whitehall 
M c Whitehall cres., 9 Greenmarket 
to Union street 2 
Whitehall pi. , Whitehall crescent 2 
E e Whitehall street, 6 Nethergate to 
Whitehall crescent 2 
F d Whitton street, King's road 4 
Whitton's lane, 32^ King street 
Whitton's pend, 25 Hawkhill 
Whorterbank, 1 High st. , Lochee 3 
D d Wilkie's lane, 141 Hawkhill 9 
J? d William street, 62 King street 4 

Magdalen green to Perth road 
C d Windsor terrace, 229-235 Peil 

Witchknowe place, 31 Scourii 

F c Wolseley street, Dundonald str 
to N. 
Wolseley ter. , 1 to 5 Wolseley 
Woodbine place, 14 Park avem 
Woodland place, 5 Park avenut 
Woodlea place, 46 Provost roac; 
Woodthorpe buildings, 317-5 
Clepington road 
G c Woodville place, Forfar road 

Mains loan 
G c Wortley place, Pitkerro road 

Dalkeith road 
E e Yeaman shore, foot of Uni 
Yeaman' s alley, Lochee 
Yeaman's close, 27 Overgate 
Yeaman's lane, Lochee 
York place, 98 Victoria road 


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The Rooms marked * are to let for Sales, Exhibitions, Meetings, &c. 

Ibert Institute Buildings, Albert square, top of Reform street 
Jbert Square United Free Church, Chapel street, Albert square 
I. Saints Mission Hall, 24 Cochrane street 
■tcient Masonic Lodge Hall, 79 High street 
f i|crum Road Public School, Ancrum road, Lochee 
1( ]|n Street Public School, 54 Cotton road 
Jrgyle Hall, 1 Overgate 
JJalbirnie Hall, 143 Victoria road 
jllfour Street Public School, Balfour street 
)|[gaj' Industrial School for Girls, Blackness road 
Ink of Scotland, 34 Reform street ; Branch office, 1 Victoria street 
jlths (Public), West Protection Wall at Harbour. District Baths— Guthrie 
1 street ; Caldrum street ; Constable street ; and High street, Lochee 
jlihing Pond (Open Air), at Esplanade, near Magdalen Green station 
fster Park U.F. Church, Arbroath road, west side of Baxter Park 
.111 Street U.F. Church, West Bell street 
Jbnvie Road Hall, 31 Benvie road 
Slackness Hall, 37 Blackness road 
jLckness Public School, 157 Blackness road 

jjickscroft Mission Hall (Dundee Parish Church), Peep-o'-day lane 
lad, Institution for, 59 Magdalen green 

Jnd, Dundee Mission to the Outdoor — Office, 26 Castle street 
I; Mission Hall, North Church street, Lochee 
anethill U.F. Church, 203 Hilltown 
ys' Home, 7 Park place 
B| (Working) Home, 3 West Bell street 

tish Linen Company Bank, 35 Murraygate, 39 Westport, 38 Nethergate 
and 23 Victoria road 
>wn Street Public School, 15 Brown street 
>wn Street Mission Hall, north end of Brown street 
3han's Hall, 17 Barrack" street 
rgh Engineer's Office, 91 Commercial street 
tterburn U.F. Church, foot of Hill street 
itterburn U.F. Church Hall, foot of Hill street 
Itterburn Public School, 95 Strathmartine road, Butterburn 
|) Stances (see Hackney Carriages, page 66) 
fird Home for Nurses, 1 Park place 

fird Maternity Hospital, Royal Infirmary grounds, Barrack road 
■iiledonia Hall, 52 Westport 

B.edonian Insurance Company's Offices, 35 Albert square 
fjimperdown Hall, 22 Barrack street 
■tie Street Congregational Church, 24 Castle street 
Ij;holic Apostolic Church, Dudhope Crescent road, Constitution road 
[pholic Herald Office, 82 Bell street 
jhtle Market, East Dock street 
Jneteries Office, 93 Commercial street 
Jneter} T Office, Western Cemetery, Perth road 
Jilmers U.F. Church, Hunter street 
.umber of Commerce, Royal Exchange, Panmure street 
.ipelshade Established Church, 27 Constitution road 
apelshade U.F. Church, 9 Constitution road 


Charity Organisation Society — Office, 7 West Bell street 

Cherryfield Mission Hall, 137 Blackness road 

Children's Free Breakfast Mission Hall, 17 Constitution road 

Children's Home, Comerton, Fife 

Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank 

Cholera and Smallpox Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 

City Architect's Office, 32 Bank street 

*City Assembly Rooms, foot of Castle street 

City Chambers, 14J High street ; City Officials' Offices (see page 42) 

City Churches — comprising St Mary's, or the Parish Church of Dundee ; ;' 

Paul's, or South Church ; and St Clement's, or Steeple Ch., Netherg-i 
Clepington Established Church, top of Isla street 
Clepington Public School, top of Melrose terrace 
Clepington United Free Church, Arklay street and Esk street 
Clydesdale Bank, east end of High street 
Collector of Poor and School Rates, Parish Council Offices, West Bell str 
Collector of Inland Revenue, 31 Bank street 
Commercial Bank, 85 Commercial street 
Conservative Association — Offices, 23 High street ; Beading Rooms, Rosebi 

Constitution Road Chapel, 5 Constitution road 
Consumptives, Sanatorium for, Auchterhouse 
Convalescent House, 14 William street, Victoria road 
Convalescent Home, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Lawside, Gardner street 
Corporation Infants' Milk Depot, 156 Overgate 
County Police Office, Johnston street 
Courthouse Buildings, West Bell street 
Cowgate Public School, 56 Cowgate 
Curling Pond, Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road 
Curr Night Refuge, 5 West Bell street 
Customhouse, Dock street, east side of King William dock 
*Cutlers' Hall, 68 Murraygate 

Day Nurseries, 33 Isles' lane, 33 Lilybank road, and 52 Cotton road 
Deaf and Dumb, Dundee Mission to Adult — Rooms, Dudhope Park 
Deaf and Dumb Institution, 165 Lochee road 
Drill Hall, Parker square, West Bell street 
Dudhope Castle, Park, Gymnasium, and Museum of Mechanics, Engineer: 

Physiography, Industries, and Archaeology, Barrack road 
Dudhope Crescent Road U.F. Church, Dudhope Crescent road 
Dudhope Free Church, Lochee road, opposite Polepark road 
Dudhope U.F. Church, Brewery lane, Polepark road 
Dudhope Public School, St Mary's place, St Mary street 
Dundee Advertiser Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
Dundee Courier Office, 34 North Lindsay street 

Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Company's Office, 5 Shore terrace 
East End Gospel Hall, 4 Malcolm street 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square 
Electrical Central Station, Dudhope Crescent road 
Empire Theatre of Varieties, 62 Rosebank street 
Evening Telegraph Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
Excise Office, 31 Bank street 
Eye Institution, 86 Nethergate 
Factory Inspector's Office, 13 Ward road 
*Faith Mission Hall, 8 Bank street 
Falcon Hall, 6 Johnston's lane 


emale Eescue Home, 18 Union place, Lochee 

ire Engine Stations : Central, West Bell street ; Northern Police Office, 66 

I Union street, Maxwelltown ; and Police Office, Lochee 
ish Market, Carolina port, East Camperdown street 
' Foresters' Hall, Nicoll street 

Forfar and Kincardine Masonic Lodge Hall, 13 Meadow street 
ree Library, Museum, and Victoria Art Galleries, Albert Institute buildings, 
top of Reform street ; Branches, High street, Lochee, Arthurstoneter., and 
94 Strathmartine road 
Friends' Institute and Meeting House, "Whitehall crescent 
iuit and Flower Market, Craig street 
piety Theatre of Varieties, 52 Victoria road 
ardeners' (Free) Hall, 31 Overgate 

tas Commissioners' Office, 89 Commercial street ; Works, East Dock street 
jilfillan Memorial Church, Whitehall crescent 
<irls' Boarding House (Dundee Ladies' Union), Rose street 
iris' Home, 2 Brown street 
iris' Industrial School, Balgay, Blackness road 
lassite Meeting-House, 4 King street 
[lebe Lands Public School, 2 Glebe street 
Cray's Assembly Rooms, 22 Perth road 

uild Hall, Townhouse, High street ; Guild Clerk's Office, 10 Meadowside 
xuthrie Street Hall, top of Guthrie street 
jrymnasium, 16 Ward road 

arbour Clerk's and Engineer's Offices, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
arbour Police Office, east side Customhouse 
arris Academy, Park place 
awkhill Baptist Church, 98 Hawkhill 
awkhill Public School, 245 and 280 Hawkhill 
ebrew Church, 62 Murraygate 
igh School, top of Reform street ; High School for Girls, Euclid crescent ; 

High School Recreation Grounds, Arbroath road 
,igh U.F. Church, top of Hospital wynd 

ill Street Public School, at junction of Hill street with Strathmartine road 
illbank Mission Hall, 57 Cotton road 
illtown Christian Mission Hall, 15 Hilltown 
illtown Mission Hall, 42 and 44 Hilltown 
illtown U.F. Church, North Wellington street 
Home," 35 Paton's lane 
Dspital for Women, Private, 19 Seafield road 
curables, Home for, 12 King street 

curables, Royal Victoria Hospital for, Balgay house, off Blackness road 
dustrial Schools : Girls, Blackness road ; Boys, Baldovan 
fectious Diseases Reception House, Polepark house, 3 Fleuchar street 
land Revenue Offices, 29 and 31 Bank street 
ngscross Hospital, West Clepington road 
annaird Hall, 6 Bank street 
arch Street Hall, 3 Larch street 

wside Convent, Laundry and Young Ladies' School, Gardner street 
beral Association Rooms, 51 Reform street 
oeral Unionist Rooms, 32 Bell street; Reading Room, 67 High street, 

Lochee ; Club Rooms, 11 Murraygate 
orary, Public, and Reading Room, Albert Institute, Albert square ; Branches, 

High street, Lochee, Arthurstone terrace, and 94 Strathmartine road 
? Road Public School, 1 Liff road, Lochee 
idsay Street Congregational Union Church, 31 North Lindsay street 



Lloyd's Surveyor's Office, 26 East Pock street 

Lochee Baptist Church, Union street, Lochee 

Lochee East U.F. Church, High street, Lochee 

Lochee Established Church, Brown street, Lochee 

Lochee Literary Association Reading Rooms, High street, Lochee 

Lochee Public Library and Reading Room, High street, Lochee 

Lochee Road U.F. Church, Logie street, Lochee 

*Lochee Weavers' Hall, High street, Lochee 

Lochee West U.F. Church, High street, Lochee 

*Lochee West U.F. Church Hall, 6 Nicol's lane, Lochee 

Lochee Young Women's Christian Association Rooms, High street, Lochee 

Logie Established Church, Scott street, off City road 

*Logie Hall, 7 Scott street, off City road 

M'Cheyne U.F. Church, 328 Perth road 

Manual Instruction Classrooms, Dudhope Castle 

Martyrs U.F. Church, Annfield road 

Maryfield Established Church, Morgan street 

Maternity Hospital, Royal Infirmary grounds, Barrack road 

Maxwelltown Baptist Church, 7 Jamaica street 

Mercantile Marine Office, Sailors' Home buildings, 63 Dock street 

Mitchell Street Public School, Mitchell street 

Morgan Academy, Forfar road, top of Albert street 

Morison Congregational Union Church, 27 Guthrie street 

Museum, Albert Institute buildings, Albert square ; Museum of Mechanics 

Engineering, Industries, and Archaeology, Dudhope Castle 
National Bank, 71 Reform street ; Branch, 115 Hilltown 
New Club, The, 29 Commercial street 

North of Scotland Bank, 24 High street ; branch, 93 High street, Lochee 
Northern Assurance Company's Offices, 110 Commercial street 
Nurses' Home, 1 Park place 

Nursing Home (Private), Hop Bank, 33 Magdalen Yard road 
Ogilvie U F. Church, top of Albert street 
Operative Bakers' House of Call, 15 Vault 
^Operative Mason Lodge Hall, 43 Overgate 
*Operative Tailors' Hall, 5i Overgate 
Original Secession Church, Euclid crescent 
Orphan Institution, 133 Ferry road 
Painters' Hall, 15 Vault 
*Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 
Panmure Street C.U. Church, Panmure street, at junction with Eucli 

Parish Council- Offices, West Bell street 
Park U.F. Church, 16 Park avenue 
Parochial Sick Hospital, Mains loan 
Pearl Life Assurance Company's Offices, 30 Meadowside 
People's Friend and People's Journal Offices, 7 to 25 Bank street 
People's Palace, 160 Nethergate 
Plymouth Brethren Meeting Houses, Falcon Hall, 6 Johnston's lane ; an 

48 Wellgate 
Police Office, Jail, and Bridewell, West Bell street — District stations, If 

Scouringburn, 144 Princes street, 64 Union street, Maxwelltown, 

at east end of Dock street, Dundee ; and South road, Lochee. Counl 

Police Office, Johnston street 
Police Treasurer and Collector's Office, 95 Commercial street 
Poor Houses : East — top of Eliza street; West — 205 Blackness road; Parochi 

Hospital, Mains loan 


ost Office, Meadowside ; Branch office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street ; 

Sub-Post Offices (see page 135) 
rinces Street Congregational Union Church, 157 Princes street 
Princes Street Halls, 157 Princes street 
•jrison Gate Mission Home, 107 Ferry road 
Ijrivate Hospital for Women, 19 Seafield road 
jlrivate Nursing Home, Hop Bank, 33 Magdalen Yard road 
Irocurator Fiscal's Office, Courthouse buildings, "West Bell street 
rudential Assurance Company's Offices, 31 Albert square 
..ublic Weighhouse and Warehouse, 14 Dock street 
■keen Victoria Hall, The Parish Church, Nethergate 
ti-ailway Stations — 

Caledonian— South Union street and at Magdalen green ; Lochee Station, 

Old Muirton road, Lochee 
Dundee and Arbroath — East Dock street and at Stannergate 
Fairmuir and Maryfield Goods Stations — Clepington road 
North British— South Union street and at Esplanade (west end) 
attray Street Baptist Church, 10 Rattray street, Ward road 
jeading Room and Public Library, Albert Institute, Albert square ; Branches, 

Arthurstone terrace, 94 Strathmartine road, and High street, Lochee 
ijecruiting Office for Army and Militia, 7 Thorter row 
'ed Letter Office, 34 North Lindsay street 
efuge Home, 18 Union place and Gordon street, Lochee 
"I egistrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages— see page 46 
|osebank Established Church, Constitution street 
josebank Public School, Tulloch crescent 

oyal Bank of Scotland, 3 High st. and 51 Murraygate ; Branch offices, 36 West- 
port, 22 King st., 9 Strathmartine rd., 260 Perth rd. ; and 122 High st. , Lochee 
ayal Exchange, Panmure street 
jayal Infirmary, Barrack road 
Ijayal Lunatic Asylum, Westgreen, Liff 
jayal Victoria Hospital, Balgay, off Blackness road 
;|assell Congregational Union Church, 179 Hawkhill 
iyehill U.F. Church, 79 Perth road 
I Andrew's Established Church, King street, opposite St Andrew's street 

I Andrew's Pro-Cathedral, 150 Nethergate ; Hall, 38 South Tay street 
i'l Andrew's Public School, 2 William street, Forebank 

A Andrew's Roman Catholic Schools : Boys, 38 S. Tay st. ; Girls, 174 Overgate 
, : . Andrew's U.F. Church, Meadowside, opposite Baltic street 
h Clement's, or Steeple Church (Established), Nethergate, opposite Union st. 
til David's Established Church, North Tay street 
It David's Assembly Rooms, 86 Nethergate 
!j David's U.F. Church, west end of Ward road 
li Enoch's Established Church, 79 Nethergate 

II John the Baptist Episcopal Church, 116 Albert street 

•I John's, or Cross Church (Established), 57 South Tay street 
| John's U.F. Church, 122 Perth road 

"i 1 Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Wilkie's lane, Blackness road 
J Luke's Established Church, High street, Lochee 
L li Margaret's Episcopal Church, Ancrum road, Lochee 

H_ Margaret's Hostel, Boarding House for Working Girls, 9 Wellington street 
lg {( Margaret's House of Mercy and Convent, Gardner street 
4 Margaret's School, Ancrum road, Lochee 
Mark's Established Church, Greenfield place, 158 Perth road 
Martin's Episcopal (Mission) Church, Well road, Strathmartine road 
Martin's Episcopal School, 67 Derby street 


St Mary Magdalene's Episcopal Church, 11 Blinshall street 

St Mary Magdalene's Rectory and Halls, "Well road, Hawkhill 

St Mary's, or the Parish Church of Dundee, Nethergate, opposite Union street 

St Mary's Eest for Aged Poor Women (Dundee Parish Church), 113, 115 Ferry 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Church and Schools, 32 and 34 Forebank road 
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church and School, St Mary's lane, Lochee 
St Mary's Roman Catholic Reading Rooms, Burnside street, Lochee 
St Mary's Sisterhood, 10 King street 
St Matthew's Established Church, 78 Ferry road 
St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Arthurstone terrace 
St Patrick's Roman Catholic School, Lilybank road 

St Paul's, or South Church (Established), Nethergate, opposite Union street 
St Paul's Episcopal Church and School, Castlehill, top of Seagate 
St Paul's U.F. Church, 116 Nethergate 
St Peter's U.F. Church, St Peter street 

St Roque's Mission Church (St Paul's Episcopal), 57 Blackscroft 
St Salvador's Episcopal Church and School, top of St Salvador street 
St Salvador's Mission Church, Well road, off Strathmartine road 
St Stephen's Roman Catholic Schools, 2 Larch street 
St Stephen's U.F. Church, 45 Dudhope street 

St Thomas' Established Church, corner of Lochee road and Tullideph road 
Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street 
Sailors' Reading-room, east side of Customhouse 
Salem Chapel, Salem street, 59 Constitution road 
Salvation Army Halls — Arcade, Lindsay street, Rosebank street, Larch 

street, "Well road (Hawkhill), and at Marshall street, Lochee; Slum 

Corps, 219 Overgate ; "Working "Women's Hotel and Industrial Home, 

Courthouse square 
Sanatorium for Consumptives, Auchterhonse 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Courthouse square and West Bell street 
Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street ; Branch Offices — 1 Stirling street, i 

Arbroath road, 181 Hawkhill, and 67 High street, Lochee 
School Board Clerk's Office, 31 Albert square ; Treasurer's Office, 32 Casth 

School Wynd U.F. Church, 6 South Lindsay street 
Scottish Provident Institution's Offices, 49 Meadowside 
Seamen's Chapel, Candle lane 
Session Clerk's Office, 4 High street 

Sheriff Clerk's Office, Courthouse buildings, "West Bell street 
Shipping Office, Sailors' Home buildings, Candle lane 
Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
Sick Poor Nursing Society — Caird Home for Nurses, 1 Park place 
Sidlaw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse 
Skating Ponds, Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road 

Smallpox and Cholera Hospital, Kingscross, "West Clepington road 
South Road Public School, 77 South road, Lochee 
Stamps and Taxes — Assessor and Surveyor's Office, 29 Bank street 
Stock Exchange, 1 Royal Exchange place 
Strathmore Auction Mart, Ferry road and South Baffin street 
*Strathmore Hall, 3 Sea wynd, Nethergate 

Submarine Mining Establishment — Tay Div. R.E. (Vol.), Broughty Castle 
Tay Ferries Office and Station, Craig pier, South Union street 
Tay Square U.F. Church, Tay square, South Tay street 
Tay Street Public School, 46 South Tay street 
Technical Institute, Small's wynd 


Telegraph Offices — at General Post Office, Meadowside ; Branch Post Office — 
Customhouse buildings, Dock st.; at 125a Nethergate, 128 Hilltown, 
268 Perth rd. , 76 Hawkhill, 142 Scouringburn, 16 Arbroath rd. , 7 Dock st. , 
Caledonian West station, Taybridge station ; 64 High st. , L'hee ; Downfield; 
also at Fish Dock, open 8 a.m. till noon daily except Sunday 

(Telephone Company's Office, 13 Panmure st.; Branch Office — 2 Rosefieldst. 

Theatres and Music Halls— Her Majesty's Theatre and Opera House, Seagate ; 
People's Palace, 160 Nethergate ; Empire Theatre of Varieties, 62 Rose- 
bank street ; Gaiety Theatre of Varieties, 92 Victoria road 

Town and County Bank, 5 Albert square, Meadowside 

Town Clerk's Office, City Chambers, 14g High street 

*Trades' Hall, King's road 

Tramway Manager's Office, 4 Vault ; Electric Power Station, Dudhope 
Crescent road and Lochee road 

Trinity Congregational Union Church, 74 Victoria road 

Union Bank, 2 Panmure street 

Union Club, 11 Murraygate 

Unitarian Christian Church, 53 Constitution road 

University Club, 104 Nethergate 

University College, 149 Nethergate 

*Victoria Art Galleries, Albert square 

Victoria Established Church, Clepington road and Neishfield street 

* Victoria Hall, High street, Lochee 

Victoria Road Public School, King's road, Victoria road 

Victoria Street U.F. Church, Victoria st., at junction with Brown Constable st. 

*Volunteer Halls, Drill Hall, Parker square 

Wallacetown Established Church, Crescent street, opposite Church street 

*Wallacetown Established Church Hall, Crescent street 

Wallacetown Public School, Crescent street 

Ward Chapel, Congregational Union Church, foot of Constitution road 

Ward Chapel Mission Hall, Brown street 

Ward Road Baptist Church, south side of Ward road 

Wash Houses, Public — Bleaching Green, Constitution road ; and in connection 
with Public Baths at Guthrie st., Caldrum st., Constable st., and Lochee 

Water Commissioners' Office, 95 Commercial street ; Manager's Office, 93 
Commercial street ; Water Works Office, Ward road 

Weekly News Office and Weekly Welcome Office, 34 North Lindsay street 

Weights and Measures — Inspector's Office, 29 North Lindsay street 

Wellburn Roman Catholic Institution, Liff road, Lochee 

*Wellgate Hall, 59 Wellgate 

Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street 

*Western Hall, 20 Taylor street, Lochee 

Willison U.F. Church, 56 Barrack street 

Wishart U.F. Church, 61 King street 

*Y.M.C.A. Rooms, 10 Constitution road 

*Y.W.C.A. Institute, &c, 33 South Tay street ; Millworkers' Hall, 24 Long 
wynd ; Restaurants, 38a Nethergate and 40 Albert street ; Boarding Houses 
for business women, Albion House buildings, 38a Nethergate and 33 and 
37 South Tay street 

'UBLIC PARKS. — Balgay Park, west end Blackness road ; Baxter Park, north 
side of Arbroath road ; Bleaching Green, west side of Constitution road ; 
Fairmuir, east side of Strathmartine road ; Law Hill, north of Albany 
terrace ; Magdalen Green, foot of Magdalen Yard road ; Stobsmuir, 
Tibkerro road ; Dudhope Park, Barrack road ; Esplanade (west end) ; 
Lochee Park, Ancrum road. 

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Ward First. — On the east by the eastern boundary of the burgh ; on thi il 
south by the river Tay ; on the west by a line commencing at the top of Castl 5 
street, and thence running southward along Castle street to Dock street, ancjii 
thence southward to the Eoyal arch at the harbour of Dundee, and thenci • 
through the centre of said arch in a straight line southward to the river Tay a | 
and on the north bj T High street, Murraygate, Cowgate, King street, Prince: i 
street, and the Dundee and Arbroath (of old turnpike) road to the easten i 
boundary of the burgh. 

Ward Second.— On the south by the river Tay ; on the east by the westen ■ 
boundary of Ward First; on the west by the western boundary of the burgh f 
and on the north and north-west by a line commencing on the Dundee an< [ 
Invergowrie (of old turnpike) road, commonly called the Perth road, where saic | 
road intersects the municipal boundary, and from thence running eastward alonj 
the said road to the point where it is joined by Small's wynd, and thence north , [ 
ward along Small's wynd to and crossing the Hawkhill and thence northward: i 
to and along Hunter street to Scouringburn, and from thence eastward alonj ; 
Sconringburn, Westport, Overgate, and High street, to the top of Castle street i 

Ward Third.— Commencing on the road from Dundee to Coupar-Anguf 
commonly called the Lochee road, at a point thereon nearly opposite Logi j [ 
Farm steading where an unnamed road leading off said Lochee road to th Hi 
Lawside road begins, and from thence running along said unnamed road to sai- i 
Lawside road, and from thence northward along said Lawside road to th 
Loon3 road, and from thence eastward and northward and eastward again alon. 
said Loons road to the junction of Hospital street with said road, and fror 
thence northwards along Hospital street to the Clepington road, and thenc 
eastward along the said Clepington road to its intersection by the Strath 
martine road, and thence northward along the Strathmartine road to thi 
northern boundary of the extended burgh, and thence north-westward alor 
said northern boundary to King's Cross, and from thence westward along thj 
northern boundary of the burgh to its north-wes-t point, and from thence south 
ward along the western bound ary of the burgh to a point in said wester 
boundary straight west from the western termination of the road south "(i 
Hillhead Farm Steading, and from thence eastward to and along said road t 
its junction with the northern approach to Balgay park, thence northward an! 
eastward along said northern approach to its junction with Ancrum road, an 
from thence eastward along said Ancrum road to opposite Gibb's lane, and fror *j 
thence in a straight line south-eastward to the point in said Lochee road wheri 
it commenced. 

Ward Fourth.— On the east by the eastern boundary of the burgh ; on tii 
south by the northern boundary of Ward First ; on the west by King's road an j 
Forebank road ; and on the north and north-west by Ann street of MaxAvelltowi 
to its junction with the roadway of Hillbank road and Cotton road, and froi 
thence along said roadway to Laing street, and from thence along Laing stree; 
crossing Dens road to and along Dura street, and continuation thereof to tb 
Pitkerro (of old turnpike) road, and from thence along said road to the north 
easterly boundary of the burgh at Stobsmuir. 

Ward Fifth.— On the south and south-east by the northern boundary ( 
Ward Fourth from the eastern to the western termination thereof, and from sai 
western termination along Ann street to the Hilltown : on the west by th 
Hilltown from the junction of Ann street therewith northward to Mains roa< 
and from thence northward along Mains road to its junction with the Provos 
road, and from thence along the Provost road to Clepington road, and froi 
thence northward in a straight line to the northern boundary of the extendc 


)urgb, and from thence eastward along the north and north-east boundary of 
,he burgh to the north-easterly point of said boundary at Stobsmuir. 
1 Ward Sixth. — Commencing at the western termination of the Overgate at 
its intersection by North Tay street and South Tay street, and thence along 
jNorth Tay street and the Lochee road to the point where Dudhope Crescent 
rioad leads off the said Lochee road, and from thence along Dudhope Crescent 
load to Constitution road, and from thence northward along Constitution road 
io the point where Constitution street leads off the said road, and from thence 
Eastward along Constitution street to its termination in Rosebank street, and 
rrom thence southward and eastward along the said street to its junction with 
jhe Hilltown, and from thence along Ann street to the point where Forebank 
load joins said Ann street, and thence southward along Forebank road and 
Ring's road to King street, and from thence westward along King street and 
Cowgate, and south-westward along Murraygate, High street, and Overgate to 
! he point where it commenced. 

I Ward Seventh. — Commencing in Constitution road, at the junction of 
pud hope Crescent road with said Constitution road, and from thence leading 
ftorthward along said Constitution road to its junction with Constitution street, 
;ind thence along said Constitution street to its junction with Rosebank street, 
;.nd thence southward and eastward along said Rosebank street to its junction 
yith the Hilltown, and thence northward along the Hilltown and Mains road and 
Provost road to Clepington road, and from thence in a straight line north to 
he northern boundary of the extended burgh, and from thence westward 
f.long said northern boundary to Strathmartine road, and from thence south- 
ward along said Strathmartine road to said Clepington road, and from thence 
Westward along said Clepington road to the point where Hospital street joins 
.he said road, and from thence southward along said Hospital street to Loons 
toad, and from thence westward and southward and westward again along 
Loons road to Lawside road, and from thence southward and eastward and 
southward again along Lawside road to Dudhope terrace, and from thence 
Westward along the northern boundary of Barrack park to its western boundary, 
nd from thence southward along its western boundary to Lochee road, and 
;rom thence south-eastward along Lochee road to its junction with Dudhope 
I'rescent road, and from thence eastward along Dudhope Crescent road to 
Constitution road where it commenced. 

; Ward Eighth. — Commencing on the east at the eastern termination of 
rVestport at its intersection by South Tay street and North Tay street, and 
|om thence northward and westward along North Tay street and the Lochee 
joad to a point in said road immediately opposite the western boundary of the 
tfarrack park, and from thence northward along said western boundary to the 
prthern boundarj' of said Barrack park, and from thence eastward along said 
Northern boundary to Dudhope terrace, and from thencenorthward and westward 
:long Lawside road, to the unnamed road leading from the Dundee and Coupar- 
Jmgusroad, commonly called the Lochee road, to said Lawside road, forming part 
if the boundary of Ward Third, and from thence along the southern boundary of 
ward Third to the western boundary of the parliamentary burgh, and from 
hence southward along said western boundary of the parliamentary burgh to 
he Blackness road, and from thence eastward along said Blackness road and 
iicouringburn and the Westport to the point where it commenced, 
i' Ward Ninth.— Commencing on the west boundary of the burgh, in the said 
Dundee and Invergowrie (of old turnpike) road, commonly called the Perth 
bad, where such boundary is intersected by said road, and from thence running 
;ast\vard along said road to its junction with Small's wynd, and from thence 
funning north-westward along Small's wynd to and crossing the Hawkhill, and 
'hence northwards to and along Hunter street to the junction of the latter with 
he Scouringburn road, and from thence running along the Scouringburn road 


to its junction with the Blackness road, and thence westward along the Blacknes 
road to the western boundary of the burgh, and from thence running dowi 
said western boundary to the point where it commenced. 

And it is declared that the said several boundaries of the said several ward 
run along the centres of the streets and roads by which they are declared to b 
bounded, except where the contrary is particularly mentioned ; and as to an; 
streets, grounds, houses, or places within the boundaries of the burgh not em 
braced in any of the special descriptions before mentioned, the same shall b 
held to belong to that ward to which any such streets, grounds, houses, o 
places are severally next adjacent; and in case of any dispute, the same sha: 
be decided by the Provost or acting Chief Magistrate of Dundee for the tira 


Public Holidays. — New Year's Day, Second Mondays of April and Octobe 
Victoria Day ; Summer Holidaj'S, beginning fourth Monday of Juby. 

Bank Holidays.— New Year's Day, Good Friday, first Mondays in May an 
August, Christmas Day, 

Trades Holidays. — Engineers, second Saturday of June ; Builders, la; 
Saturday of August. 

Quarterly Terms. — Candlemas, 2nd February ; Whitsunday, 15th May 
Lammas, 1st August; Martinmas, 11th November; removal terms, 28th Ma 
and 28th November. 

English Quarter Days. — Lady Day, 25th March ; Midsummer, 24th June 
Michaelmas, 29th September; Christmas, 25th December. 

Movable and Other Festivals, &c, for 1905-1906. — 

1905. 1906. 

June 22— Corpus Christi Mar. 17— St Patrick's Day 

Oct. 31 — Hallowe'en April 8— Palm Sunday 

Nov. 30— St Andrew's Day „ 13— Good Friday 

Dec. 3— Advent Sunday ,, 15— Easter Sunday 

,, 25— Christmas Day „ 19— Primrose Day 

1906. May 20— Rogation Sunday 
Jan. 6 — Epiphany ,, 21 — Ascension Day 

Feb. 11 — Septuagesima Sunday June 3— Pentecost — Whitsunday | 
„ 14— St Valentine's Day ,, 10 — Trinity Sunday 

„ 28 — Ash Wednesday „ 14— Corpus Christi 


Stobb's Fair, for Cattle, Sheep, and Horses, is held on the first Tuesdi 
after the 11th of July. 

Dundee First Fair, for Cattle and Horses, is held on 26th August, but 
that day fall upon a Saturday, Sunday, or Monday, then the first Tuesdf 

Dundee Latter Fair, for Cattle and Horses, is held on the 19th Septemb 
— the same rule applying as with the First Fair. 

Bell's Fair — Feeing Market — is held on the first Friday of October. 

N.B. — These Markets are held at the Fairmuir, Strathmartine road. 

" Flit-Fridays," or the Term Feeing Markets, are held on 28th May ar 
28th November, if these dates fall on a Tuesday or Friday, failing which, on tl 
first Tuesday or Friday thereafter. 

A Weekly Cattle and Sheep Market is held every Tuesday forenoon, 
the Cattle Market, Carolina port. 

Market Days— Tuesday and Friday. 

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* POPULATION. — According to the Census returns, the population of 
undee in 1891 was 154,118, and in 1901 is 161,173, and estimated to middle 
"If 1905, 164,269. Parliamentary Constituency for 1904-1905, 18,849. Mutii- 
ipal Constituency — Males, 17,656; females, 4,767; total, 22,423. 

luding the Municipal Voters in the Extended Burgh). — 

district 1, 













1, 1996 



District 6, 1850 



2, 1764 



7, 2013 



3, 1642 



8, 2128 



4, 2689 



9, 2187 



5, 25S0 



Total, 18,849 17,656 


VALUATION OF THE BURGH.— The Valuation of the Burgh (including 
Railways, &c.) for the year 1904-05 is £907,382 7s, as against £895,834 2s 
lor 1903-1904. Increase, £11,548 5s. 

on, K.C. (7602), 4 Essex court, Temple, London, E.C. Sir John Leng (7592) 
1 Kinbrae (Newport-on-Tay), House of Commons, London. 


Lord Provost, and Lord-Lieutenant of the County of the City of Dundee — 

Charles Barrie, Airlie Park, West Ferry 
Lord Dean of Guild — Thomas L. Peters, 27 Springfield 
Treasurer — George Ritchie, 34 Seagate 

Hospital Master and Kirk Master— William Smith, Queen's Hotel 


AVilliam Doig, 9 High street 
Alex. B. Crichton, 19 Argyle street 
James Scott, 33 Rosebank street 

Ward Fifth. 
James Scott, 33 Rosebank street 
James H. Martin, 53 Westport 
John M. Nairn, 2 N. William street 

Ward Sixth. 
William High, 9 Wellgate 
William Doig, 9 High street 
James Urquhart, 10 Reform street 

Ward Seventh. 
Charles Barrie, 49 Meadowside 
John Robertson, Rose cottage, Rose st. 
William Longair, East Rockfield 

Ward Eighth. 
Daniel J. M'Kinnon, 121 Hawkhill 
Hugh Ballingall, 3 Douglas terrace 
Jas. Gordon, Grove cot., Inverary ter. 

aniel John M'Kinnon, 121 Hawkhill 
dward Quirk, 72a Hawkhill 
Tames H. Martin, 53 Westport 

Ward First. 
Tohn Mitchell, 35 Springhill 
4eorge Ritchie, 34 Seagate 
Valker Saunders Melville, 46 Bell st. 

Ward Second. 
Alexander Speed, 45 Commercial st. 
jVilliam Nicoll, 4 Nethergate 
William Smith, Queen's Hotel 

Ward Third. 
j*eo. Stevenson, Homefield, Lochee 
Villiam Don, Brackenbrae, Lawside rd 
Tames Perrie, 173 High street, Lochee 

Ward Fourth. 
Ilex. B. Crichton, Arg}4e street 
,)avid Mathers, Whitehall place 
Llexander Robb Median, 17 S. Tay st. 

Ward Ninth. 
Cdward Quirk, 72a Hawkhill William Brownlee, 52 Small's wynd 

John M. Soutar, 31 Reform street 


Standing Committees, &c— Works Committee— Bailies Quirk, Crichtoj 
Councillors Longair, Melville, Speed, Perrie, Nairn, Urquhart, Gordo j 
Councillor Longair, Convener. 

Public Health Committee — Bailies M'Kinnon, Martin, Crick ton ; Councillc' 
High, Melville, Smith, Don, Robertson, Soutar. Councillor High, Convene 

Police Committee— Bailies M'Kinnon, Doig, Crichton, Scott; Councillc] 
Robertson, Mitchell, Smith, Perrie, Soutar. Councillor Robertson, Convene) 

Parks and Cemeteries Committee — Bailies Quirk, Doig, Scott ; Lord De;> 
of Guild Peters; Councillors Mathers, Mitchell, Nicoll, Don, Gordo j 
Councillor Mathers, Convener. 

Markets and Baths Committee — Bailies Quirk, Martin ; Councillc 
Perrie, Mitchell, Smith, Median, High, Robertson, Gordon. Council! 
Perrie, Convener. 

Water Committee — Lord Dean of Guild Peters; Treasurer Ritchi 
Councillors Ballingall, Nicoll, Stevenson, Mathers, Nairn, Urquhai; 
Brownlee. Councillor Ballingall, Convener. 

Gas Committee — Bailie Scott ; Treasurer Ritchie ; Councillors Stevenso 
Speed, Mathers, Urquhart, Longair, Ballingall, Brownlee. Councill 
Stevenson, Convener. 

Tramways Committee — Bailie M'Kinnon ; Lord Dean of Guild Peten 
Councillors Brownlee, Melville, Speed, Stevenson, Median, Nairn, Hig 
Councillor Brownlee, Convener. 

Finance Committee — Treasurer Ritchie ; Councillors Longair, Hig 
Robertson, Mathers, Perrie, Ballingall, Stevenson, Brownlee. Treasur 
Ritchie, Convener. 

Lord Provost's Committee— Bailies Martin, Doig ; Treasurer Ritchit 
Councillors Nicoll, Don, Median, Longair, Ballingall, Soutar. Lord Provo 
Barrie, Convener. 

Council Representatives at Meetings of Commissioners of Supply of Forfa 
shire — Lord Provost Barrie ; Lord Dean of Guild Peters ; Treasur i 
Ritchie ; Councillors Mitchell, Nairn, Urquhart, Robertson, Gordon . 

N.B. — The Lord Provost is a member of all Standing Committees, and of all oth 
Committees which may he appointed. Two members of each of the above Committe 
form a quorum. 

Town Clerk— William H. Blyth Martin, City chambers. 

Depute Town Clerk— James M 'Lagan, City chambers. 

City Chamberlain — David Bannerman, City chambers. 

Council Officer — James Robertson, City chambers. 

Burgh Engineer— William Mackison, F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A. Scot., C.E., J 
Commercial street. 

City Architect— James Thomson, C.E., 91 Commercial street. 

Police and Water Treasurer — Alex. W. Stiven, C. A., 95 Commercial stree 

Water Engineer — George Baxter, A.M.I. C.E., 93 Commercial street. 

Gas Engineer — Alexander Yuill, Gas Works, East Dock street. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures — Thos. Nicoll, jun., 29 North Lindsay s 

Sanitary Inspector and Shop Inspector — Thomas Kinnear, West Bell stree 

Superintendent of Cleansing-— James Arthur, 28 East Dock street. 

Public Analyst — George D. Macdougald, F. Inst. Chem., 13 Shore terrace 

Gas and Electricity Treasurer — A. I. Strachan, 89 Commercial street. 

Electrical Engineer — H. Richardson, A.M. I.E. E., Electric Lighting Statio: 
Dudhope Crescent road. 

Medical Officer of Health — Charles Templeman, M.D., D.Sc, West Bell s 

Tramway Manager — Peter Fisher, 4 Vault. 

Lord -Lieutenant, Charles Barrie ; Deputy -Lieutenants, Earl of Campe 
down, Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart., Sir John Leng, M.F 
Edmund Robertson, K.C., M.P., "A. H. Moncur, Hugh Ballinga] 
Alexander Mathewson, William Brownlee, William Hunter, Dunes 


Atacdonald, Sir James Low, Sir G. W. Baxter, LL.D., H. M'Grady, George 
Armitstead, ¥m. Doig, D. C. Thomson, Edward Cox, John Sharp, George 
Ritchie ; Clerk of Lieutenancy, William H. Blyth Martin, Town Clerk. 
1 DUNDEE BURIAL BOAKD.— The Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Council 
Me the Parochial Board for burial ground purposes. 

ji Burial Grounds.— Eastern Necropolis, Arbroath road; "Western Necro- 
polis, Balgay hill ; New Burying Ground, Constitution road ; Howff, 
Meadowside ; St Peter's, Perth road ; St Andrew's, Cowgate ; Roodyards, 
?erry road ; and Logie Churchyard, Lochee road. 

John Carnochan, Superintendent, 93 Commercial street — Office open during 
bhe week from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m., and from 6 till 7 evening ; and on Saturdays 
pom 9 a.m. till 12 noon only. Offices at the Eastern Necropolis and Western 
Necropolis open during the day. 

; CITY PARKS AND BAXTER PARK, including Balgay Hill — D. 
Bathers, Convener of Committee. John Carnochan, Superintendent — 
)ffice, 93 Commercial street. 

i CITY POLICE ESTABLISHMENT.— Central Office, West Bell street, 
district Stations — Northern Office, Union street, Maxwelltown ; Eastern Office, 
Princes street ; Western Office, Scouringburn ; Lochee Office, South road, 
iuochee ; Harbour Office, Dock street. David Dewar, Chief Constable and 
'rocurator-Fiscal. One deputy chief constable, seven superintendents, seven 
nspectors, nine detective officers, twenty-five sergeants, and one hundred and 
jeventy-one constables. Total strength, 221. 

: Sanitary Department.— West Bell street. Charles Templeman, M.D., 
■p.Sc, Medical Officer of Health ; Thomas Kinnear, Chief Inspector ; one 
ianitary inspector, five practical inspectors, nine sanitary officers, two clerks, 
. ne van driver, and two lady health visitors. 

i Cleansing Department. — One inspector, six foremen, two hundred and 
iwenty scavengers and carters, four blacksmiths, and four joiners. Jame& 
|BJfchur. Inspector, Dock street. 

I Judges of Police Court.— The Lord Provost and Bailies of the Burgh. 
Kfe Town Clerk, Assessor. 
H.M. Prison.— West Bell st. Major Wm. Stewart, Governor; A.M. Stalker, 
I.D., Medical Officer; Rev. D. R. Robertson, B.D., Chaplain; Rev. K. 
Ilackenzie, Church of England Visiting Clergyman; Rev. J. Doherty, R.C. 
Rsiting Clergyman ; Miss Hutton , Matron ; two Head Warders ; one First Class 
ifarder, twelve Second Class Warders, four Second Class Female Warders, 
fed three Organists. 

I Fire Brigade. — Central Station, West Bell street; J. S. Weir, Fire- 
paster ; J. White, Deputy-Firemaster ; eight permanent firemen ; eight 
fuxiliary firemen. Northern Station, G6 Union street, Maxwelltown— Three 
iiivxiliary firemen. Western Station, South road, Lochee; three auxiliary 
Iremeii. Total strength, 10 permanent and 14 auxiliary firemen. 
[NINE INCORPORATED TRADES.— Thomas Anderson, Convener;. 
Robert Crawford Walker, 5 Whitehall street, Boxmaster and Clerk. 

Deacons. Assessors, 

Bakers, William Forwell. J. K. Foggie. 

Shoemakers, A. B. Smith. D. Smith. 

Glovers, D. Stewart. D. Mitchell. 

Tailors, R. R. Taylor. D. Maxwell. 

Bonnetmakers, George M 'Innes. William Menzies. 

Fleshers, Allan Robertson. James Smith. 

Hammermen, G eorge Cuthbert. John N. Bisset. 

Weavers, W. W. Fairweather. John Fairweather. 

Dyers, Francis Stevenson, John L. Stevenson. 


GUILDRY INCORPORATION. — Thomas Lyle Peters, Lord Dean j| 
Guild. Assessors, T. S. Robertson, William Hunter, Robert Keith, Hen I 
M 'Grady, George Willsher, Duncan Macdonald, William Nicoll, G. B. Pa- a 
W. Brown Robertson, T. D. Smibert, David Dickie, Charles RobertscB 
John F. Shaw, Thomas Russell, John Dow, James Mollison, Thomas Anderscl 
J. B. Hay ; D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside, Clerk ; David Don, Collect' I 

THREE UNITED TRADES. — John Bruce, Convener; John B. Shal 
Boxmaster ; Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street, Clerk 


Masons, Andrew Powrie. 

Wrights, James J. How. 

Slaters, James M. Fyffe. 

MALTMEN INCORPORATION.— AY. H. Brown, Deacon ; Hugh Balling*, 
Uoxmaster ; D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside, Clerk. 


First Ward. | Alex. J. Ferguson, 5 Baxter Park te 

Alexander Anderson, 3 Arbroath road John Cochran, 22 Alexander street 

John M'Pherson. 
T. C. Stocks. 
R. W. Laburn. 

Mungo Smith, 142 Albert street 
Henry Anderson, 58 Constable street 

Second Ward. 
Duncan Macdonald, 24 Thomson street 
Andrew M'Ghie, 5 Blackness avenue 
George Willsher of Pitpointie 

Third Ward. 

David Neave, 14 Union street, Lochee 

Andrew K. Caird, Taylor st., Lochee 

James Stevenson, Balgay terrace, 


Fourth Ward. 

John Lindsay, 27 South George street 

David Milne, 1 Wellington street 

Joseph W. Dickson, Fairfield cottage, 

329 Clepington road 

Fifth Ward, 

Sixth Ward. 
William Farquharson, Carsegrc 

Blackness road 
James Laburn, Camperdown terra 

Bfoughty Ferry 
Thomas Russell, 5 Nelson terrace 

Seventh Ward. 
Peter Gray, 36 Strathmartine road , 
Alex. T. Lickley, 12 Constitution t<j 
Mary Lily Walker, 9 Wellington st 

Eighth Ward. 
David Duncan, 2 Tullideph road 
James Hennessy, 13 Airlie place 
James Macintosh, 4 Hermonhill 

Ninth Ward. 
Daniel J. M'Kinnon, 121 Hawkhill , 
Wm. K. Shannon, 10 Peddie street 
John F. Shaw, Wormit 

James Burnett, Downfield road 

Brought y Ferry and Dundee Landward Wards. 
William Chalmers, 40 High street I F. M. Batchelor, of Drumgeith 
Alexander Potter, 14 Murraygate | James Keith, Drumgeith 

Council meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m., exc< 
when otherwise arranged — Bailie M'Kinnon, Chairman. 

Law and Finance Committee. — Meets on the last Thursday of each montl 
7 p.m. — James Stevenson, Convener. All the members of the Council. 

Poorhouse Committee. — Meets on the evening of the last Monday of ei 
month at 7 p.m., except when meeting of Parish Council occurs during sa 
week, in which case the meeting is held on the second last Monday of 
month — Thomas Russell, Chairman. All the members of the Council. 

Relief Committee. — Meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. — D. Dune. 
Convener. All the members of the Council. 

Checking Committee. — Meets on last Monday of each month at close 
meeting of Law and Finance Committee — James Laburn, Convener ; Andi 
M'Ghie, George Willsher, James Macintosh, Andrew K. Caird, J. Burnt 
A. J. Ferguson, J. Cochran, T. Russell, W. Farquharson, A. T. Lickl 


Gray, D. Duncan, J. Hennessy, Mungo Smith, D. J. M'Kinnon, J. F. 
law, John Lindsay, AVilliam K. Shannon. 

1 Parish Council Offices, West Bell street. Inspector and Clerk of 
lumcil, James Kyd (Telephone No. 723) ; Assistant Inspector, John 
jigbie ; Clerks, George Haggart, Harry W. David, D. H. Freeland, Charles. 

!i bw, Dennis Wilson, William Rea; Out-door Sub-Inspectors, William Young, 
enry Duffus, David Bissett ; John Duncan, Caretaker. 

'Poor Rates Office, West Bell st. Collector of Poor and School Rates and 
tshier, Wm. Scrimgeour (Telephone No. 881) '; Assistant Collector, Alexander 
Talker ; Sheriff Officer, Alexander B. Buist ; Assistant Sheriff Officer, Stewart 
jirnet ; Out-door Collector, James Spence ; Apprentice Clerks, Arthur Craik 
|.d William Davidson. 
;East Poorhouse, Eliza street ; Governor, John Chisholm (Telephone No. 

f f3) ; Matron, J. F. MacLellan ; Resident Medical Officer, Auguste Boyes, 
!.B., Ch.B. ; Head Nurse, Margaret Walker; Chaplain, Rev. John 
jimpbell ; Clerk and Storekeeper, John Hart ; Clerk and Assistant Store- 

. jeper, George Christie. 

; :West Poorhouse, Blackness road ; Governor, T. D. Aitken (Telephone 

IL 883); Matron, Mrs Aitken. 

( (PARISH COUNCILS.— Rural Districts— 

Auchterhouse. — A.B.Watson, Chairman; Alex.M'Kay, Wm. Cochrane, Jn- 
i itterson, Geo. Willsher. Clerk and Inspector, Wm. P. Ramsay, Auchterhouse. 

Fowlis Easter.— William Keith Murray (Ochtertyre, Crieff), Chairman;. 

lomas Steele, Thomas Smith, Andrew Yule, Alexander Anderson. Clerk 

id Inspector, David Crabb, Fowlis Easter. 

1 Longforgan. — W. C. Lawson, Chairman; C. G. Gourlay, William Smith,. 
-1m. S. Mackie, Geo. Horsburgh, James Shepherd, Thos. Hay, W. B. Paton,, 
-Tim Prain. Clerk and Inspector, David M. Boyd, Longf organ. 

JLundie. — George Duncan, Chairman; Daniel Paul, Peter Smith, William 

jaith, Alex. Thomson. Inspector, Alex. Thomson, Lundie. 

ILiff and Ben vie. — Joseph Murray, Chairman ; Thomas S. Thorns, Jame& 

]>bbie, George Hosie, William S. Mackie. Inspector, James Kyd. 
,, (Mains and Strathmartine. — JamesCouttie, Chairman ; W. F. Bell, Rev. 
■: ; S. Ritchie, John Philip, T. C. Craig, A. F. Durkie, William Smith, W. W. 
"."sath, David Robertson, Tom H. Melville, Jas. Anderson. Landward Com- 

j.ttee. — David Robertson, Chairman; AY. F. Bell, A. F. Durkie, AY. Smith, 

liv. R. S. Ritchie, John Philip, Tom H. Melville, Jas. Anderson. Clerk and 

Jspector, Thomas Forbes, Schoolhouse, Mains. 

Monikie. — Peter M'Intyre, Chairman; David Fairlie, John Nairn, J. AY. A. 
i( '|ilson, Robert G. Morgan, Thomas Smith, Robert Henderson. Clerk and 

Tspector, Alex. Cameron, Innervar, Monikie. 
I' (Murroes. — John G. Soutar, Chairman; AYm. H. Nicoll, James Steel, James 

!j>bbie, Arthur S. Husband. Clerk and Inspector, H. A. Forsyth, Murroes. 
('Tealing. — AYalter G. Duncan, Chairman; William Bell, George- 
§ T : Naughton, George C. Mount, John Petrie. Clerk and Inspector, P. M. 
i f'Kenzie, Schoolhouse, Tearing. 

jFORFAR DISTRICT LUNACY BOARD.— Andrew Ralston, Glamis, 
"lairman; William Bell, Balnuith, Tealing ; David AYilkie, Kirriemuir;. 

Ii. Douglas Johnston, Montrose ; Provost Alexander, Arbroath ; Provost 
s'lthrie, Brechin; J. G. Soutar, AVesthall, Murroes; Alexander 
jf.Ifour, of Inchock, Arbroath ; H. A. F. Lindsay-Carnegie of Boysack, 
f-ibroath ; Y r illiam Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin ; Provost Adamson, Forfar ;, 
tJovost Melvin, Montrose. A. W. Myles, Forfar, Clerk. 


Combination Parish Council ; Chairman, D. Macdonald; Clerk and Treasurer 
James Kyd, Parish Council chambers, West Bell street ; Medical Superin 
tendent, William Tuach-Mackenzie, M.D., Westgreen house, Liff 
Chaplain, Rev. Geo. Dingwall, B.D. ; Clerk and Storekeeper, Thomas R 

Finance Committee. — Meets last Thursday of each month at close o 
meeting of -Checking Committee of Parish Council— James Macintosh 
Convener. All the Members of the Board. 

House Committee. — Meets last Monday of each month at 7 p.m. — Alex 
J. Ferguson, Convener. All the Members of the Board. 

Works Committee. — Meets at close of ordinary monthly meeting o 
House Committee— Alex. Anderson, Convener. All the Members of th 

Farm Committee. — Meets first Wednesday of each month at 6.45 p.m.— 
Francis M. Batchelor, Convener ; George Willsher, A. J. Ferguson, H 
Anderson, D. Macdonald, James Stevenson, Peter Gray, James Keith. 

Entertainments Committee. — Meets when called — Thomas Russell, Con 
vener ; D. Macdonald, David Duncan, Alex. Anderson, Peter Gray, A. J 
Ferguson, Wm. Chalmers, J. W. Dickson, Mungo Smith. 

Office of Board — Parish Council chambers, West Bell street. 


St Peter's District— T. Y. Miller, Registrar ; Office, 57 Perth road. 2nd o 
St Mary's District — Thomas Meek, Registrar ; Office, 11 Ward road. 3a 
or St Clement's District — Alex. Simpson, Registrar ; Office, 93 Commercial street 
4th or St Andrew's District — James Murray, Registrar ; Office, 16 Kin ; 
street. 5th or Lochee District — John Robertson, Registrar ; Office, 62 Hig! 
street, Lochee. Office hours, daily except Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Monda) r , Tuesday, and Thursday, 6 to 8 p.m. ; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon. 

Registrations must be effected as follows, viz. : — Births within 21 days 
Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations Avithin ' 
months — unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medica* 
Practitioner. Parties registering births ought to produce proof of thi 
marriage of the parents. 

Registration Districts. 

For the purposes of the Acts of Parliament relative to the Registration o 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, those portions of the parish of Dundee and oj 
the united parishes of Liff and Benvie, comprehended within the boundaries o. 
the Burgh of Dundee, are divided into Five Districts as follow : — The First, o\ 
St Peter's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh witlnY 
the Boundary commencing at the point where the Parliamentary Boundary on th < 
-west terminates in the River Tay ; thence along said boundary Northwards till i 
joins the Blackness road ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins th 
Scouringburn; thence along the middle of the Scouringburn and Westport til 
it joins South Tay street; thence along the middle of South Tay street, an<; 
across the Nethergate and Southwards in a line Avith and along the West Wal 
of the Roman Catholic Chapel to the Southern Boundary of the Burghj 
Second, or St Mary's District, to comprehend and include that portion of th I 
Burgh within the Boundary, commencing at that point in the River where thi 
Southern boundary of the First District terminates; thence along said boundar; 
NortliAvards to Westport, thence in a Westerly direction along the middle o 
the Westport, Scouringburn, and Blackness road, as far as the road leading t 
Glenagnes cottage; thence along the middle of said road till it joins a roar 


jading to City road; thence along the middle of City road till it joins 

3 1 e Lochee road; thence in an Easterly direction along the middle of said road 

t i Union place; thence along the middle of the road at Union place in a North- 

[ ,'esterly direction till it joins the Loons road; thence along the middle of that 

I iad in an Easterly direction till it joins the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence 

ong said Railway to the Tunnel; thence along the middle of the road leading 

, :om the Southern entrance of the Tunnel to the top of Constitution road ; 

i ence along the middle of Constitution road, Barrack street, Tally street, and 

buttie's wynd, across Dock street till it joins West Dock street; thence along 

il.e middle of West Dock street to the River. Third, or St Clement's District, 

h\ comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the boundary 

mmencing at that point in the River where the Southern Boundary of the 

r acond District terminates ; thence along that boundary Northwards along the 

i 'iddle of West Dock street, Couttie's wynd, Tally street, Barrack street, and 

institution road to the Tunnel ; thence in a line Northwards till it joins the 

- Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along said boundary Eastwards as 

8 f r as the Provost road ; thence in a Southerly direction along the middle of the 

:ovost road, Mains road, Hilltown,and Wellgate ; thence Eastalongthe middle 

Ji Cowgate to St Andrew's street ; thence along the middle of St Andrew's 

i reet, Trades lane, and the Road on the East side of the Customhouse till it 

aches the Shipbuilding Yards ; thence along the middle of the road on the 

!>uth side of Victoria Dock till it joins a road leading along the East side of 

e Patent Slip buildings ; thence along the middle of said road to the River. 

f ]mrth, or St Andrew's District, to include that portion of the Burgh com- 

• ehended within the Eastern Boundary of St Clement's District and the 

!f istern Boundary of the Burgh. Fifth, or Lochee District, to comprehend 

« id include that portion of the Burgh, commencing at the point in the Black - 

f. |ss road where the Western Boundary of the First District terminates ; thence 

i ong the middle of Blackness road, the road leading past Glenagnes cottage, 

i itlgay street, Lochee road to Union place ; thence along the middle of Union 

i }ice and Loons road to the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence along the middle 

p|| said Railway to the Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along 

, jmndary West and South, to point in Blackness road before mentioned. 

in Mains District.— All north of Burgh Parliamentary Boundary. Registrar's 

I ifice, Schoolhouse, Mains. Registration hours, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 
|b.m. to 8 p.m. Thomas Forbes, Registrar. 

[lands valuation and registration of voters acts.— 

isessor, G. C. Brown, 29 Bank street; Collector, A. W. Stiven, C.A., 95 

II >mmercial street. 

'' PUBLIC BATHS.— Swimming, Private (Salt and Fresh Water), also Turkish 

b Jfd Russian Baths, West Protection Wall. — Formerly managed by a Board of 

j; .[rectors. Transferred to the Police Commissioners on 1st January 1871, and 

', .|w managed by them for the benefit of the community. The Baths are open 

B-Jjily in Summer from 6.30 a.m. till 9 p.m., and in Winter from 7 a.m. till 8 

:,' jjm. Sundays, 6.30 a.m. till 9 a.m. 

U Guthrie Street Baths (erected 1891), Guthrie street. Public Washhouse 

r i| connection with Guthrie Street Baths (opened 14th February 1898). 

ft Lochee Baths (opened 4th December 1895), High Street, Lochee. Public 

ijl ..ashhouses in connection with Lochee Baths (opened 10th April 1901). 

i Central Washhouses, Meadows.— Open on ordinary days from 7 a.m. till 

it p.m. ; Saturdays, 7 a.m. till 7 p.m. 

k [Constable Street Baths and Washhouses, opened 12th July 1902. 

e Caldrum Street Baths and Washhouses, opened 7th October 1902. 

6J (Superintendent of Baths and Washhouses— Walter M'Gregor. 


BAXTER PARK.— Trustees— The Lord-Lieutenant for the County o 
Forfar ; the Member of Parliament for the County of Forfar ; the Member; 
of Parliament for Dundee ; the Sheriff of Forfarshire ; the Sheriff -Substitute 
Dundee District ; the Lord Provost, Bailies, and Lord Dean of Guild; the Con 
verier of the Nine Trades ; Convener of the Three United Trades ; Boxmaste: 
of Seaman Fraternity ; the Parish Minister of Dundee ; Senior Minister of th< 
Free Church in Dundee ; the Senior Minister of the U.P. Church in Dundee 
the Senior Minister of the Congregational Churches in Dundee ; the President 
Vice-President, and Ex-President of the Dundee Chamber of Commerce 
Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart. , of Errol Park, appointed by Miss Baxter ! 
Thos. S. Robertson, mechanic, and J. S. Forrester, millforeman, as Representa 
tives of the Working Classes. Secy, and Treas. — W. Thomson Currie, 5 Bank st : 


I. Dundee District. — Earl of Camperdown, Dundee; "W". D. Grahan' 
Menzies, Coupar- Angus ; David M 'In tyre, Broughty Ferry ; Captain Geo. D 
Clay hills Henderson, R.N., Invergowrie ; William F. Bell, Barns of Claver< 
house ; William Smith, Downfield ; Robert B. Galloway, Wellbank ; Jame 
Keiller Doig, Monifieth ; Peter M'Intyre, Monikie; John G. Soutar, West: 
hall ; William Bell, Balnuith ; Baxter Gray, Broughty Ferry ; James Miller 
Broughty Ferry. Clerk and Treasurer, and Collector of Rates, H. A. Pattullo 
1 Bank street. 

II. Forfar District. — David Shaw, W.S., 1 Thistle court, Edinburgh 
David Wilkie, Ardmore, Kirriemuir ; David Reid, Letham 
"William Whyte, Hatton of Ea3sie; Andrew Ralston, Glamis ; Davi<; 
M. Graham, Forfar; Andrew Whitton, of Couston, Newtyle ; W. It 
J. S. Steuart Fothringham, Fothringham house, Forfar; William Nicoll: 
Carsebank, Forfar ; John Duncan, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir ; Hugh T. Munro, yr j 
of Lindertis, Kirriemuir ; Geo. Annand, Reekie Linn house, Alyth ; John Black! 
Cortachy ; William Ogilvy, Kirriemuir. Clerk and Treasurer, and Collecto ! 
of Rates, J. P. Anderson, Forfar. 

III. Brechin District. — Alex. MacHardy of Newbarns, Forfar; Capt 
Stansfeld of Dunninald, Montrose ; Wm. D. Johnston, Montrose ; John Shiell 
Brechin ; Wm. Cairns Moyes, Cairndrum, Edzell ; Wm. Smith, Balzeordie 
Brechin ; William Doig, Carcary, Farnell ; James M. Ross, Westlands 
Hillside, Montrose ; Patrick G. Duncan, East Memus, Kirriemuir ; W. S 
Adamson, Careston Castle, Brechin ; Earl of Dalhousie, Brechin Castle ! 
George Bean, West Ballochy, Logie-Pert. Clerk and Treasurer, Alex 
Philip, Brechin ; Collectors of Rates, Craig & Gordon, Brechin. 

IV. Arbroath District. — George Young, Panlathy, Carnoustie ; Jame 
Wright, Slade, Carmyllie; Alex. Lyell, Montrose; Alexander Balfour o 
Inchock, Arbroath ; Charles Corsar, Rosely, Arbroath ; David Morgar 
Douglasleigh, Carnoustie; David Anderson, Woodhill; H. A. F. Lindsa; 
Carnegie of Boysack, Arbroath ; D. D. Beaton, Friockheim ; Dr Roger C 
Lingard Guthrie, Carnoustie House ; George Winter, Carnoustie. Clerk an 
Treasurer, and Collector of Rates, W. K. Macdonald, Arbroath. 

Office-Bearers. — Convener, Earl of Camperdown; Vice-Convener, Wrr. 
Smith, Balzeordie, Brechin ; County Clerk and County Road Clerl 
A. W. Myles, Forfar ; County Treasurer and County Assessor, D. J 
Carnegy, Forfar; Medical Officer, Dr Wedderburn, Forfar; Sanitary Inspectoi 
John Anderson, Montrose ; Inspector of Weights and Measures, Jas. Milne 
Forfar ; County Auditor, Robert C. Thomson, Dundee ; County Analyst, G 
D. Macdougald, Dundee; Chief Constable of County, Robert T. Birnh 



I. Cupar District. — James T. Cathcart, Newburgh; C. J. M. Makgill 
Drichton of Lathrisk, Falkland ; Alexander Lawson, Kettle ; Andrew Smith, 
Jr'itlessie ; Robert Cathcart, Newburgh ; Henry S. Wedderburn, Cupar ; 
iWilliam Law of Blebo, Cupar ; David Lees, Cupar ; Captain Gilmour, Ceres ; 
fames Crichton, Ladybank ; Bailie Thomas Ferlie, Auchtermuchty ; Council- 
or M'Bean, Cupar; Bailie Win, Lawrie, Falkland; Councillor Robert Taylor, 

II. St Andrews District. — James Curr, Largo ; Colonel Sprot, Strowithie ; 
^lajor ¥m. Anstruther Gray, Kilmany ; Col. Sir Wm. Erskine, Kingsbarns ; 
pi Ralph Anstruther, Pittenweem; Thomas Lindsay, St Monans ; Major J. 
llscott Davidson, Colinsburgh; Wm. Jamieson, Elie; Provost Roger, New- 
port ; James Donaldson, Tayport ; Provost Dalzell, Anstruther ; Councillor 
Penney, Anstruther Wester ; Provost Sim, Crail ; Councillor Melville, Kil- 
kenny ; Bailie Swinton, Pittenweem ; Councillor Grubb, St Andrews ; Bailie 
F. R. W. Ritchie, St Andrews ; Councillor Outhwaite, Earlsferry. 

III. Kirkcaldy District. — R. M. Christie of Durie, Leven; Joseph Budge, 
East Wemyss ; W. R. Johnston, East Wemyss ; W. D. Dixon, Markinch ; 
STeil Ballingal, Markinch ; James Porter, Leslie ; John Robertson, Leslie ; 
3,. A. Muir, Cardenden ; William Nicol, Kirkcaldy ; George Prentice, Kirk- 
caldy ; R. G. E. Wemyss, Wemyss ; Henry Hood, Leslie ; Christopher 
\-damson, Leven ; Alex. Reid, Lochgelly ; Councillor J. L. Mitchell, Burnt- 
sland ; Provost Harrow, Dysart ; Provost Sim, Kinghorn ; J. J. M'Menenny, 

, IV. Dunfermline District. — Henry Mungall, Edinburgh ; James 
[.'erris, Blairadam ; Alexander H. Nasmyth, Dunfermline ; Alex. Brunton, 
?Jorth Queensf erry ; Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, K. G. , Dunfermline ; 
jlobert W. Wallace of Halbeath ; David Alexander, Corstorphine ; Alex. 
I'litchell, Dunfermline ; Laurence Johnston, Kincardine ; Rev. John Gordon, 
Julross ; Councillor Henry Findlay, Inverkeithing. 

i Office-Bearers. — Convener, Earl of Elgin, K.G. ; Vice-Convener, Joseph 
[Judge, Wemyss Castle; Clerk, William D. Patrick, Cupar; Treasurer 
jnd Collector, David Osborne, Cupar ; Medical Officer, Dr Nasmyth, Cupar, 
anitary Inspectors — Cupar District, Marshall Gorrie ; St Andrews, John 
(Iacrae ; Kirkcaldy, James Low ; Dunfermline, William Davison. 


;• Perth District. — Members resident in or near Dundee — Sir William 

;>gilvy Dalgleish, Bart., Errol Park; A. M. Prain, Rawes, Longf organ ; 

"homas Hollingworth, Newmains, Inchfrure. 

j Office-Bearers. — Convener, Col. Home Drummond ; Vice- Convener, 

Indrew Hutcheson ; Clerk and Treasurer, David Marshall, County buildings, 

^erth ; Medical Officer, Dr John T. Graham, Perth ; Sanitary Inspector 

! eorge MacKay, Perth. 

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HIGH COUET OF JUSTICIAEY.— Courts for the trial of criminal cas 
in Forfarshire, and disposal of certain appeals from the Sheriff Court, are he 
within the Court House, Dundee, at such times as may be necessary. 

SHERIFF COURT— DUNDEE DISTRICT.— Court Rooms, Sheriff -Clerl 
Office, and Procurator-Fiscal's Office, in the Court buildings, West B< 
street. Small Debt Court held on Tuesdays, at half -past 10 forenoon ; Deb 
Recovery and Ordinary Court on Wednesdays, at half-past 10 forenooi 
Ordinary Court on Fridays, at 10.30, during the Session. Courts are he 
during the vacation, of which the dates are fixed before close of the Sessioi 
John Campbell Smith, Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute ; Christopher J. Bisse 
Sheriff -Clerk ; Donald Stewart, David Shepherd, and John Wilson Spenc 
Sheriff-Clerk Deputes; Donald Stewart, Auditor of Court; Alex. Agne' 
Procurator-Fiscal ; George Giles, Depute Procurator-Fiscal ; J. J. Johnston 
George Ogilvie, Walter Thomson Currie, Robert Smith, R. C. Walker, Ho 
Sheriff-Substitutes ; P. M'Gregor, Bar-Officer. 

The Sheriff-Clerk's Office is open from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. every lawful ds 
except Saturdays, when it is closed at 1 p.m. 

BURGH OR BAILIE COURT.— Held in the Burgh Court Room, Ci 
chambers, for summary removals every Tuesday at 12 noon. The Baili< 
Judges ; the Town Clerk, Assessor. 

GUILD COURT.— Lord Dean of Guild Peters, Judge. D. Gordon Stewa 
Assessor and Clerk of Court ; Office, 10 Meadowside. Horatio T. Baxt< 
Interim-Fiscal, 87 Commercial street. William Gouk, 84 Commercial stre> 

QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE— For the County of the Ci 
OF Dundee. — Statutory Meetings of the Justices in Quarter Sessions £ 
held in the Court Room, City chambers, on first Tuesday of March, Ms 
and August, and last Tuesday of October. 

first Tuesday of May and the second Tuesday of November in each year, 
the Court Room, City chambers, at 11 a.m. Members of Court, the L( 
Provost and Magistrates, and David Air, J. C. Buist, William Hunt 
Duncan Macdonald, R. G. Kennedy, John Robertson (Elmslea), and Wal 
Shepherd. Clerk and Assessor, William Caesar, 62 Seagate. 

the City of Dundee. — The Acting Justices of the Peace for the County 
the City, Judges. Office, 62 Seagate — Clerk of the Peace and Assess 
William Csesar ; Depute-Clerk, D. O. Young. Edward Cowan, 4 H 
street, Fiscal. The Court is held in the Court Room, City chambers, ei 
alternate Monday, at eleven o'clock forenoon. 

District of the County of Forfar. — The Acting Justices of the Peace 
Dundee District, Judges. Office, 4 High street— Edward Cowan, Clerl 
the Peace and Assessor ; William Caesar and William M'Gill, Depute-Clei 
A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street, Fiscal. 

The Court is held in the Court Room, City chambers, each alternate M 
day, at Eleven o'clock forenoon. The Dundee District comprehends 
Parishes of Dundee, Mains and Strathmartine, Liff, Ben vie, and Invergow 
Monikie, Monifieth, Murroes, Lundie and Fowlis, Auchterhouso, Teali 
Kettins, Newtyle, and Fowlis Easter. 


JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— For the County of the City op Dundee. 
— Peter Adamson, John Adamson, David Air, William F. Arthur, David 
Bannerman, Lord Provost Barrie, Hugh Ballingall, Sir G. W. Baxter, John 
W. Bell, James H. Bell, Thomas Bell, W. F. Bell, C. J. Bisset, G. W. Boase, 
W. L. Boase, Win. Brownlee, John Bruce, David Bruce, J. C. Buist, Rev. 
D. B. Cameron, Dr Campbell, John Christie, J. Smith Clark, Edward 
I ?Cox, John Couper, A. B. Crichton, W. Thomson Currie, Daniel Dailly, 
: ;Sir W. O. Dalgleish, Bart., W. B. Dickie, John G. Dickson, William Doig, 
I'.'R. B. Don, Alexander Elliot, Michael Farrell, R. A. Fergusson, W. H. 
I ,'Fergusson, D. H. Ferrier, Victor Fraenkl, Simon G. Fraser, Joseph Gibson, 
Alex. B. Gilroy, Alex. Gordon, H. G. Gourlay, James Guthrie, Rev. R. R. 
; Lingard Guthrie, Captain Clayhills Henderson, John G. Henderson, Richard 
■[Henderson, Wm. Henderson, Wm. High, Rev. Joseph Holder, Alexander 
J iHutton, William Hunter, David K. Hunter, Alex. Johnstone, Geo. A. 
■ Johnston, Robert Keith, R. G. Kennedy, J. W. Kidd, Wm. Kidd, J. P. Kyd, 
■John Laing, Daniel Lawson, Sir John Leng, M.P., W. C. Leng, Andrew 
jLeitch, John Lindsay, James Logie, William Longair, Alex. Low, Sir James 
Low, William Low, Thomas Maitland, David Mathers, Alex. Matbewson, 
ilJames H. Martin, T. Carlaw Martin, LL.D., William H. Blyth Martin, 
Alexander R. Mechan, W. S. Melville, James Mitchell, John M. Hunter 
Mitchell, John Mitchell, A. H. Moncur, Robert Mudie, Wm. Mudie, Robert 
1 (Murdoch, Thomas Murdoch, Duncan Macdonald, James Macintosh, Dr 
■HacEwan, Principal Mackay, M.D., LL.D., Peter M'Cabe, Henry M'Grady, 
:3-eorge MTnnes, D. J. M'Kinnon, John M'Laggan, John M. Nairn, William 
iiiSTicoll, Wm. Nixon, H. K. Ogilvy, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Charles B. Ovenstone, 
1 p. B. Paul, John A. Peebles, James Perrie, Lord Dean of Guild Peters, 
vRev. Michael Phelan, William Philip, James Pollock, John Prosser, Andrew 
Ralston, Colonel James Rankin, Peter Reid, William Rettie, George Ritchie, 
i kUdmund Robertson, M.P., James Robertson, John Earl Robertson, John 
IjJobertson of Elmslea, J. Robertson, W. B. Robertson, Alexander Scott, 
■David Scott, George A. Scott, George Scott, John C. Scott, James Scott, 
ijrohn Sharp, Walter Shepherd, James Shaw, Dr Sinclair, Daniel S. Smith, 
llames N. Smith, Colonel Smith, Mungo Smith, Fulton Spiers, Alex. Speed, 
Wm. Stephenson, George Stevenson, F. Stevenson, William Stewart, A. M. 
[': |>trachan, John Stuart, P. C. Storrie, Robert Taylor, T. B. Taylor, John 
Thomson, D. C. Thomson, Frederick Thomson, William Thornton, James 
] Ijrquhart, I. J. Weinberg, G. Willsher, James Young, and the Lord Provost 
8l ind Bailies of the City for the time being, and Chairman of the Parish 
Council for the time being. 
1 : Clerk of the Peace, William Csesar, 62 Seagate. 

1 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE Connected with the Dundee District 
jjai' the County op Forfar. — Earl of Camperdown; Sir R. H. A. Ogilvy, 
Bart.; Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart.; Sir John Leng, M.P. ; 

irilliam Nicoll, John Laing, Henry M'Grady, Alex. Gordon, Hugh Ballingall, 
J Xenry S. Wedderburn, Captain G. D. Clayhills Henderson, Edward Cox, 
1 pev. R. R. Lingard Guthrie, R. B. Don, William Brownlee, Walter 
■pepherd, John Adamson, Sir James Low, Duncan Macdonald, James 
| ||haw, John Robertson, Alexander Hutton, William L. Boase, Victor 

raenkl, James M. Gray, Alexander Johnston, Alexander Mathewson, 
J ohn Earl Robertson, William Brown Robertson, Alexander Scott, Fulton 
; [piers, Alexander Hay Moncur, Colonel William Smith, Colonel James 
J i.ankin, I. J. Weinberg, William Thornton, Thomas Bell, E. F. Maitland, 

"ir G. W. Baxter, William Hunter, Joseph Gibson, Lieutenant-Colonel 
H. Fergusson, David Bruce, James Perrie, W. T. Currie, Thomas 

iaitland, J. C. Buist, H. G. Gourlay, R. G. Kennedy, George 


Ogilvie, G. W. Boase, D. C. Thomson, David M'Intyre, Robeij 
Geekie, W. D. Graham Menzies, Andrew Whitton, William Bel , 
W. F. Bell, William Csesar, D. S. Cowans, John Grant, Baxter Gra; 
Peter M'Intyre, William Millar, Joseph Murray, John Sharp, Davi 
Smith, J. G. Soutar, Provost David Stewart (Monifieth), Robert Kidd, J. ] ■ 
Kyd, Alexander Simpson, Alexander Agnew, D. Anderson, J. Carmichae | 
R. A. Fergusson, A. Gilroy, W. J. Gordon, J. J. Johnstone, Jam j 
W. Kidd, S. M. Low, William Mackenzie, J. C. Methren, D. Moodi! 
H. A. Pattullo, R. B. Sharp, Robert Smith, W. D. Valentin 
J. J. Watson, George Willsher, Hon. Morton Gray Stuart Gray, J. I 
Alexander, William Anderson, Capt. Hugh William Bairnsfather, Charl 
Barrie, F. M. Batchelor, C. J. Bisset, Robert Calder, Arthur J. Cox, Georj. 
M. Cox, Colonel Archibald C. D. Dick, R, B. Galloway, A. B. Gilro, 
William Low, Alexander M'Kay, Wm. H. Blyth Martin, James Miller, ] 
A. Mudie, Herbert K. Ogilvy, Charles B. Ovenstone, George Ritchie, Robe 
Sim, Sheriff Campbell Smith, John Smith, AVilliam Smith, Thomas I 
Thorns, William AVatson, Capt. H. S. Wedderburn, John W. Wemyss, ]] 
W. Wybrants, D. C. Erskine ; the Sheriff of the County and the Sheri ' 
Substitutes for the Dundee District ; the Lord Provost and Bailies of Dund 
for time being ; Chairmen of Parish Councils and District Committees with 
Dundee District for time being ; Provosts of Broughty Ferry and Monifie i 
for time being. 

Clerk of the Peace of Forfarshire, Edward Cowan, 4 High street. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE (Caese Portion of the Perth District - 
the County of Perth).— Sir Wm. Dalgleish, Bart., of Errol Park; i\ 
Edward A. Stewart-Richardson, Bart., Pitfour Castle; J. B. Broun Morris [ 
of Finderlie and Murie, Errol; Alfred W. Cox, Glendoig; W. Thomson Curr 
Dundee ; Captain Drummond of Megginch ; Robert Clark of Taybank, Errc 
Thomas W. Greig of Glencarse ; Thomas Greig, yr. of Glencarse ; Lieut. -C I 
J. A. G. Drummond Hay of Seggieden; Lord Kinnaird, Rossie Prior j 
Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart. , Baldovan ; Guy E. Broun Morrisc 
yr. of Finderlie and Murie, Errol; C. J. G. Paterson of Castle Huntlj 
Patrick Hunter of Waterybutts; Dr Robt. Robertson, Errol; A. M. Pra ; 
Rawes, Longforgan ; Henry Pram, Ellenbank, Longf organ ; John Prain, Ma: 
of Castle Huntly ; W. Taylor, Postmaster, Dundee ; and the Chairman ' 
each Parish Council. 

Clerk of the Peace for Perthshire, Donald M. Mackay, Perth. 

hills Henderson, Dundee (Chairman) ; Bailies Martin and M'Kinn 
Dundee ; Councillor Robertson, Dysart ; Provost Melvin, Montrose ; Coun 
lors Houston and Stark, Cupar Fife; Bailie Robbie, Arbroath; Dean j 
Guild Stewart, Dunfermline; Treasurer Wilson, St Andrews ; Bailie Dakcj 
Brechin; Provost Adamson and Councillor Fenton, Forfar; Provost Bam 
Kirkcaldy ; Provost Gray, Broughty Ferry ; W. R. Johnston, East Wemy 
James Donaldson, Tayport ; Francis J. C. Stark, Milnathort ; R. Still, '■> 
Albert square, Clerk. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICERS.— James Bisset, 51 High street; P. j 
Egan, 51 High street ; Robert Fraser, 51 High street ; Alexander Forbes,! 
High street; William Gouk, 84 Commercial street ; Thomas Gourlay, 5 Refcl 
street; James Miller, 13 Forebank road ; James S. Mills, lOHighstref 
George Mitchell, Church lane; John M'Keran, 1 Church lane; James! 
Moffat, 42 King's Road. 

MESSENGERS A.T- ARMS.— J. S. Mills, 10 High street; James j 
Moffat, 42 King's road. 



SHERIFF OFFICERS.— Jas. Bisset, 51 High street; Robt. Fraser, 51 High 
lit. ; Alexander Forbes, 51 High st. ; AVm. Gouk, 84 Commercial st. ; Thomas 
^ourlay, 5 Reform st. ; John M'Keran, 1 Church lane ; James Miller, 13 
jTorebank road ; James S. Mills, 10 High st.; George Mitchell, 1 Church lane; 
fames C. Moffat, 42 King's road. 

I COMMISSARY OFFICER.— James S. Mills, 10 High street. 

[Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1820).' — J. P. Kyd, Preses; Robert Smith, 
Wice-Preses ; Walter Baxter, 31 Murraygate, Secretary and Treasurer. 

I Members of Faculty. Those marked * are Notaries Public, and are competent to act 
as Commissioners for taking- affidavits to be used in English and Irish Courts. 

iJAgnew, Alex. , Courthouse buildings 
i |f Allison, James, 61 Reform street 
] liBatchelor, Alex., 41 Reform street 
i Baxter, Allan, 31 Murraygate 
i I Baxter, H. T., 87 Commercial street 
rr Baxter, Walter, 31 Murraygate 
4' Bell, Archibald, 3 Seagate 
i:|;Bell, William Arthur, 10 Whitehall 
4 street 

Bisset, Chris. J., Courthouse buildings 

purke, A. Fordyce, 49 Murraygate 

iCresar, William, 62 Seagate 
[Jparmichael, Geo. B., 54 Commercial st. 

Clarke, D., 31 Reform street. 

Cowan, Edward, 4 High street 

Gumming, J. H., 1 Bank street 

Currie, Walter T., 5 Bank street 

Dickie, W. B., 11 Whitehall street 

Dickie, W. B., jun., 11 Whitehall st. 

Dickie, W. P., 11 AVhitehall street 

Dickson, W. C, 20 Castle street 

Oonald, George R., 23 High street 

Duncan, Charles C., 41 Reform street 

Duncan, David, 41 Reform street 

'ergusson, Robt. M., 20 Whitehall st. 

Glenny, Henry S. , 34 Reform street 

[Gordon, Wm. J., W.S., Ferry house, 
Brought}^ Ferry 

jGraham, J. A., 104 Commercial street 

Traham, Thomas, 104 Commercial st 

jirrant, James, 25 Barrack street 

iGray, James M., 69 Reform street 

Jarris, John, 23 High street 

Hendry, Andrew, 39 Murraygate 

Hendry, John M., 39 Murraygate 

lusband, James, 27 Bank street 

Husband, Peter F., 27 Bank street 

Johnston, David, 34 Reform street 

« Johnston, Peter R., 46 Reform street 
® Johnstone, J. J. , 87 Commercial st. 
Ml Kyd, James A. , 1 Albert square 
Kyd, John P., 1 Albert square 
Littlejohn, Thomas, Carnoustie 
I'Crae, B. M., 11 Murraygate 

M 'Walter, J. Stuart, 10 Reform street 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
Moncur, W. L., 26 Castle street 
Nixon, William, 10 Whitehall street 
*Ogilvie, George, 12 Meadowside 
*Pattullo, Henry A., 1 Bank street 
*Paul, George Brodie, 4 High street 
*Pollock, James, 6 Panmure street 
Robertson, R. Lindsay, 69 Reform st. 
Rollo, James A., 7 Ward road 
Ross, Alexander, 11 Whitehall street 
Scarlett, W. C, 21 Reform street 
Scott, Francis Ernest, 27 Bank street 
Scrimgeour, James, 54 Commercial st. 
*Scrimgeour, John, 54 Commercial st. 
Shiell, James G. , 5 Bank street 
Simpson, George B. , 12 Bank street 
*Simpson, John, 87 Commercial street 
Slidders, Alfred A., 74 Commercial st. 
Smith, Alfred, 6 Panmure street 
Smith, H. Craigie, 69 Reform street 
*Smith, Robert, 9 Ward road 
Soutar, Charles, 11 AVhitehall street 
Soutar, John M. , 31 Reform street 
*Speed, Alexander, 45 Commercial st. 
*Stephen, William W. , 20 AVhitehall st. 
Steven, Robert, 7 AVard road 
Stevenson, John L., 46 Reform street 
Stewart, David, 61 Reform street 
*Stewart, D. Gordon, 10 Meadowside 
Still, Robert, 15 Albert square 
Strachan, John R. , 11 Murraygate 
*Thomson, James, 48 Union street 
^Thomson, John, 87 Commercial street 
*Thornton, John, 15 Albert square 
*Thornton, AVilliam, 15 Albert square 
*Tullis, Alex. Clark, 32 Bank street 
Tweedie, David J., 30 AVhitehall street 
Urquhart, James, 10 Reform street 
AValker, John, 10 Reform street 
AValker, Robert C, 5 AVhitehall street 
*AA r ears, T. M., 16 Bank street 
AAllkie, Joseph, 20 Reform street 
Young, D. O., 62 Seagate 


Dundee.— Thomas Gourlay, 5 Reform street ; John M 'Reran, 1 Church lane ; 
James S. Mills, 10 High street. 

Dundee.— Thos. Gourlay, 5 Reform street; John M 'Reran, 1 Church lane 
James S. Mills, 10 High street. 

FACTORY ACT— District Office, 13 Ward road.— H.M. Chief Inspector 
of Factories, Arthur Whitelegge, M.D., M.R.C.P., Home Office, London, S.W.; 
H.M. Superintending Inspector, J. S. Haitian d, Glasgow; H.H. District 
Inspector, T. C. Butler, 13 Ward road; Assistant Inspector, A. J. Owen; 
Certifying Surgeons, Alexander Campbell, M.D., Clarendon terrace; J. R. 
Lennox, Lochee. 

and 31 Bank street. J. H. Ferguson, Collector of Inland Revenue and Dis- 
tributor of Stamps; R. Armstrong (Stamps and Taxes), H. Dalton (Excise), 
Principal Clerks; J. A. R. Crouch and L. C. Hooper, Clerks. Office 
—31 Bank street. Hours— from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. ; and on Saturdays, 10 a.m. 
till 12 noon. 

L. J. Byrne, Supervisor; Colvin Crole, J. C. Shackleford, W. S. 
Waters, and T. Forrester, Officers. Office— 29 Bank street. 

G. C. Brown and T. W. Cooper, Surveyors of Taxes ; James H. Spankie, 
Assessor of Income Tax; Office— 29 Bank street. James M. M'Wee, 
32 Bank street, Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners. 


Agreement, or any Memorandum of an Agreement, ... ••- 6d. 

Exemptions— Where the matter is not of the value of £5 ; Agreement foi 
the hire of any labourer, artificer, manufacturer, or menial servant ; re- 
lating to the sale of any goods, wares, or merchandise ; between the 
master and mariners of any ship for wages on any voyage from port to 
port in the United Ringdom. 
Instrument of Apprenticeship, ... ... •■• ... 2s6d, 

Bill of Exchange of any kind whatsoever (except a lank note) and Promissory 
Note of any kind whatsoever (except a bank note)— drawn, or expressed to be 
payable, or actually paid, or endorsed, or in any way negotiated in the 
United Ringdom, where the amount or value of the money for which the 
bill or note is drawn or made 

Does not exceed £5, ... ...Id. 

Exceed £5, and not exceed £10,... 2d. 

„ 10, „ „ 25,. ..3d. 

25, „ „ 50,. ..6d. 

Exceed £50, and not exceed £75,... 9d, 
„ 75, „ „ 100 Is. 

,, 100, for every £100, and 
for any fractional part of £100 Is, 

Conveyance or Transfer on Sale of any property where the amount oi 

value of the consideration for the sale does not exceed £5, 

Exceed £5, not ex. £10, 














J J 



J J 





Exceed £125, not ex. £150, 

Is 6d. „ 150, 

2s. „ 175, 

2s 6d. „ 200, 

5s. „ 225, 

7s 6d. „ 250, 

10s. „ 275, 

12s 6d. I „ 300, 
any fractional part of £50, of such amount or value, 
Lease or Tack — (1.) For any definite term not exceeding a year : — 

Of any dwelling-house or tenement, or part thereof, at a rent not exceeding 
the rate of £10 per annum, ... ... ... •- Id. 



. 17s 6d 

£1 2s 6d 
. £1 5s 
£1 7s 6d 
. £1 10s 



for every £50, ane 
5s i 



(2. ) For any definite term less than a year : — 
(a. ) Of any furnished dwelling-house or apartments where the rent for such 

term exceeds £25, ... ... ... ... ... 2s 6d. 

(b. ) Of any lands or heritable subjects except or otherwise than as aforesaid, 

the same duty as a lease for a year at the rent reserved for the definite 

(3.) For any other definite term or for any indefinite term, of any lands or 
heritable subjects, where the consideration or any part thereof consists of 
any money, stock, or security, in respect of such consideration, the same 
duty as a conveyance on a sale for the same consideration. 

Where the consideration or any part thereof is yearly or otherwise, 

Term not ex- Above 35 but 

ceeding 35 years not above 

or indefinite. 100 years. 

snt not exceeding 




... £0 3 

)ove £5, and not above £10, ... 


... 6 

„ io, „ 

„ 15, ... 



... 9 

I 15, 

„ 20, ... 


... 12 

% 20, 

,, ijO, 



... 15 

» 25, 

„ 50, ... 


... 1 10 

fa 50, 

„ 75, ... 



... 2 5 

fa 75, 

„ 100, ... 


... 3 

here the same 

shall exceed 

£100, th en for 

every £50, and 

for any fractional part of £50, 5 

1 10 















4 10 




(4.) Of any other kind whatsoever not hereinbefore described, 

[Estate Duty. — When the net value (excluding fractions of £100) of all 
loperty, real or personal, settled or not settled, 

I cceeds £100 and does not exceed £500, Duty 1 percent. 

I „ £500 „ . ,, £1000, „ 2 

1 „ £1000 „ „ £10,000, „ 3 

„ £10,000 ,, „ £25,000, „ 4 

,, £25,000 „ „ £50,000, „ 4£ 

:These duties are chargeable upon estates of all persons dying after 1st 
.igust 1894. Legacy duty, as shown below, payable in addition, except that 
restate does not exceed £1000 net no legacy duty chargeable. 

'.jties on Legacies, &c. Duty per cent. 

Brother or sister, or descendants, ... ... ... ... £3 

Uncle or aunt, or descendants, ... ... ... ... ... 5 

;Gl-randuncle or aunt, or descendants, ... ... ... .. 600 

• All other relations or strangers, ... ... ... ... ... 10 

':ceipt given for, or upon payment of, money amounting to £2 

■dt upwards, ... ... ... ... ... ... Id. 

'Ivting Paper. Any instrument for the purpose of voting by 

\ my person entitled to vote at any meeting, ... Id, 

( 56 ) 



Bank op Scotland— Office, 34 Keform street — W. G. Leggat, Agent 
James Suttie, Accountant ; J. B. Terrace, Accountant ; M. Goldel 
J. M. Tawse, and Robert Mailer, Tellers. Victoria Street Branch— I 
Mackenzie, Agent. London Office — Bishopsgate street, E.G. London Corr<i 
spondents — CoUtts & Co. ; and Bank of England. 

British Linen Company Bank — Office, 83 Murraygate — J. Gibson, Ageni 
W. A. Elgood, Sub-Agent ; J. M. Lowe, Accountant ; A. Balfour Walker an 
John Brought, Tellers. "Westport Branch — James Ireland, Agent ; James £ 
Fowler, Teller. Nethergate Branch — Peter Kerr, Agent; James Parkmai 
Teller. Victoria Road Branch— J. A. Edward, Agent ; John Carr, jun 
Teller. London Office, 41 Lombard street, E.C. Agents— Bank of Englani 
London, and Branches ; Smith, Payne, & Smiths, London ; Bank of Irelani 
Dublin, and Branches. 

The National Bank of Scotland, Limited— Office, Bank buildings, \ 
Reform street — John H. Alexander, Agent ; John Colville, Assistant Ageni 
John Rogers, Accountant ; James D. Graham, Thomas Duncan, and D. ! 
Mitchell, Tellers. Branch Office, 115 Hilltown— David P. Scott, Agen 
Bank's London Office — 37 Nicholas lane, E.C. Bankers in London : City- 
Bank of England, Glyn Mills Currie & Co. ; Union of London and Smitl 
Bank, Limited ; West End — Coutts & Co. 

Royal Bank of Scotland — Chief Office, 3 High street — William Stewai 
Agent; Alex. Wallace, Accountant; James Stewart, James Cree, and Artln 

B. Russell, Tellers. Branches — 51 Murraygate— James Walker, Agent ; Wr 

C. Cochrane, Accountant. 22 King street — Robert M. Brodie, Agent; Jol 
M'Nab, Accountant. 36 Westport — Henry Wyse, Agent ; Chas. Jamieso 
Accountant. 260 Perth road — Henry Wyse, Agent; John Aitchison, Accountar 
9 Strathmartine rd. — W. R. Scott, Agent ; James Low, Accountant. Bank 
London Office— 123 Bishopsgate st., Within, E.C. London Correspondents • 
Coutts & Co., The Bank of England, and Barclay & Co., Ltd., Pall Mall, E j 

The Commercial Bank op Scotland, Limited— Office, Commercial Bai 
buildings, 85 Commercial street— John Lowson and D. M. Nisbet, Joint Ageni 
James Simmers, Accountant ; William Walker and Charles Wilson, Telle) 
London Office, 62 Lombard street. Agents in London — London and Wei 
minster Bank, Limited, and Coutts & Co. 

The Clydesdale Bank, Limited— Office, Clydesdale Bank building 
High street. William Bremner, Agent ; John A. Greig, Accountant ; Jan: 
Watson and Thomas Landsman, Tellers. Agents in London — The Clydesdf 
Bank, Limited, 30 Lombard street. 

Union Bank op Scotland, Limited — Office, 2 Panmure street — Jan 
Shand, Agent ; Andrew Robertson, Accountant ; Andrew Laurie, Tell 
London Agents— Union Bank of Scotland, 62 Cornhill, E.C. 

Town and County Bank, Limited — 5 Albert square — James Low, Agen 
John Mark, Accountant. London Agent — The London Joint-Stock Bank. 

North op Scotland Bank, Limited — 24 High street (top of Cricht 
street)— Robert Murray, Agent ; Robt. Paxton, Accountant ; E. S. Gardno 
Teller. London Agent — Union of London and Smith's Bank, Limited. 

Dundee Savings Bank. — Head Office, 2 Euclid street. Open Daily, i 
Deposits and Payments, from 10 till 3 o'clock (with the exception of Monde ] 
when the hours are 9 till 3, and of Saturday, when the office is closed at j 
o'clock), and, for deposits only, on Wednesday evening, from 6 till 8 o'clo< 
and on Saturday evening, from 5 till 8 o'clock. Branch Offices — 1 Stirli 
street, and 55 High street, Lochee (open daily from 10 till 3 o'cloc 
and, for deposits only, on Monday and Saturday evenings from 6 till 8 o'cloc 


Arbroath road, and 181 Hawkhill (open daily from 10 till 3 o'clock and, for 

■posits only, on Tuesday and Saturday evenings from b till 8 o clock); ti 

Jrt street, Broughty Ferry (open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 

enings from G till 8 o'clock for deposits and payments). 

le l Robert B. Don, Chairman of the Committee of Management ; Alexander 

3 Gilroy, Deputy-Chairman; Bank of Scotland, Treasurer; John Miln, 

Tikuary; Arch. W. Sturrock, Cashier; Vaness C. Baird, Accountant, 

i'PosT Office Savings Bank— Open from 8 a.m. till 9 p.m. Branch Office— 
,i Lstomhouse buildings; open from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. till 2 
„ L. Receiving Offices— At 125a Nethergate, 128 Hilltown, 90 King street, 16 
jirbroath road, 268 Perth road, 142 Scouringburn, 76 Hawkhill, 28 Duiidonald 
street, 183 Blackness road, 27 Strathmartine road, 343 Clepmgtoii road, 
1.1 Victoria road, 161a Albert street, 12 Ferry road, 156 Lochee road, 
tfll Murray gate, 7 Dock st., and at 5 Union place and 64 High st., Lochee;. 
tj jso at Downfield ; open fr om 8 a.m. till 8 p.m. 


l,i bstainers and General 

$J. D. Cruickshank, 27 Albert street, 

! District Inspector 
" lliance Assurance Co., Ld. (Life, Fire) 
ipand & Whyte, 23 Panmure st. , Dist. Agts. 
If Joseph J. Barrie & Co. , 10 Panmure st. 

iShiell & Small, 5 Bank street 

f jtlas (Fire and Life) 
■fG. C. Keiller, 9 Panmure st., Dist. Agent 
rii John Methven, 3Ryl. Exch. pi., Dist. Agt. 
MA. Willison, 72 Ward road, Dist. Agent 
:( UGeo. Gumming, 1 Royal Exchange place 
..i'Corrie, Mackie, &Co., 1 Royal Exch. pi. 
IJ. T. Steele, 10 Panmure street 
jf A. Ogilvie & Co.. 31 Albert square 
: - iRollo & Steven, 7 Ward road 
British Engine, Boiler, and Electrical 
'jllate Engine, Boiler, and Enrp. Liability) 
t'if Agent— P. D. Mitchell, 108 Commercial 
f|| street. Engineers— D. D. Archer, 2 
■ Buckingham terrace; and R. L. Bell, 
20 Park avenue ; Electrical Engineer 
1 _c. C. Stewart, Windsor terrace, 
'■ West Ferry 

1 British Homes Assur. Corpn. Ltd. 
' j Dist. Office, 41 Reform st.; J. Clacherty, 
District Manager 

kitish and Irish Plate Glass 

■ David Thomson, 8 Bank st., Dist. Agent 

I, Max Paulsen, 36 Gellatly street 

f A. Y. High, 19 Bain square 

I James Barnet, 4 William street 

f G. B. Simpson, 12 Bank street 

I Charles M'Kinlay, 16 City road 

A. G. Scott, 12 Garland place 
I J. G. Lawson, 30 Reform street 
\ T. M. Wears, 16 Bank street 
f Gowans & Buick, 15 Castle street 
: James Miller, 9 Ward road 
I! Charles Maxwell, Anstruther 
f, Andrew Robertson, Tayport 
\ Fred Lowe, 21 Reform street 
i M' Walter & Lennox, 41 Reform street 

British Key and Property Registry 

Dundee Branch, 19Milnbankroad; John 
Don, District Manager 
British Legal (Life) 

J. Galloway, jun., and D. Galloway,. 
19 King street, District Managers 
British Life 

R. D. L. Keith, 14 Barrack st., Supdt. 
Britannic (formerly called British 
Workman's and General) 

John Harper, 23 Panmure street, Supt.. 

A. Ross, 40 Cleghorn st., Assist. Supt. 

D. Lindsay, 13 Rosefield street 

J. Scanlon, 8 Cardean street 

G. Patterson, 20 Dura street 

A. B. Lindsay, 47 Yeaman shore 

G. Cowie, 40 Cleghorn street 

J. Walls, S4 South road, Lochee 

D. Roberts, 9 Arthur street 

J. M'Dade, 80 Lift Road, Lochee 
Caledonian (Fire & Life) 

Office, 35 Albert square — 
J. L. C. Bartlet, Secretary 
Caledonian (Plate Glass) 

R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street 

John Birrell, 1 Ford's lane 

James S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial street 

F. Norton Andrews, 6 Euclid crescent, 
Local Manager 


G. Smith, 15 Castle street, Res. Secretary 
Gowans & Buick, 15 Castle street 
James T. Steele, 10 Panmure street 

P. F. & J. Husband, 27 Bank street 
Tims. Keenan, 104 Commercial street 
Reid, Johnston, & Co., 34 Reform street 
James Cram, 16 Euclid crescent 
David Stewart, 61 Reform street 
James A. Anderson, 29 Panmure street 
Andrew Air, Queen st., Bro'ty Ferry 
James Grant, 25 Barrack street 
David Duncan & Son, 41 Reform street 



City of Glasgow (Life) 

A. D. Fleming, 7 Panmure street 
A. J. Murdoch, 46 Castle street 
Robert Smith, 9 Ward road 
John Bisset, 2 India buildings 
John Simpson, 87 Commercial street 
Gray, Robertson, & Smith, 69 Reform 

John R. Walker, 10 Duff street 
Alexander Laird, 4 Royal Exchange pi. 
John Bartholomew, 12 Bank street 
Edward Cowan, 4 High street 
Mackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert square 

C. T. Godfrey, 73 Cowgate 

James Strachan, 20 Whitehall street 
J. A. & T. Graham, 104 Commercial st. 
J. H. Alexander, National Bank 

Colonial Mutual (Life) 

H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 

T. C. Boyd, 3 Seagate 

G. B. Carmichael, 54 Commercial street 

D. M'Gregor, 9 Commercial street 
J. G. Gilchrist, 9 Ward road 

J. B. Harris, 13 Ward road 

J. G. Lawson & Co. , 30 Reform street 

Anderson, Gardner, Hepburn, & Co., 10 

David Clarke, 31 Reform street 
Charles Barrie & Son, 49 Meadowside 
John Willison, 72 Ward road 
D. & J. Nicol, 59 Dock street 
J. M. Mitchell, 39 Dock street 
Alex. A. Melville, 18 Dock street 
James Thomson, 48 Union street 
William Stuart, 4 High street 
Andrew B. Myles, 9 Nelson street 
Dan Henderson, Royal Bank, Lochee 

Commercial Union (Fire, Life, Accident) 
Dundee Branch Office, 12 Victoria 
chambers ; A. S. Fraser, Local Manager 

County (Fire) 

Alex. Tosh & Son, 11 Reform street 
Fleming & Haxton, 76 High street 
Sturrock & Morrison, 43 Nethergate 
Arch. Galloway, 36 Ferry road 

Dundee and District Mutual Glass 
Wm. Young, President. A. J. Murdoch, 
Manager, 46 Castle street 

Economic (Life) 

Alex. Simpson, 122 Nethergate 
David Don, 104 Commercial street 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 

Edinburgh (Life), 56 Commercial st. 
D. A. Maxwell, Res. Sec. Chief Agents — 
Wm. Bremner, Clydesdale Bank Ld. 
John Lowson, Commercial Bank Ld. 
D. M. Nisbet, Commercial Bank Ld. 
John Gibson, British Linen Co. Bank 
AVilliam C. Dickson, 20 Castle street 
James Shand, Union Bank, Panmure 

Employers' Liability 
B. L. Nairn & Co., 33 Commercial stret 

District Agents 
W. & R. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street 
J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings 
J. & H. Pattullo, 1 Bank street 
J. W. Shepherd, 49 Meadowside 
James Nicoll & Co., 70 Seagate 
J. L. Kidd, 59 Dock street 
James T. Steele, 10 Panmure street 
Alexander Ross, 11 Whitehall street 
Wm. Kinnear & Co. , 18 Commercial slsj 
P. D. Mitchell, 108 Commercial street ■ 
Mackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert squari] 
David Clarke, 31 Reform street 
John Rattray, 20 Reform street 

English & Scottish Law (Life) 
Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 Albert s! 
James Logie & Co., 67 Reform street | 
P. D. Mitchell, 108 Commercial street 
Watt, Donald, & Co., 23 High street 
Rollo & Steven, 7 Ward road 
William Nixon, 10 Whitehall street 
John Harris, 23 High street 

Equitable Life (of United States) 
John Lang, 31 Albert square, Distri 

Fine Art and General 
Thomson, Fearns, & Co., 57 Meadowsi 
John Willison, 72 Ward road 

General Accident 
J. Graham Watt, 17 Albert sq., Res. Se 

General, The (Life) 

B. L. Nairn & Co., 33 Commercial stree 
District Agents 
General Plate Glass 

T. C. Boyd, 3 Seagate, District Manag 

Gresham (Life) 
Charles Scrymgeour, 84 Commerci 

street, District Agent 
Robert Hunter, 11 Barrack street 
Marshall & Johnston, 14 St Clement's lai 
James M. M'Wee, 32 Bank street 
James Sibbald, 25 Commercial street 
Anderson, Gardner, Hepburn, & Co., 

James Cram, 16 Euclid crescent 
James Ireland, B. L. Bank, 39 Westpo 
T. C. Boyd, 3 Seagate 
William Cowley, King Street Calender 
Max Paulsen, 36 Gellatly street 
A. M. Smith, 2 Royal Exchange place 

Guardian (Fire, Life, Accident, an] 
H. S. Dickson, 7 Bell st., Dist. Inspectt 

Hand-in-Hand (Fire and Life) 
Branch Office, 1 Royal Exchange courl ! 
John Thobaven, Resident Inspector ; 

Imperial (Fire) 
Robert Paxton, 24 High street 



lperial Accident, Live Stock, and 
! General 

leorge Rollo, S Panmure street, District 

ames S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial street 
kndrew Willison, 72 Ward road 

|jw Accident 
V. L. Clark, 11 Whitehall street, Branch 

f. &. J. Scrimgeour, 54 Commercial st. 
tfackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert square 
lollo & Steven, 7 Ward road 
William Nixon, 10 Whitehall street 
i.. J. Murdoch & Son, 46 Castle street 
ames Fettes, Marguerite villa, West 

Clepington road 
ames Nicoll & Co., 70 Seagate 
;tevenson & Johnston, 46 Reform street 
t. D. L. Keith, 14 Barrack street 
I Murray, North of Scotland Bank 
I C. Boyd, 3 Seagate 
i. F. Burke, 49 Murraygate 
). Henderson, Royal Bank, Lochee 
ames Grant, 25 Barrack street 

w, Guarantee, and Trust 

Vm. Lawson Clark, 11 Whitehall street 

,] w Union and Crown 
V. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 Whitehall st. , 
and Geo. Brodie Paul, 4 High street, 
Joint District Managers 

jjienses Insurance and Guarantee 
ames Grant, 25 Barrack street 

I'e Association of Scotland 
Jranch Office, 5 Reform street— G. W. B. 
' Kerr, District Secretary. Agents — 
•hield & Kj T d, 1 Albert square 
1 G. Kennedy, 10 Panmure street 
ohn Nicoll, 5 Bain square 
inderson, Gardner, Hepburn, & Co., 10 
, Meadowside 

William Fyffe, Dundee Foundry 
■eorge B. Carmichael, 54 Commercial st. 
|V. C. Dickson, 20 Castle street 
!homas Keenan, 104 Commercial street 
ames Strachan, 20 Whitehall street 
Jill & M'Gregor, 18 Meadowside 
tobert Black, Tofthill cottage, Lochee 
). Henderson, Royal Bank, Lochee 
V. L. Robertson, 6 Panmure street 
ohn Douglas, Coui'ier Office 
ames Grant, 25 Barrack street 
f. Grafton Lawson, 30 Reform street 
\ H. B. Rorie, 33 Albert square 

te and Health 

A. & T. Graham, 104 Commercial st., 

i f District Agents 
ieorge C. Douglas, 41 Reform street 
dfred W. Carlisle, 54 Commercial street 
irodie & Buchan, 3 King's road 

Liverpool and London and Globe (Fire, 
Life, and Annuities) 
District Office, 4S Bell street 
John W. Shepherd, 49 Meadowside 
William Pattullo, 62 St Andrew's street 
James Buchan, 3 King's road 
Thomas C. Boyd, 3 Seagate 
Hubert Carlton, 14 Union street 

Liverpool and London Plate Glass 
James Fettes, Marguerite villa, West 
Clepington road, District Manager 

Liverpool Victoria Legal Friendly 
A. Beharie, 72 Bell street, District 

R. Winter, 4 Roslin terrace 

London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow 
M. Cairns, 74 Commercial street 

London Guarantee and Accident 
A. D. Fleming, 7 Panmure street 
James Cram, 16 Euclid crescent 
W. & A. W. Stiven, 61 Reform street 
James Allison, 61 Reform street 
W. & R. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street 
James Thomson, 48 Union street 
W. B. Simson, The Elms, Bro'ty Ferry 
J. M. Watson, 10 Panmure street 
David Clarke, 31 Reform street 
Alex. C. Tullis, 32 Bank street 
John G. Sibbald, 25 Commercial street 

A. F. Burke, 49 Murraygate 
Kilgour, M'Crae, & Strachan, 11 Murray- 

John M. Soutar, 31 Reform street 
James Miller, 9 Ward road 
Lawrence Melville, 61 Reform street 
W. C. Dickson, 20 Castle street 
James Strachan, 20 Whitehall street 
George C. Keiller, 9 Panmure street 
London and Lancashire (Fire and 
Branch Office, 8 Panmure street ; George 
Rollo, Res. Secretary ; J. J. Lamont, 
Resident Inspector. Dundee Board of 
Directors — James Carmichael, J. B. 
Grimond, W. F. Soutar. 
London and North British Plate Glass 
J. R. Wilson, 16 Meadowside, District 

Rollo & Steven, 7 Ward road 
J, G. Sibbald, 25 Commercial street 

C. Ovver & Co., 70 Seagate 

H. H. Watson, 5 Whitehall street 
P. Burns, 2 Logieside, Coupar street, 

B. L. Nairn & Co., 33 Commercial street 

D. Thomson, 8 Bank street 
James Peters, 71 Wellgate 

James Stewart, 25 South road, Lochee 
Gowans & Buick, 15 Castle street 
J. G. Gilchrist. 9 Ward road 
George Rollo, 8 Panmure street 
Hunter, J. & J., 69 Reform street 



T. G. Lawson, 12 Bank street 
William Greig, 4 Elizabeth street 
James Gordon, 30 Reform street 

C. Scrymgeour, 84 Commercial street 
William Watt, 62 Blackness road 

R. D. L. Keith, 14 Barrack street 
John Reid, 244 Clepington road 

Marine and General Mutual Life 
J. Robertson Wilson, 18 Commercial 
street, District Agent. 

National Boiler 
G. C. Douglas & Co., 41 Reform street 

National Burglary- 
George Rollo, 8 Panmure St., Dist. Agt. 

National Guarantee and Suretyship 

D. S. Littlejohn, Son, & Scott, 27 Bank st. 

National Insurance Co. of Great 
Britain, Ltd. (Fire, Accident, 
Burglary, and Plate Glass) 
Dundee Branch Offices, 25 Albert square ; 
William Brownlee, Resident Director ; 
Archd. F. Rae, Resident Secretaiy 

National Live Stock 

W. L. Clark, 11 Whitehall street, Branch 

National Mutual (Life) 
J. C. Smith & Co., 4 India buildings 

New York Life 

W. M. Martin, 4 India buildings, District 

North British and Mercantile (Fire, 
Burglary, Life, and Annuities) 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure street ; T. E. 
Suttie, Local Secy. 

North of Scotland Plate Glass 
R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street, 
District Manager 

Northern (Accident) 
Mackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert square 
M'Intyre & Grant, 13 Albert square 
J. R. Wilson, 18 Commercial street 

Northern Assurance (Fire and Life) 
Head Office in Dundee, Northern 
Assurance buildings, 110 Commercial 
street. Dundee Board of Directors — 
Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart., 
Chairman ; J. W. Barty, Edward Cox, 
John M. Hendry, Wm. Japp, Andw. 
Whitton. Secretary — Wm. Pringle 

Northern Plate Glass 
J. S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial street, Dis- 
trict Manager 
A. & R. Lickley, 30 Reform street 
James Thomson, 48 Union street 
Richard Black, 107 Logie street, Lochee 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 

Norwich and London (Accident ai 
Employers' Liability) 

John Ferguson, 9 Royal Exchange Ian 
Norwich Union Fire 

J. R. Wilson, 16 Meadowside, Dist. Mang j 

Norwich Union Life 
J. R. Wilson, 16 Meadowside, Distr 
Manager ; W. Roger Allan, Dist. Ins 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee 
A. Willison. 72 Ward road 
Fleming & Haxton, 76 High street 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 
James Fettes, Marguerite villa, W<> 

Clepington road 
William Young, 2 Forebank terrace 

Patriotic (Fire, Life, Employe: 
Liability, Fidelity Guaranty 
Chief Office for Scotland, lOlStVince 
street, Glasgow ; John Sime, Reside j 
Manager. Dundee Office, 33 Alb< 
sq.; T. S. Pattullo & Co., Res. SeH 

Pearl Life 

C. J. M'Alister and P. Bell, Pes 
buildings, 30 Meadowside, Distr 

Pelican and British Empire (Life) I 
J. S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial st., Se< j 

D. G. Stewart, 10 Meadowside 

Phcenix (Fire) 
D. G. Stewart, 10 Meadowside 

Profit and Income Insur. Co. (Ltd). 
Indemnity against Loss of Profit aj 
Interruption of Business through F j 
and other Insurances — Head Office:] 
Scotland, 142 St Vincent st., Glasgo j 
Agent, Edward Cowan, 4 High stre> 

Provident (Life) 
Joseph Gibson & Co., 26 Commercial :| 
Alex. Tosh, 11 Reform street 


District Office, Prudential buildinl 
31 Albert square ; William Bell a j 
Thomas M'Clure, Superintendents J 
Assistant Superintendents— 
W. Reid, 69 Strathmartine road 
T. Archibald, 16 Fleuchar street 
W. M. Doig, Heron's lane, Lochee 
J. Taylor, 137 Clepington road 
J. O. Beattie, Brotchie pi., Bro'ty Fe { 
J. Cargill, 45 Dens road 
D. T. Ellis, 242 Clepington road 
J. Passmoore, 3 Ellen street 


Isaac Jones, 11 Murray! 

;ate, Superinl 



egent (Fire) 

P. F. & J. Husband, 27 Bank street, 
Local Managers 

ock (Life) 

Eric A. Butter.10 Reform st.,Insp. of Ag'ts. 
IjiJohn Colville, 5 Larch street 

A. H. Buglass, 3 Seagate 
liiD. Clarke, 31 Reform street 
MJ. P. Ferrier, 2 Hilltown 
hj. & J. Hunter, 69 Reform street 

Kilgour, M'Crae, & Strachan, 11 Mur- 
ilG. B. "Simpson, 12 Bank street 
}■! C. Soutar, 11 Whitehall street 
I J. M. Soutar, 31 Reform street 
[j!C. B. Anderson, 30 Whitehall street 

.T. J. M'Lean Laing, 30 Whitehall street 
I'G. B. Carmichael, 54 Commercial street 

fjoyal (Fire and Life) 
I Dundee Branch Offices, 97 and 99 Com- 
I mercial street ; Local Board of Direc- 
tors — George A. Gilroy, Chairman ; 
George Methven Cox, J. J. Johnstone, 
VV. K. Macdonald, Alex. Scott, James 
Wilkie. Resident Secy— John Leslie 

E»yal Exch. Assur. Corporation (Fire, 
Sea, Life, Employers' Liability, 
Personal Accidents, and Burglary) 

I J. A. Tombazis, Manager, 30 Meadowside 

koyal Liver Friendly Society 

Ik J. L. Beswick, Dist. Mngr. , 73Murraygate 

f|,oyal London Friendly Society 

f ! J. Guthrie, 74 Murraygate, Superintndt. 

'sottish Amicable (Life) 
i Andrew Hendry & Son, 39 Murraygate 
IMackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert square 
| Pollock & Smith, 6 Panmure street 

icottish Boiler Insurance and Engine 
Inspection Company, Limited 

■ A. Willison, 72 Ward road, Dist. Agent 
W. & R. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street 

i J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings 
, Wm. Kinnear & Co., 18 Commercial st. 
! A. J. Murdoch, 46 Castle street 

Scottish Employers' Liability & Ace. 

■ A. J. Murdoch, 46 Castle street 
W. B. Morrison, 10 Panmure street 
W. P. Butchart, 81 Murraygate 

E. Cowan, 4 High street 

cottish Equitable (Mutual, Life) 
Office, 6 Panmure street. Dundee Board 
I of Reference — William Arnot, John N. 
Kyd, P. Spence Mudie, Henry Coates, 
Patrick Hunter. Wm. Simpson, Dis- 
trict Secretary 

cottish Legal Life 

j E. H. Porter, 19 Cowgate, Dist. Manager 

Scottish Life 
David Buttar, 45 Commercial street, 

Resident Secretary 
George C. Keiller, 9 Panmure street 
James Cram, 16 Euclid crescent 
H. T. Baxter, S7 Commercial street 
James Thomson, 48 Union street 
Stephen Ower, 4 Royal Exchalige place 
John G. Calder, 20 Castle street 
Mackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert square 
Bell & 'Henderson, 10 Whitehall street 
Robert Murray, North of Scotland Bauk 
John Harris, 23 High street 
D. M'Gregor Fleming, 38 Whitehall st. 
J. & E. Shepherd, 31 Panmure street 
Stephen L. Baxter, SI Murraygate 
Jas. Anderson, Victoria cot., Downfield 
W. D. Macdougall, 5 Bank street 
J. Hunter Gumming, 1 Bank street 
Reid. Johnston, & Co., 34 Reform street 
John M. Soutar, 31 Reform street 
James Urquhart, 10 Reform street 
J. G. Gilchrist, 9 Ward road 
James Grant, 25 Barrack street 
David Clarke, 31 Reform street 
W. Campbell Scarlett, 21 Reform st. 
Rollo & Steven, 7 Ward road 
Kilgour, M'Crae, & Srachan, HM'gate. 
Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street 
Frederick J. Robertson, 26 Castle st. 
George B. Simpson, 12 Bank street 
James R. Blair, 31 Albert square 
M'Walter & Lennox, 41 Reform street 
John C. Crabbe, 26 Commercial street 
A. Fordyce Burke, 49 Murraygate 
Alfred A. Slidders, 74 Commercial street 
George Myles, 45 Commercial street 
R. Lindsay Robertson, 69 Reform street 
Fredrick Lowe, 21 Reform street 
John S. M'Walter, 10 Reform street 
T. J. M'Lean Laing, 30 Whitehall street 

Scottish National Key Registry 
David Don, 104 Comm'l st., Resdt. Secy 

Scottish (Plate Glass) 
J. Rattray, 50 Barrack st., Dist. Manager 
Alex. Esplin, Son, & Clark, 7 Cowgate 
Robert Hunter, 11 Barrack street 
Hutton & Tough, 61 Reform street 
William Ogilvie, 46 Barrack street 
David Duncan & Son, 41 Reform street 
Islay B. Murray, 42 Barrack street 
J. G. Gilchrist, 9 Ward road 
W. A. Mitchell, 21 Reform street 
J. Miller, 9 Ward road 
W. Ross, Monifieth 
A. C. Tullis, 32 Bank street 
F. J. M'Kenzie, 11 Barrack street 
Alex. Neish, 31 Reform street 
J. S. Buchan, 17 Barrack street 

Scottish Provident Institution (Life) 
Local Board of Referees— V. Fraenkl, A. 
Gilroy, T. Bell, Prof. Steggall, W. N. 
Walker, Principal Donaldson, John 



Leadbetter, Thomas Maitland, P. S. 
Brown, Win. Low. John W. Shepherd, 
Scottish Provident buildings, 49 
Meadowside, Resident Secretary ; 
P. Rosie, Dist. Inspector. Agents — 
Bell & Henderson, 10 Whitehall street 
R. Murray, North of Scotland Bank, Ltd. 

E. Cowan, 4 High street 

Moody Stuart & Robertson, 9a Ward rd. 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 12 Meadowside 

F. D. Stewart Sandeman, 2 Baltic bldgs. 
Stevenson & Johnston, 46 Reform street 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 
David Clarke, 31 Reform street 

Scottish Temperance (Life & Accident) 
James Cram, 16 Euclid crescent 
John Macnab, Royal Bank, King- street 
Reid, Johnston, & Co., 34 Reform street 
Wm. C. Norrie, 11 Shore terrace 
Robert M. Hendry, 39 Murraygate 
Thos. C. Boyd, 3 Seagate 
S. G. Fraser, 17 Hospital wynd 
Jas. Ireland, B. L. Bank, 39 Westport 
J. G. Gilchrist, 9 Ward road 
John M'Millan, Tay Bridge Station 
John Pellow, Wallace court 
D. Lawson, 14 Whitehall crescent 
John Kirk, 226 Lochee road 
P. S. Nicoll, 65 Trades lane 

G. B. Carmichael, 54 Commercial street 

Scottish Union and National (F. & L.) 
Branch Office, 41 Albert square ; A. K. 
Maxwell, Resident Secretary 

Scottish United Keform (Friendly) 
W. F. Ford, 151 Lochee road, District 

Scottish Widows' Fund (Life) 
Honorary Directors— W. L. Boase, Ed- 
ward Cox, Walter Shepherd 
Principal Agent— John M. Watson, 10 

Panmure street. Agents— 
G. R. Donald, 23 High street 
Fergusson& Stephen, 20 Whitehall street 
J. J. Johnstone, 87 Commercial street 
George M. Kidd, 27 Panmure street 
Mackay, Irons, & Co., 13 Albert square 
T. Nicoll, 20 Airlie place 
Rollo & Steven, 7 Ward road 
James Shand, Union Bank, Panmure st. 
John Sinclair & Son, 16 Dock street 
J. Strachan, 20 Whitehall street 
R. C. Thomson, 11 Reform street 
James Urquhart & Walker, 10 Reform 

D. Whitton, North of Scotland Bank, 
Broughty Ferry 

Star Life Assurance Society 
James I. Grant, 10 Victoria chambers, 
District Manager 


State (Fire) 
Branch Office, 10 Panmure street ; , 
Rattray, District Manager. Lc , 
Directors — J. C. Methven, Chairms ' 
Henry M'Grady, David Johnst I 
Sir James Low, W. F. M. Ross, O. ' 

Sun (Fire) 
A. D. Fleming, 7 Panmure street 
A. M. Ferguson, 45 Commercial stret.j 

Union Assurance Society (Fire, Lfj 

Annuities, Accident, Burglaj 

and Fidelity Guarantee) 

Branch Office, 27 Panmure street ; j 

M. Kidd and W. F. Suttie, Local S< 

United Kingdom Temperance i 
General Life 
Archibald F.Rae,25 Albert sq., Dist. Ag 

Universal Key Registry 
R. S. Bonar, 61 Reform street, Secret t ]i 
and Manager 

Univei'sity Life 
James Thomson, 48 Union street 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street , 

Vulcan Boiler and General 
George Rollo, 8 Panmure st. , Dist. Ag 

Western Assurance Co. (Fire a J 
Incorporated 1851 by Royal Chai ! 
and Special Acts of Parliamei 
Revenue, £948,282 ; Claims Pi 
£7,654,499. Fire and Reinsura. 
Agency, Dundee District, Charles 
Berg, 4 Panmure street ; Fire i 
Marine Agency, Dundee Distr: i 
F. A. Hodgkinson & Co. , 2 Cornmen 
street ; Ludovic MacLeilan Ma: ; 
Manager for Scotland, 142 St Vine 
street, Glasgow. 

Westminster (Fire) 
H. B. Ireland, 3 Royal Exchange plac ! 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street \ 

Westminster and General (Life) 
H. T. Baxter, 87 Commercial street 

West of Scotland (Fire and Burgla j 
J. S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial st. , Dist. M j 
James Thomson, 48 Union street 
G. M. Crichton, 37 Exchange street 
T. S. Peebles, 103 High street, Loche( 


Branch Office, 3 Panmure street ; J. ! 
Stewart, Local Secretary 


Llliance Marine and General Assur- 


ance Co., Ltd., of London 
David Bruce & Co., 31 Albert square 

Jritish and Foreign Marine Insurance 

Co., Limited, of Liverpool 
David Bruce & Co., 31 Albert square 
George A. M'Laren, 3 India buildings 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., 

Limited, of London 
Charles Barrie & Son, 49 Meadowside 

jloyd's Marine Insurance 
Andrew Willison, 72 Ward road 

Joyd's Surveyors, 26 East Dock st. 
; W. Morrison, Surveyor for district of 

Dundee, Montrose, St Andrews, Tay- 

port, Arbroath, and Perth 

?he Marine Insurance Co. , Limited, of 

James Logie & Co., 67 Reform street 

Maritime Insurance Co., Limited, of 

James Logie & Co. , 67 Reform street 

Merchants Marine Insurance Company, 

Limited, of London 
David Bruce & Co. , 31 Albert square 

Royal Exchange Assurance, of London 
J. A. Tombazis, 30 Meadowside 

Standard Marine Insurance Co., Ld., 

of Liverpool 
W. 0. Taylor & Co., 83 Commercial street 

Ulster Marine Insurance Co., Limited 
Duncan Howie, 2 Taymouth terrace, 
Broughty Ferry 

Union Marine Insurance Co., Limited, 
of Liverpool 

James Logie & Co., 67 Reform street 


argentine Republic (Consul), 
telgium (Vice-Consul), 
Irazil (Vice-Consul), 
Jhili (Vice-Consul), 
Jolombia (Vice-Consul), 
)enmark (Vice-Consul), 
'ranee (Consular Agent), 
rerman Empire (Consul), 
Greece (Consular Agent), 
jtaly (Royal Consular Agent), 
Netherlands (Vice-Consul), 
'ortugal (Vice-Consul), ... ... ' 

tussia (Vice-Consul), 

ipain (Vice-Consul), 

Iweden and Norway (Vice-Consul), 

Jnited States (Consul), 

,, (Vice & Deputy Consul), 

Jruguay (Consul), 

Venezuela (Consul), 


Thomas Murdoch, 39 St Andrew's st. 
B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
D. Small, jun., 31 Albert square 
Geo. C. Keiller, 9 Panmure street 
J. B. Taylor, 11 Panmure street 
B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
James M. Gray, 69 Reform street 
L. Fr. Zoller, 10 Victoria chambers 
David Scott, 62 Seagate 

Joseph Gibson, 26 Commercial street 
John Nicoll, 5 Bain square 
Henry Wm. Renny, 2 Ryl. Exchange pi. 
I. Julius "Weinberg, 2 India buildings 
B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
John C. Higgins, 31 Murraygate 
Allan Baxter, 31 Murraygate 
William Kinnear, 18 Commercial street 
J. B. Taylor, 11 Panmure street 

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THE ALLIANCE TRUST CO., Ltd.— Directors, Thomas Maitlar 
Andrew Whitton, William L. Boase, James Guthrie, John Leadbette: 
Secretary, William Mackenzie, 13 Panmure street ; Law Agents, Thonr 
Thornton, Son, & Co. and L. TV. Mackenzie, W.S., Edinburgh; Audita. 
Moody Stuart & Robertson, C.A., and R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, C.A. 


Head Office, 13 Albert square ; Directors, Alexander Banks (Chairma; 

•George Speed, A. H. Brown, J. M. Matthew, Thomas Robb, John Baxt: 
David N. Milln, William Mitchell, jun. ; Bankers, The Bank of Scotlau: 
Manager and Secretary, D. MTntyre, C.A., 13 Albert square. 

DUNDEE JOINT STOCK COMPANY.— Established 1824.— David Arn, 
Preses; Jas. Thomson, Vice-Preses; Thos. G. Lawson, 12 Bank street, Factl 

Bankers, The Commercial Bank ; Solicitor, Hubert Carlton ; Surveyor, R. I 
Murray ; Secretary, James Cram, 16 Euclid crescent. Directors— 

First Society.— J. M. Cree, Chairman ; R. R. Lewis, T. B. Roberts, J. 
Duncan, Henry Drummond, John Roberts, William Farquharson, Alexanc 
Leighton, Peter Reid, George Brown. 

Second Society. — David Mathers, Chairman; J. Chaplin, J. S. Petrj 
J. M. Petrie, David Arnott, R. D. B. Ritchie, C. Mollison, John Swo:j 
William Farquharson, Robert Kermath. 

Third Society.— A. A. Paul, Chairman; G. Scrymgeour, Win. Doig, Da 1 ! 
Petrie, W. L. Kidd, A. Husband, R. Ross, J. G. Leslie, R. G. Niven, G. Kinno< ] 

Fourth Society. — A.White, Chairman; D. Mann, W. Martin, J. A. Sincla J 
A. Duncanson, G. Sword, D. G. Walker, J. Robertson, Alex. Scott, R. Blaj 

Fifth Society. — Alexander Duncanson, Chairman; J. L. Cumming, W| 
Farquharson, Robert Mitchell, R. G. Niven, Peter Reid, T. B. Roberj 
George Scrymgeour, J. A. Sinclair, Archibald White. 

(Chairman), James C. Ellis, David Smith, James S. Matthew, Wm. A. j 
Elder, John Kinmond ; Bankers, Royal Bank of Scotland; Solicitoj 
Gowans & Buick ; Surveyor, Robert Keith ; Auditor, Stephen M. Rae, CJl 
Members' Auditor. William Roy ; Secretary, Alex. Dewar, 15 Castle street ] 

Limited.— Office, 27 Bank street. Secretary, D. H. Littlejolm. 

William Black, William Ogilvie, John S. Buchan, W. A. Martin; Secretarl 
and Treasurers, D. S. Littlejohn, Son, & Scott, 27 Bank street ; Survey] 
John T. Maclaren; Auditors, Robert C. Thomson, Samuel A. Lair 
Bankers, The Clydesdale Bank, Limited. 

3 India buildings. Directors, James C. Methven, David Hume, Alex. Gilrc 
John Leadbetter ; Secretaries, G. A. M'Laren & Son. 

mistered Offices, 13 Albert square. Directors, David M'Intyre, Joj 
Robertson, David Wilkie (Kirriemuir) ; Secretary, A. Mackay, C.A. 

Directors, Edward Cox (Chairman), Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bail 
Alexander Gilroy, Robert B. Don ; London Correspondent, Robert Flemir j 
Secretary, Adam Hunter, 13 Albert square. 


Ddward Cox (Chairman), Sir Wm. Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart., Alex. Gilroy, 
". B. Don; London Correspondent, Robert Fleming; Secretary, Adam 

unter, 13 Albert square. 

lex. H. Moncur (Chairman), Robert Duke, D. R. Dawson, Wm. Henderson; 
.ecretaries, Moody Stuart & Robertson, C.A., 9a Ward road. 
)irectors, Alex. Gilroy (Chairman), Wm. Thomson, Geo. S. Lamb; Secretary, 
bhn W. Shepherd. Office — Scottish Provident buildings, 49 Meadowside. 

jmited. — Secretary, Lawrence Melville. Office — 61 Reform street. 
tegistered Office, 27 Bank street. Directors, John Couper, Joseph Philip, 
reorge Ritchie, James N. Smith ; Secretaries, P. F. & J. Husband ; 
.uditor, T. H. B. Rorie, C.A. 


| CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY.— Directors— Sir James Thompson, 
jrlasgow, Chairman; Sir James King, Bart., Campsie, Glasgow, Deputy - 
thairman ; Edward Cox, Cardean, Meigle ; Hon. G. R. Vernon, Auchans, 
Cilmarnock ; Right Hon. the Marquis of Breadalbane, K.G., Taymouth 
ffastle, Aberfeldy; R. W. B. Jardine, Bart., Castlemilk, Lockerbie; Sir Charles 
line Renshaw, M.P., Barochan, Houston; Hugh Brown, Glasgow; Lord 
I'ewlands, Mauldslie Castle, Lanarkshire ; Sir M. Mitchell-Thomson, Bart., 
fldinburgh; David Tod, Esq., Eastwood Park, Giff nock ; Lord Hamilton of 
iialzell, Dalzell, Motherwell; Henry Allan, Bothwell street, Glasgow; 
ifilliam Younger, Ravenswood, Melrose. 

Distance — Railway and Canal, 1270g miles open. 

Head Office— 302 Buchanan street, Glasgow— Robert Millar, General 
[[anager ; G. Calthrop, General Superintendent ; John Blackburn, 
secretary ; Archibald Hillhouse, General Goods Manager. 
| Dundee.— West Station, S. Union street— George Harvey, District 
iraffic Superintendent; D. Conacher, Goods Agent; James M'Naughton, 
•tation-Master. Magdalen Green Station— James Hill, Station-Master. 

J NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY COMPANY.— From Carlisle and Berwick 
i the South to Dundee, Perth, and Aberdeen in the North, and Fort-William 
I the West, including Branches, 1378 miles, Canal 32 miles.— Directors— 
? arl of Dalkeith, Chairman ; Henry Grierson, Glasgow ; Andrew K. M'Cosh, 
I lasgow ; Charles Carlow, Leven ; John Howard, 17 Victoria street, West- 
minster, S.W. ; John Inglis, L.L.D., Glasgow ; A. B. Gilroy, Dundee ; Henry 
1'iaclver, Tower buildings, Liverpool; Henry S. MacPherson, Glasgow; 
lex. C. Pirie, Aberdeen ; Harry G. Younger, Edinburgh ; Charles Poston, 
l.ighfield, Stevenage, Herts; H. T. Anstruther, M.P., St Andrews ; Alexander 
iimpson, C.E., Glasgow. 

Head Office— 23 Waterloo place, Edinburgh. W. F. Jackson, General 
i-anager ; D. Deuchars, Superintendent of the Line ; John Cathles, Secretary ; 
j>hn Martin, Assistant Secretary, Edinburgh. A. Rutherford, Chief Goods 
-anager, 4 West George street, Glasgow ; William Andrews, Assistant Chief 
pods Manager. John Stewart, Out-Door Goods Manager, Glasgow. James 
.ay, District Goods Manager, Edinburgh. 


Dundee. — Tay Bridge Station, South Union street — John A. Covent I 
Station- Master; W. Waldie, District Traffic Superdt. ; Geo. Doig, Goods Age: j 
John Macmillan,Pass. Agent. Esplanade Station — D. Rodger, Station-Masl-lj 

26 East Dock street, Dundee. Joint Committee — The Marquis of Breac j 
bane, Taymouth Castle, Aberfeldy ; Sir M. Mitchell Thomson, Edinburj \ 
Edward Cox, Cardean, Perthshire ; Alexander C. Pirie, Avonhurst, Boscorr. j, 
Bournemouth ; Charles Carlow, 20 Eglinton crescent, Edinburgh; A.. I 
Gilroy, Castleroy, Broughty Ferry. George G. Hamilton, Manager il 
Secretary ; D. Philp, Accountant. 

Dundee. — East Station, East Dock street — James Guild, Goods Supia 
tendent ; A. T. Hunter, Station-Master. 

EAST COAST RAILWAY.— Office, 15 South Union st. D. Bisset, Ag<:| 

MIDLAND RAILWAY.— Offices, 57 Meadowside, and Tay Bridge Stat::U 
W. J. Goodwin, District Agent. 

buildings. A. Allan, Agent for West Coast Railways. 

HACKNEY CARRIAGES.— Abstract of Bye-Laws enacted by the C M 
missioners of Folice for regulating Hackney Carriages. Stands: — 1. On N< I 
side of Cowgate, at its junction with King street. 2. On South side o: 1 
Dock street, at the West end of the Dundee and Arbroath Joint Rail' I 
Station. 3. On side of Victoria Dock quay, opposite the East end of i 
Customhouse. 4. On North-east end of Esplanade, beside Tay Bridge Stat jj 
5. On West side of South Union street, immediately to the South of B 
Caledonian Railway Station. 6. On the centre of the High street, immedia fe 
to the east of the Town House. 7. On the Nethergate street, betwixt T I 
street and South Lindsay street. 8. On East side of South Lindsay stn 1 
between Mid Kirk stile and the junction of South Lindsay street with Net! 
gate. 9. In North Lindsay street, North of Courier and Argus buildings 1 
West side. Additional Bye-Laws enacted that stances be made at — (1a) II 
East side of Euclid crescent, opposite Burns Statue and Fountain ; (2b) g 
East side of Euclid crescent, opposite High School grounds, on substitutioi fl 
Meadowside and South Ward road. 

Fares : — The following and no higher fares shall be charged : 

For any distance betwixt the High street stance, or the Meadowside st? a 
and any place within the area embraced within the place known as Lilyl 1 
Toll-bar and Taybank gate on the east, the places at which existed the Black 1 
and Logie toll-bars on the west, and Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, hea I 
Bonnethill, and Stobswell, on the north,— One Shilling : And should any H H 
ney Carriage be engaged at any stance or place other than either of the U 
before mentioned, the fare shall be only One Shilling for any distance trave jj 
within the said area, if not more than from either of said stances. The a 
shall also be One Shilling within the following circuit wheresoever within ! fl 
circuit the carriage may be engaged : namely, within a circuit commencin jl 
the foot of Shepherd's loan (Magdalen green), and passing by Shepherd's g 
to the junction of Hawkhill and Perth road, and thence by Hawkhill, fl 
Annfield road, Cherryfield, and Scouringburn, to the junction of Milnli 
road and Polepark road, and thence to Dudhope Free Church at Hi 
junction of Lochee road and Polepark road, and proceeding by Dudhope he k, 
Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, Constitution street, Rosebank street, Ml 
street, Cotton road, Laing street, and Dura street to Brown Constable st] % 
and thence by Lyon street, Raglan street, and Lower Lilybank to Brou; k 
Ferry road, and terminating on said Ferry road at Springhill or Cartjp 


In cases to which neither of the rules prescribed in the immediately pre- 

ding article may be applicable, the following shall apply, viz. — From any 

ace to any other place within five miles from the General Post Office of the 

■, ffrgh, if not more than a mile, One Shilling ; and for each additional half- 

I jile, or any part of a half-mile, Sixpence additional. 

4 pThe foregoing fares to apply to cases where the number of passengers does 
illt exceed four. If five passengers are carried, Sixpence extra, irrespective of 
\ lileage or distance, may be charged. In the case of children under twelve 
j,ars of age, two are to be reckoned and charged for as one adult. 
I When engaged by the hour in shopping or calls, the fares shall be, per hour 
p Lvo Shillings ; and when engaged by the hour in pleasure or country driving, 
ivo Shillings and Sixpence. 
% i When required to ply after eleven o'clock p.m. to twelve o'clock p.m., a fare 
'! ud a-half to be charged ; after twelve o'clock p.m. to five o'clock a.m., double 
at res ; after five o'clock a.m. till six o'clock a.m., a fare and a-half to be charged. 
Luggage not exceeding in weight 100 lbs. shall be taken free of charge; above 
It tat weight it shall be liable to a charge of Sixpence extra, 
i J Half fares to be charged for returning by the same carriage (when not engaged 
(i ■ time), but the carriage not to be detained beyond fifteen minutes, unless by 
Jreement. If a carriage be required to take up two or more parties at different 
' ( : aces, or to go out of the ordinary route betwixt two places, Sixpence extra 
||ay be charged. 

j When a carriage is called, but not used, a charge of Sixpence will be allowed 
af ;the place to which it is called be under half a mile from the nearest stand, 
'.d One Shilling if beyond said distance. 

Any party shall be entitled to withhold payment of the Fare : When the 
ime and Number are not painted outside, or when there is no card or plate 
side the carriage in terms of the Bye-Laws. When the Keference Ticket is 
t offered on being asked for. When the Bye-Laws, Table of Fares, and 
river's License, are not shown on demand ; and when an Overcharge is 

Persons contravening any of the foregoing Bye-Laws shall be liable (except in 
ecial cases where other penalties are hereinbefore stipulated) in a penalty 
t exceeding Five Pounds for each offence, but with power to the Judge to 
tnit the whole penalty. 

RAILWAY CARRIERS.— Mutter, Howey, & Co., Esplanade buildings, 
irting Agents for the North British Railway Coy., Dundee and Arbroath Joint 
ill way, and East Coast Railways, viz., North Eastern Railway Coy. and 
* ,!, eat Northern Railway Coy. — Forward and receive Goods to and from all 
jations in Scotland, England, and Ireland. Alexander Cameron, Manager. 

Wordie & Co., South Union st., Carting Agents for Caledonian, Dundee and 
fbroath Joint, Great North of Scotland, and Highland, Railway Companies 
Forward and receive Goods to and from all Stations in Scotland, England 
d Ireland. H. Pollock, Manager. 

tiftr. & P. Cameron, General Cartage Contractors and Agents for North 
itish Railway. Convey goods to and from all places in Scotland, England, 
'jland. Office, 17 and 18 S. Union street and Tay Bridge Station. John 
allace, Manager. 

Sutton & Co., General Carriers to all parts of the world. Agents of the 
jrman and Indian Parcel Post. James Cant, 26 Greenmarket, Agent. 

iPaterson's Traffic Express Co., General Carriers, and local Delivery 
;jents. — Agents for Carter Paterson, Ltd., London; Burgess & Co., Man- 
1 ester; Neale & Wilkinson, and Pitt & Scott, foreign parcel carriers. Daily 
spatehes to all parts. Offices, 5 Thorter row and 41 Castle street. 




Globe Parcel Express. — Parcels forwarded to and delivered from all j 
of the world. G. Montgomery, 64 High street, Agent. 

Dundee and Broughty Ferry Parcel Express. — The Van leaves East ] 
street, Broughty Ferry, at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.; and 64 High street, Dunde 
11 A.M. and 4.30 p.m. G. Mackie, Proprietor. 

Stewart's Broughty Ferry and Dundee Parcel Express. — The Van leaves 
office, Brook street, Broughty Ferry, at 9 A.M. and 2 P.M. ; and 40 I 
street, Dundee, at 11 A.M. and 4.30 p.m. daily. D. Stewart, Proprietor 


Broughty Ferry 




Cupar, Balmullo, & 

Cupar, Kennoway, 
and Newburgh 


Fowlis Easter 


Geo. Longair 
Andrew Taylor 
Thomas Ross 

Thomas Ross 
Jas. N. Winter 

Win. Simpson 

Jas. Nicolson 

Paterson's Exp. 

Andrew Yule 
Alex. Duncan 
John Findlay 
Paterson's Exp. 

William Speed 
Alex. London 
Wm. M'Farlane 
Jas. Gibson 
Jas. Gibson 
George Cook 


J. Cowan & Sons, 14 Dock street 
Robertson, Ltd., Royal Stables 
F. H. M'Gavin, 59 Murraygate 

Eagle Inn, 42 Murraygate 
Shore terr. and 26 St Andrew's 

Shore terrace 

31 Yeaman shore 

41 Castle street 

18 Overgate 

38 Overgate and 14 Dock street 
41 Castle street 

G. P. Findlay, 38 Overgate 
38 Overgate and 24 Union street 
42 Murraygate 
J. Cowan & Sons, 14 Dock st, 
F. H. M'Gavin, 59 Murraygate 

42 and 59 Murraygate 
Kirk & Coutts, 18 Overgate 
9 Dock street 
19 West Dock street 



Mon. Wed. 
Thu. Fri. 
Tu. Fri. 

Tu.Wed. Fr. 


Tu. Fri. 

Friday, 1 & 
Dailv 12.30, 
3.30, and 
Tu. Fri. 
Tu. Fri. 

Tu. ' Fri. 
Tu. Fri. 

Registered O 






Lundie, Broomhill 

Monikie and New- 

Monikie John Petrie 

Muirhead and Liff Andrew Yule 
St Andrews Alex. Braid 

Tayport Jas. Brown 

188 Perth road. Directors, John S. Buchan (Chairman), David Pirie, 
T. Maclaren ; Secretary, Thomas G. Gunn ; Manager, John Beveridge. 

Ltd. — Registered Office, 4 High street. Directors, William Bro\n 
(Chairman), John Smith, D. W. Wybrants, George Balfour (Mans 
Director) ; Secretary, Edward Cowan. 

TAY FERRIES— Managed by Dundee Harbour Trustees under "Du» 
Harbour and Tay Ferries Act, 1873." — Captain James Young, SupH 
tendent. Station — Craig pier, South Union street. 

A Steamboat sails from Dundee not before 6, 7, 8, 8.50, 9.30, 10.10, 11 i 
12noon, 12.45, 1,30, 2.15, 3.5, 4.5, 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, 7.50, 8.40, 9.30, 10.30, 11.15] 
and from Newport not before 6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.10, 9.50, 10.30, 11.30, 
12.25, 1.5, 1.50, 2.40, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.25, 8.15, 9.5, 10, 10.50, 11.35 

On Sundays the Steamboat sails from Dundee not before 9, 10 i 
12.40, 1.15, 4.5, 5.15, 6.15*, and 8.15 p.m. ; and from Newport not before 
10.30 a.m., 12.55, 1.45, 4.30, 5.45, 6.45*, 8.30 p.m. * This Boat will onl 
run from the first Sunday of April, until the last Sunday of September. 

Fares — Single, 2d ; Return, 3d. 



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.. ilepington (Isla street) 
, ogie (Scott street) 
\ary field (Morgan street) 

- [osebank (Constitution street) 

- it Andrew's (King street) 
ft Clement's (Steeple Church). 

i it David's (North Tay street). 
} j't Enoch's (Nethergate) 

Presbytery of Dundee— Church of Scotland. 

>idee Clerk — Rev. James M. Campbell, 75 East Clepington road. 

hapelshade (Constitution road) Archibald Bell, D.D., 13 Shamrock street 

David R. Robertson, B.D., 23 Albany ter. 
Stewart Gallowaj r , Balgay terrace, Lochee 
Jas. Dowie, 20 Maryfield terrace 
David B. Cameron, M.A., 5 Douglas ter. 
HarcourtM. Davidson, 11 Albany terrace 
James M. Benson, 5 Hermonhill terrace 
Robert S. Warren, 18 Albany terrace 
Hugh G. Watt, D.D., 1 Fort street 
t John's (Cross Church, South] Peter Grant, D.D., 140 Perth road 

Tay street) t Geo. Christie, B.D. (A. & S.), 19 Springfield 

; Mark's (Perth road) ... Charles M. Grant, D.D., 9 Airlie place 

• Marv's The Parish Church) Colin Campbell, M.A., B.D., D.D. 

' %^k' lh * ransh ^ hmch y William Lyall Wilson, M.A., (A. & S.), 

U\e gate; ) Manse of Dundee, Dalkeith road 

; Matthew's (Ferry road) ... John Mills, M.A., Craigieview, Ferry road 
| Paul's (South Ch., Nethergate) J. Bcath Wood,M.A., B.D.. 10 Laurelbank 
Thomas' Chapel (Lochee road) William Hall, M.A., 23 Magdalen Yard rd. 

James M. Campbell, 75 E. Clepington road 
W. Liston Milroy, M.A., Manse, Abernyte 
W. Mason Inglis, M.A., Auchterhouse 
James Wilson, M.A., Queen St., Bro. Ferry 
James Leask, M.A., D.D., Fortview, do. 
James Burgess, Briar cottage, do. 

J. A. Honey, M.A., Inchture 
John M. Anderson, B.D., Kinnaird 
George Dingwall, B.D., Liff 
William Wright,Coupar Angus rd., Lochee 
Wm. May, M.A., Coupar Angus rd., Lochee 
Neil Kennedy Mackenzie, M.A., L'gtorgan 
Donald Davidson, Invergowrie 
P. Lorimer Burr, D.D., Lundie 
R. Spenser Ritchie, Mains 
David H. Lochhead, Lynnwood, Downfield 
D. D. Maclaren, B.D., Monifieth 
T. N. Adamson, Cedarbank, Barnhill 

Andrew Armit, Monikie 

... James Nicoll, Murroes 

S. Macaulay, LL.D., Tealing 

Suburban Districts not included in Presbytery of Dundee. 

... James Campbell, D.D., Balmerino 

(C. F. Stevenson. Grange cottage, Monifieth 
"" (John Heggie (A. & S.), Barry 

A. R. Gibson, Kinloch street, Carnoustie 

... Thomas Munn, Forgan 

... Thomas Fraser,D.D., Woodstock, Newport 

(James Caesar, M.A., Panbride 
"" (John Caesar (A. & S.), Panbride 

Christopher Halliday, Tay port 

R. C. Mitchell, Ardoch villa, Wormit 

i fallacetown (Crescent street)... 


■fl titer house 

Ifighty Ferry 

j |, Stephen's 

\ jach Chapel 



land Benvie 


, ! Luke's 


; -vergowrie Cbapel 

liiiie and Fowlis 

(las and Strathmartine... 

pwnfield Chapel 
! ictoria (Clepington road) 


J. iirnhill Chapel 



tff n S 


£ y 







Presbytery of Dundee — United Free Church of Scotland. 

Clerk— Rev. Robert Lorimer, M.A 
Dundee — 
Albert Square (Meadowside) ... 
Baxter Park (Arbroath road) ... 

Bell Street 

Bonnethill (Hilltown) 

Butterburn (Hill street) 
Chalmers (Hunter street) 
Chapelshade (Constitution road) 
Clepington (Arklay street) 
Dudhope (Brewery lane) 

Dudhope Crescent Road 




High (Hospital wynd) 

Hilltown (Alexander street) ... 
M'Cheyne (328 Perth road) ... 
Martyrs (Annfield road) 
Ogilvie (Albert street) 

Park (Park avenue) 

Ryehill (Perth road) 

St Andrew's (Meadow place) ... 

St David's (Ward road) 

St John's (Perth road) 

St Paul's (Nethergate) 

St Peter's (St Peter street) 

St Stephen's (Dudhope street) ... 

School Wynd (Lindsay street)... 

Tay Square 

Victoria Street ... 
Willison (Barrack street) 
Wishart Memorial (King street) 


Broughty Ferry — East 

St Luke's 

Union ... ... ... 

Queen Street 





Lochee — East 

Lochee Road (Logie street) ... 

Mains and Strathmartine 

Monifieth— North 

Panmure ... 


G. R. Macphail, M.A., 1 Scotswood terra 
James Fenton, M.A., 15 Maryfield terrac 
John Beveridge, M.A., B.D., 8 Prospect ] 
James Cameron, 2 Woodville place 
Robt. A. Watson, D.D., 1 Rosemount ti 
Frank Gordon, M.A., 27 Windsor street 
Alex. Adamson, B.D., Magdalen place 
Jas. Robbie, M.A., B.D., 2 Lome terrace 
Arthur C. Abel, Ancrum road, Lochee 
(James Wilson {Emeritus), 17 Springfield 
(James Bayne, 3 Bellefielcl av. (in chargt 
/Francis J. Maclauchlan, M.A., Thistle 
\ mount, 1 Adelaide terrace 
John Macpherson (Emeritus') 
Alex. Osborne, M.A., 20 Windsor streel 
Henry F. Henderson, M.A., 12 Constituti 

James George, Invererne, Forfar road 
James Aitken, D.D., 2 Briarwood terra< 
Charles Shaw, 12 Westfield place 
A. Cameron MacKenzie, 1 Douglas terra 
A. B. Macaulay, M.A., 23 Windsor stn 
John Martin, 5 Park place 
John Jenkins, M.A., 11 Airlie place 
Donald Cook, B.Sc, 6 Albany terrace 
George Smart, 4 Union terrace 
John Mansie, M.A., 2 Beechwood terra' 
John Forsyth, Tusmore villa, Forfar r( 
William Nelson, 2 Dudhope terrace 
W. A. Dunbar. 7 Shamrock street 

Geo. Innes Smith, M. A., Abernyte,Incht 

M. D. Macgilvrav, M.A.,Mansefield, B. 

(William W. Peyton 

1 Lewis A. Muirhead, D.D. (C. & SO 

( Balgillo crescent, Broughty Ferry 

Thomas F. Best, Albert rd., Broughty Fe 

D.H.Lawrence, M.A.,8Hometer.,B.Fe 

G. E. Troup, M.A., Brook St., Bro. Fe 

R. Bowie, M. A., St Mary's road, Downfi 

Adam Philip, M.A., Invergowrie 

John Kennedy, M.A., Liff 

David Thorn, M.A., Harefield rd., Loc 
James Burnet, Cherry mount, Lochee 
Hugh D. Morton, 9 West Albany tern 

Robert Lorimer, M.A., Strathmartine f 

Alexander Wiseman, M.A., Kingenme'l 
A. B. Connon, B.D.,01inda villa, Monifi* 
Crawford Smith, M.A., Monifieth 




A. R. Gordon, M.A., Monikie 

/-George Wyllie Howie, M.A. (C. & S.), 

-J Newbigging 

t Alexander Miller (Emeritus) 
Neil Elder, MA., Tealing 

Suburban Districts not included in Presbytery of Dundee. 

mrry ... A. J. Campbell, M.A., Barry 

(rnoustie— Erskine John F. Dempster, U.F. Manse, Thistle 

street, Carnoustie 

St Stephen's ... James Philip, The Terrace, Carnoustie 

j.gie and Gauldry T. Crichton, M.A., Gauldry U.F. Manse 

;Wport — StFillan's (Vacant) 

[Trinity James S. Scotland, MTvor villa, Newport 

Inbride E. B. H. MacPherson, M.A., Panbride 

ffyport — Erskine ... Thos. A. Fraser, M.A.,Dougall st.,Tayport 

li^ueen Street JohnMacaskill,M.A.,U.F.Manse,Queenst. 

"iormit ... ... John A. Tweedie, Ingleside, Wormit 

imdee— Free Church of Scotland. 

,'Dudhope (Lochee road) ... (Vacant) 

l in( j ee Congregational Union. 

Ipastle Street , 

IjLindsay Street ... 
iVlorison (Guthrie street) 

Panmure Street 

^Princes Street 

Russell Chapel (Hawkhill) 
Trinity (Victoria road) ... 

Ward Chapel (Constitution rd 

ougbty Ferry 



jbhop of Brechin 


p. John Baptist (Albert street) 

Mary Magdalene's (Blinshall 

Joseph Vickery, Avondale, West Newport 
Alfred Gardner, Gowanbank, Lochee road 
James Hamilton, 2 Bellefield avenue 
Thomas Johnstone, 10 Airlie place 
David Barran, Cliftonbank, Dalkeith road 
Wm. Henry Chesson, 10 Aberlemno terrace 
William Hamilton, M.A., Craigieside, Ar- 
broath road 
K. C. Anderson, D.D., 6 E. Somerville pi. 
J.P.Stephenson, 1 Lebanon pi., Bro. Ferry 
William Wood, Manse, E. Newport 

Scottish Episcopal. 
Rev. W. J. F. Robberds, D.D., Forbes court, B. Ferry. 

I. Paul's (Castlehill) 

S. Salvador's (St Salvador st.) 

Hugh C. R. Cunnynghame, M.A., 93 
Clepington road 
( Francis Burdon, Rector, S. Mary 
J Magdalene's Rectorv, Hermonhill 
iEdw. J. S. Teviotdale, M.A., B.Sc, do. 
(H. Clement Williams, B.A., do. 

Kenneth Mackenzie, M.A., Rector, Spring 

Grove, 172 Nethergate 
R. R. Lingard Guthrie, M.A., Taybank, 

204 Ferry road 
George C. Murdoch, M.A., Clergyhouse, 

Castlehill, Commercial street 
Cecil J. Jones, M.A.,13 Wellington street 
E. W. Millar, B.A., Clergyhouse, Castle- 
hill, Commercial street 
TGeo. M. Duncan, M.A., 17 William street, 

j Jas. Alex. Boyes, M.A., 7 South George st. 
l.Tho8. Steaurt, 1 Rustic place 


Bro'ty Ferry— S. Mary's George Mackness, D.D., 6 Balgillo terrac< 

Broughty Ferry 

Carnoustie— Holy Rood J. B. Jobberns,M. A., Parsonage, Carnousti! 

Downfield— S. Luke's Wm. Chas.Wood,4 Norman ter., Downflel > 

Invergowrie— All Souls' W. C. Simons, B.A., The Rectorj 


Lochee— S. Margaret's J. C. Cater, Rector, The Rectory, Loche 

Newport— S. Mary's S. B. Hodson, Parsonage, East Newport 

Roman Catholic. 
Bishop of Dunkeld— Right Rev. Angus MacFarlane, D.D., 29 Magdalen Yard re 

St Andrew's Pro - Cathedral j Very Rev. J. Canon Turner, 150 Nethergati 

(John T. Warren, do. 

( Very Rev. Joseph Canon Holder, M.R., 4 

J Wilkie's lane 

j Anthony Sweeney, 42 Wilkie's lane 

(William M'Currach, do. 

/Very Rev. Michael Canon Phelan, M.R 

1 22 Powrie place 
< John Roche, do. 

j Walter R. Stretch, do. 

^Joseph Guinan, do. 

(Very Rev. Peter L. Canon Butti, Mail 

J land street 

j John M'Daniel, Maitland street 

( Patrick Sheehv, do. 

St Joseph's (Blackness road) 

St Mary's (Forebank road) ... 

St Patrick's (Arthurstone ter.) 


Broughty Ferry — 
Our Lady of Good Counsel 

Lochee — St Mary's 

Served from St Mary's, Forebank 
( Very Rev. Thomas Canon Crumly, Hig 
J street, Lochee 

' ) John Kilcullen, High street, Lochee 
V. Robert G. Russell, do. 

St Joseph's Convent, Lawside John Doherty, Rosebank, Lawside road 
Wellburn [ RightR ev -MonsignorR.ProvostClappertoi 

"'\ Liff road, Lochee 
Newport Mission Patrick J. Brady, St Fillan's, Newport 

Catholic Apostolic. 
Dundee (Constitution road) ... J Davi< * A1 exander Cherry, 8 East Somervil 

Wesleyan Methodist. 

... G. P>ans Watson, 96 Victoria road 
William Johnson, 7 Albany terrace 

Dundee— Victoria Road 
Ward Road 

Dundee — 

Maxwelltown (Jamaica street) 

Rattray Street 

Ward Road 

Hawkhill (98 Hawkhill) 

Broughty Ferry 



Dundee (Euclid crescent) 

John Dick, 347 Clepington road 
,.c Walter Richards, 14 Strawberrybank 
... Arthur T. Walker, 3 Thornley terrace 
... Alex. Piggot, 3 Hermonhill terrace 
... George P. Craise, Erigmore, Barnhill 
... William Cleland, Park place, Lochee 

Original Secession. 

... Peter M'Vicar, 3 Adelaide terrace 

... James Patrick, Dundee street, Carnousti 




Christian Church. 
Icon Hall, 6 Johnston's lane ... Secv. — Thos. Tavlor, Hillview,Fingaskst. 
>spel Hall, 48 Wellgate, 

Church of Christ. 
lem Chapel, 59 Constitution rd., Secretary and Treasurer — Jas. Chisholm, 

10 Arthur street 

Salvation Army. 
*Staff-Captain D. T. Thomas, Divisional Officer, 1 Bellefield avenue. 
* Adjutant Thornett, Divisional Secretary, 47 Magdalen green, 
i jindee — 

Corps No. 1 — Citadel, 42 Victoria road Ensign Robinson 

,, ,, 2— Lindsay Street Hall Ensign Twilley 

| „ „ 3 — Rosebank Street Hall Ensign M'Allister 

' ,, „ 4 — Scouringburn— Larch Street Hall Captain Eccles 

Slum Post — 219 Overgate *Captain Norbury 

i Women's Hotel— Ward road *Major Martin 

;.'chee — Marshall street Captain Lane 

(joughty Ferry — King street *Captain Cooper 

'yport — Rose street Captain Hall 

* Female Officers. 

Other Denominations. 

Wlfillan Memorial (Whitehall st.) Walter Walsh, 8 West Albany terrace 

fcrman Evangelical (Y.M.C.A.) Eduard Langhoff, 54 Seafield road 

ljiitarian (Constitution road) ... Henry Williamson, 13 Coupar st., Lochee 

(iisiety of Friends (Whitehall Clerk— D. L. Allan, 11 Louise terrace, 

I crescent) West Ferry 

Iptized Believers (King's road) Secy. — J. Menzies, Stobsmuir Reservoir 

lassite (4 King street)... ... Secretary — D. Philip, 15 Baxter Park ter. 

iristadelphian (Foresters' Hall) Secretary — David Young, 317 Clepington 


Jw Jerusalem Ch. (Rankine's crt) Secretary — John Tindal, 34 Benvie road 

ibrew (62 Murraygate) ... Gabriel Zacutta, 43 Baldovan terrace 

tfith Mission (8 Bank street) ... Director — J. G. Govan 

„ (Midmill) ... Superintendent — George Millar, Midmill 

Jaf and Dumb (Dudhope Park) Archibald Welsh, 6 Balgay avenue 

Jorhouses John Campbell, 10 Nelson st. (Chaplain) 

The Dundee Established Presbytery meets in St Mary's Church Hall, Tally 
*;eet, on the first Wednesday of each month, at 12 noon (March and June, on 
£|:ond AYednesdays ; January, July, and August, no meeting). Clerk — 
J v. James M. Campbell, 75 East Clepington road. Officer — James Kennedy, 
<ilf avenue, Monifieth. 

The Dundee United Free Church Presbytery meets in the hall of Tay 
Jjuare Church on the second Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. Clerk, 
]jv. Robert Lorimer, M.A., Strathmartine ; Treasurer, Rev. James 
lilson, 17 Springfield ; Officer, John Kane, 19 Kinloch place, Hawkhill. 

SESSION CLERK.— Geo. Brodie Paul, 4 High street. Office hours- 
Si. m. to 3 p.m., and 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. 




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Under auspices 


Where held. 

Established — ■ 







Forenoon service 

Church hall 




,, St Luke's 




Logie Hall 








RosebankSess. Sch . 

St Andrew's 


Church / 
Church hall 


St Clement's 



St David's 



St Enoch's 





161 Overgate 

St John's 



St Mark's 

Church hall 


West wynd 

St Mary's 


Church Hall 

Blackscroft Mis. 

Peep-o'-day lane 


Drumgeith School 

St Matthew's 



St Paul's 




7 N. Lindsay street 

St Thomas' 







Church and hall 

United Free — 

Albert Square 


Church hall 

Baxter Park 


> > 

Bell Street 




15 Hilltown 

t Bonnethill 


Church hall 

Rosebank Mis. 

17 Rosebank road 



Hall, Hill street 


Well Rd. School 


S Chalmers 


Church hall 

• Chapelshade 



" Clepington 


Dundonald Street 

Church hall 



} Dud.Cresc'tRd 



1 High 





Jamaica St. Mis. 


Hillbank Mission 

57 Cotton road 

Rosebank ,, 

21 Rosebank street 

Lochee East 



,, Road 


Church hall 

« „ West 




i M'Cheyne 


Church halls 



Taylor's Lane Halls 

.' Martyrs 


Church hall 

, Ogilvie 




Alex. Winton, 3 Craigiebank ter. 
Wm. Ramsay, 12 Malcolm street 
A. Dargie, 59 Commercial st.,Max. 
A. Spalding, Co. -Angus rd. , Lochee 
Rev. William May, M.A., Coupar- 

Angus road, Lochee 
Rev. Stewart Galloway, Lochee 
Findlay Lesslie, 138 Hilltown 
James Peters, 5 Baxter Park ter. 

A. R. Macfarlane, Newport 

T. B. Taylor, 20 Shamrock street 
J. S. Smith, 19 William st., F'bk. 
Mrs Davidson, 11 Albany terrace 
James Peter, 10 Forest Park rd. 
Thomas Doig, 3 Walrond street 
Rev. H. G. Watt,D.D., 1 Fort st. 
Rev. H. G. Watt, D.D., 1 Fort st. 
James Low, 22 Paton's lane 
Charles Soutar, 151 Hawkhill 
William Neill, 11 Balgay avenue 
Rev. W. L. Wilson, The Manse 
The Assistant Minister 
James Keith, Drumgeith 
Rev.Jn. Mills, Craigiev'w, Ferry rd. 
Rev. J. B. Wood, B. D. , 10 Laurelbk. 
R. F. Scott, 4 Park terrace 
Rev. W. Hall, 23 Magdalen Yard rd. 
Gilbert L. Paterson, Downfield 
David Goodfellow,36Baldovanter 

James M'Hardy, Euclid crescent 
S.R. Young,Inverp'rk,Chalmers st 
W. M. Scott, 321 Clepington road 
William Todd, 51 Crescent street 
John Forsyth, 43 Baldovan ter. 

William Reid, 3 Viewbank terrace 
D. A. Cruden, 115 Strathmartine 

Peter Lawson, Myrtle cottage,. 

Blackness avenue 
David Williamson, The Rowans, 

Ancrum road, Lochee 
Alex. M. Pope, 83 Blackscroft 

John Gordon, 12 Rose street 
William Scott, 33 Scott street 
Robert Crichton, 98 Rosebank st. 
Jas. Scott, 30 North Ellen street 
Robert Clark, 141 Clepington rd. 
W. R. Scott, 347 Clepington road 
W. Whiteside, 183 Hilltown 
Alex. Ramsay, Parkpl. , Ancrum rd. 
Robert Petrie, 262 Blackness road 
David Band, Balgay ter., Lochee 
Robert Reekie, 184 High street 

B. L. Nairn, Rockfield crescent 
Jas. H. Marshall, Blackness ave. 
John Sinclair, 3 Blackness avenue 
James C. Reid, 41 Baldovan ter. 



Under auspices 

United Free — 

St Andrew's 
St David's 

St John's 

St Paul's 

St Peter's 
St Stephen's 
School Wynd 

Tay Square 












Victoria Street Congregational 

Glebe Mission 


Wishart Meml 
•Cowj'l Union — 
Castle Street 
Lindsay Street 


Panmure St. 

Princes Street 
Russell Chapel 


Ward Chapel 

S. JohnBapt.'s 

S. Margaret's 

S. Mary 


S. Paul's 

S. Salvador's 

Mom. Catholic— 
St Andrew's 

St Joseph's 
St Mary's, L'hee 

Where held. 





S. Columbus 

All Saints' Missn. 

S. Roque's Mis. 

S. Martin's Mis. 


Church hall 

Church hall 

Church and hall 

Park wynd 


145 Overgate 

Church hall 


Church hall 
Artillery lane 

Hall, Grove street 


Argyle Hall, O'gate 

Church hall 


Church hall 

Euclid crescent 
46 Hilltown f 


Church hall 
Church and halls 

Nicoll street 
Brown street 

Church hall 

St Margaret's Schl, 

Perrie street 

Church hall 
Cochrane street 
S. Paul's School, 

Commercial st. 
S. Roque's Hall, 

57 Blackscroft 
S. Salvador's Schl. 
67 Derby street 

Tay street 
174 Overgate 


David Mathers, 17 Janefield pla< 
Walker S. Melville, 4 Douglas I 
William Scott, Dryburgh, Lochi 
G. Simpson, M.A., 1 Bellefieldavi 
George R. M'Nab, 76 Hawkhill 
W. K. Smith, 6 Garland place 
R. S. Milne, 5 Westfield avenue 
Colin Sharp, Lauder cot., City I 
R. S. Johnston, 63 Dens road 
A. B. Duncan, Rockfleld crescei 
George Gunn, 29 Step row 
James Fairweather, 24 Peddie s 
Alex. Anderson, 16 Kinloch st. 
Miss B. Macintosh, Argyle streel 
George Jamieson, 20 Whitehall I 
Thos. R. Ainslie, 15 Chalmers si 
Alexander S. Murray, 18 Baxt 

Park terrace 
James Smith, 25 Park avenue 
Jas. Bruce, 33 Commercial stre 
H. E. Tarbet, 190 Strathmart'n i 
W. W. Halley, 2 Douglas terrac 

Thomas Brown, 2 Gibson terra 
Rev. Alfred Gardner, Gowanban 

Lochee road 
James Dundas, jun., 75£ Strat 

martine road 
Dr Pirie, Airliebank, 11 Perth r 
R. Lickley, 16 Constitution ter 
D. Proctor, Gardner's lane 
W. A. Watterston, 6 Duff stree 
David Brown, 45 Magdalen gre 
Andrew M'Kay,83 Magdalen gre 
J. Lawson, Inverleigh, Binghs 


David Kirk, Oakbank, Wormit 
A. S. Robertson, 17 Bellefield i 

Rev. Hugh C. R. Cunnynghan 

93 Clepington road 
J. H. Walker 

Sister Adelaide 


The Clergy 
The Clergy 
The Clergy 
The Clergy 

Curate in charge 

Rev. T. Steaurt, 1 R,ustic place 
Rev. J. A. Boyes, M. A. ,7S. George 

Very Rev. Canon Turner 

Rev. John Warren 

The Clergy 

Canon Crumly, High st., Loch 



Jnder auspices 

Vesleyan Meth. 
Victoria Road 
Ward Road 

kept 1st — 

; Hawkhill 

I Maxwelltown 

|l Rattray Street 

jj Ward Road 
miscellaneous — 
Christian Ch. 
|jrilfillan Memrl. 
Original Secess. 

'Bog Mission 
pherryfield Hall 
phildren's Free 
| Breakfast Mis. 
foallfield Walk 
j Misson 
fen's Class 




Yg. People's Own 


Y.M. Bible Class 

Where held. 

Church hall 

Church hall 
Maxwelltown Hall, 
7 Jamaica street 
52 Westport 
Church hall 

Johnston's lane 

Church and hall 
Church hall 

N.Church st. ,L'che 
137 Blackness road 
17 Constitution rd. 

25 Dallfield walk 

Y.M.C.A. Hall 


W. Halliburton, 30 Forfar road 
Thos. Mathers, Gibb's lane, Lochee 

David A. Robertson, 8c King st. 
D. Robertson, Harefleld rd., Lochee 
Robert Wilson, 345 Clepington 

John Smith, 57 Dens road 
William Allan, 42 St Mary's place 
Peter Bell, 23 Tait's lane 

Thos. Taylor, Hillview,Fingask st. 
Rev. Walt. Walsh, 8 W. Albany ter. 
John Lothian, Bankside.Downfi'ld 
Rev. Henry Williamson, 13 Coupar 
street, Lochee 

Thos. Fyffe, 94 South rd., Lochee 
John Stewart, 22 Fleuchar street 
Edward Shepherd, Symbister 

J. D. Brown, Bright cottage, 
Forfar road 

William Stewart, 7 Windsor ter. 

.. H. Moncur; Hon. Directors, Sir W. O. Dalgleish, Bart., Geo. Armit- 
;ead, Lord Provost Barrie, Rev. R. S. Warren, Rev. Dr Cox, W. Y. Blyth 
[artin, William Hunter, William Henderson, Rev. James George, William 
>oig, William Mackison, John J. H. Henry, William Briggs, B. L. Nairn, 
Lenry A. Pattullo ; President, James Low ; Vice-Presidents, A. Watson 
mitli, Peter Murray; Directors, P. Hunter, Colin Macdonald, J. H. 
['Callum, Gilbert Paterson, John Sinclair, W. M. Grant, David Brown, 
IT. M'Leod Thorburn, James S. Smith, J. Mackie Smith, Hugh Couper, 
■obert Wilson, Robert Crichton, William Ramsay, Robert Reekie, James 
I'Hardie, A. J. Maltman ; Treasurer, Alex. W. Stiven; Secretary, George 
I Donald, 23 High street. 


Fnder auspices 

tftablished — 
;St Clement's 
'St Enoch's 
St Mark's 
St Mary's 

nited Free — 
Bell Street 
Dud. Cres. Rd. 


Blackscroft Mis. 
Drumgeith Mis. 

Bell St. Ch. Mis. 
Rosebank Mis. 

Rosebank Mis. 

Where held. 

Church hall 

■161 Overgate 
West wynd 
Peep-o'-Day lane 

15 Hilltown 

17 Rosebank road 

Church hall 

21 Rosebank street 


Miss Argo, 2 Fairfield cottages 
James Peter, 10 Forest Park road 
Rev. H. G. Watt, D.D., 1 Fort st. 
Rev. W. A. Gillies, B. D. ,19Airlie pi. 
The Assistant Minister 
The Assistant Minister 

John Chisholm, 4 Sibbald street 

W. Whiteside, 183 Hilltown 



Under auspices 


Where held. 


United Free — 

Lochee Road 


St David's 
St John's 
St Paul's 

St Peter's 
Tay Square 
Victoria Street 
Wishart Mem'l 
Cong'l Union — 
Panmure St. 

Russell Chapel 
Ward Chapel 


S. Mary 


S. Paul's 
S. Salvador's 

Rattray Street 
Ward Road 


Hillbank Mission Hillbank Hall, 57 
I Cotton road 

Jamaica St. Mis.jChurch hall 
iChurch hall 

Taylor's Ln. Mis. 

Ryehill Institute Mid Wynd 
Church hall 

Taylor's Lane Halls 

Church and hall 
Church hall 

Park Wynd Mis. 

Glebe Mission 


S. Columbus 
Holy Trinity Mis. 

All Saints' Mis. 

S. Roque's Mis. 

S. Martin's Mis. 


Ad. F. Bkft. Mis. 
Bog Mission 
Charles St. Mis. 
Cherryfield Hall 
Children's F.B. 
Railway Mission 
Tent Mission 

Park wynd 
145 Overrate 

Church hall 
Artillery lane 
Hall, Grove street 
Argyle hall 
Church hall 

Church hall 

46 Hilltown / 


Lowden's alley 
Brown street 

Perrie street 
Well rd., Hawkhill 

Cochrane street 

57 Blackscroft 

Well road, Strath- 
martine road 

Kinloch street 
52 Westport 
109 Cowgate 
N. Ch. st., Lochee 
Unionst. , Charles st 
137 Blackness road 

17 Constitution rd. 
25 Dallfield walk 
225 Overgate 

18 Annfield street 
Candle lane 
Peter st., and Tent 

James King, 4 Lvnnewood placet 

George Will, Bank ave., Downfiei 
Rev. James Burnet, Lochee 
Rev. D. R. Kerr, M.A., 7 Airli 

Rev. David Gray, M. A. , 4 Duff st! 
Rev. H. F. Henderson, M.A., 1 

Constitution terrace 
Rev. R. Menzies, 3 Balgay avem 
Rev. A. C. Mackenzie, 1 Douglas te 
Rev. J. H. Oldham, M.A. 
Rev. John Rose, M.A., 1 Blacl 

ness crescent 
Rev. W. L. Fordyce, M.A., 1 ; 

Aberlemno terrace 
George Gunn, 29 Step row 
T. Graham, 104Com'cial st. (secj 7 

S. Christie, 1 Gowrie street 
Alex. D. Crockett, 45 Dura strei 

R. Lickley, 16 Constitution ter. 
D Proctor, Gardner's lane 

J. D. Hay, 5 St Mary's terrace 

J. H. Walker 

Well rd., Hawkhill (in charge 
Rev. H. C. Williams, B.A., We 

road, Hawkhill 
Rev. Cecil J. Jones, M.A., 13 We 

lington street (curate in charg 

Andw. Maltman, 32Baldovan te 

J. Newsome, 2 Nelson street 
James Combe, 2 Laurelbank 
James Irvine, 60 Liff rd., Loche 
Alexander Murray, 27 Perth roa< 
C. W. Scrimgeour, 35 Seafield n 
Edward Shepherd, Adelaide plac 
W. W. H alley, 2 Douglas terrac 
A. Harkins, 46 Cleghorn street 
John Summers, 19 Step row 
James N. Tait, 122 Hawkhill 
Peter Will, 10 East Somerville p 

DUNDEE HOME MISSION UNION.— President, Lord Provos 
Barrie ; Vice-Presidents, Sir John Leng, M.P., Kev. C. M. Grant, D.D, 
Sir George W. Baxter, LL.D., James Logie, Alex. Mathewson ; Secretary, Re\ 
Alexander Osborne, 20 Windsor street ; Treasurer, "W. A. Bell, 10 Whiteha 
street ; Members of Council, Rev. John Martin, W. F. Chalmers, Williar, 
Doig, Dr Pirie, A. W. Smith, Rev. William Nelson, Rev. Thomas Johnstone 
B. L. Nairn, William Henderson, Rev. D. R. Robertson, George Ritchie 


fames H. Smith, Richard Morrison, Rev. James Aitken, D.D., Rev. John 
. i3ick ; Chairman of Council, Rev. D. R. Robertson ; Secretary to Council, 
13. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial sfc. Statutory meetings of Council are held in the 
. Eown Hall on third Wednesdays in March, June, September, and December. 

j DUNDEE TRACT SOCIETY.— President, Lord Provost Hunter; Secretary 
i 'md Treasurer, James H. Smith, 3 Osborne terrace. 

conducting of Sabbath Forenoon Meetings and other Religious Services 

jbr the Young. Hon. President, Sir John Leng, M.F ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, 
feevs. A. N. Sutherland, John Martin, John Reid, A. C. Abel, W. A. Dunbar, 

fohn Kennedy, William May, Jas. Cameron, J. M. Benson, S. Galloway, 
! William Nelson, John Forsyth; and Sir Wm. Dalgleish, Bart., A. H. Moncur, 
i '3-eorge Armitstead, B. L. Nairn, John Robertson, E. F. Maitland, James 
fjogie, Thomas Bell, Walter Shepherd, Edward Cox, Alex. Mathewson, 
' ; iVilliam Hunter, C. W. Scrimgeour ; President, John W. Shepherd ; Yice- 
.j: 'resident, Alexander Murray ; Secretary, H. B. Martin, 5 King street ; 

treasurer, George Will, Bank avenue, Downfield ; Assistant Treasurer, Wn\. 
1 Brunton ; Secretary of Staff Meeting, E. W. Christie, Union place, Lochee ; 

directors, D. H. M'Intosh, James Irvine, Charles Stewart, John Gordon, 
IW. W. Halley, J. A. W. Mudie, Robert Lundie, A. H. Stephen, James 
|j0w, F. T. Mudie, G. E. Findlay, J. Peters. Average attendance of boys 
' -nd girls, 2715 ; number of workers, 374. 


Name of 

log Mission 

iell St. Mission 
[unter Street 


Jamaica Street 
[uirhead of Liff 

I aylor's Lane 

| arkhead 

it Andrew's 


jb Clement's 

lark Wynd 

j r estport 
allfield Walk 

j ictoria Street 




jnnfield Street 

Jaledonian Hall 
dildren's F.B. 
impbell Street 
tiarles Street 


li. Paul's 

Under auspices of 

Bog Mission 

Bell Street U.F.Ch 
Chalmers U.F. Ch 
Dudhope U.F. Ch. 
Hilltown U.F. Ch. 
Liff U.F. Churches 
Lochee West U.F. 
M'Cheyne U.F.Ch 
Ogilvie U.F. Ch. 
St Andrew's U.F. 

St Clement's Estab 
St John's U.F. Ch 
United Evan. Assoc 
VictoriaSt. U.F.Ch 
Willison U.F. Ch. 
Wishart U.F. Ch. 
D.B. &G.R.A. 

St. Paul's U.F. Ch. 

Where held. 


N. Church street, J. Irvine, 84 Mid street, Lochee 

Hilltown D. M'Ewan, 70 Hilltown 

205 Hilltown A. Donaldson, 61 Wellgate 
21 Hunter street J. M'Kenzie, Morton ter., Lochee 
BenvieRoadHalljDd. Mitchell, 21 Bank st., Lochee 
Jamaica street George Will, Bank ave., Downfield 
Muirhead John Yule, Liff 

Nicoll'sln.L'chee J. Brown, 20 Marshall pi., Lochee 
Taylor's lane J. M'Lagan, 1 Seafield road 

Pitkerro road 
19 Meadow street 


40 Park wynd 
Artillery lane 
Dallfield walk 
Victoria street 
1 Overgate 
63 King street 
137 Blackness rd. 
18 Annfield st. 
52 Westport 
22 Campbell st. 
Union st. , 
21 Rosebank st, 

George D. Forbes, 13 Duff street 
Robert Gibson, 13 William street, 

James Peter, 10 Forest Parkrd. 

James M. Miller, 14 Thomson st. 
W. W. Halley, 2 Douglas terrace 
John Brown, Forfar road 
J. H. Martin, 7 Panmure terrace 
Alex. D. Crockett, 45 Dura street 

F. Mudie, Blackness avenue 
D. H. M'Intosh, 140 Havvkhill 
R. G. Miller, Ancrum road 

R. C. Campbell, Thornley terrace 
John Gordon, 12 Rose street 
Alexander Murray, 27 Perth road 
W. Whiteside, 183 Hilltown 

G. E. Findlay, Adelaide terrace 

THE BOYS' BRIGADE.— Headquarters Office, 162 Buchanan street, 
lasgow. Dundee Battalion. — Headquarters, 34 Commercial street. Hon. 
resident, Chas. Barrie, Lord Provost of Dundee ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, 
iol. Rankine, v.D., Col. Smith, v.D., Lieut.-Col. Hill, V.D., Surgeon-Major D. 
annox, M.D., Surgeon-Captain Kinnear, M.D., CM., Lord Kinnaird, Sir 
)hn Leng, M.P.,Col. D.Williamson of Lawers,Wm. Hunter, Wm. Scott of Dry- 



burgh, Surg. -Lieut. Jas. Gra} T , M.B., CM.; President, Thos.M. Davidson, M.A, 
B.Sc. ; Vice-President, William Laskie ; Secretary, Jas. D. Wighton, Afto 
place, Downfield ; Treasurer, Arthur E. Barry, 4 Hawkhill place. 

Dundee Companies, with their respective Captains. — 1st (St Paul's U.I 
Mission), David Fairful, 53 Taylor's lane ; 2nd (Ward Chapel C.U. 
James Hall, Ward Chapel ; 3rd (Willison U.F.), John F. Stewart, 3 
Cleghorn street ; 4th (St David's U.F.), Arthur E. Barry, 4 Hawkhi 
place: 5th (Chalmers U.F.), Joseph Lawson, Perth road P.O. ; 6th (Loche 
EastU.F.), William Smith, Ogilvy place, Lochee ; 7th (St Andrew's Paris. 
Church), John Brown, Craigower, Downfield ; 8th (St Mary Magdalene' 
Episcopal), John M. Silvester, 121 Hawkhill; 9th (M'Cheyne U.F.), G. A 
Harris, l3Hermonhill ; 11th (Albert Square U.F.), John Mackay, Kirtomybahk 
Maryfield ; 12th (High U.F.), Robert C. Gray, 163 Strathmartme road ; 13t 
(Clepington Parish), Andrew Murie, 6 Balgray place ; 14th (Free Breali 
fast Mission), John R. Dry den, Harbour buildings ; 15th (Ogilvie U.F.] 
James L Cumming, Briarmount, Wortley place ; 16th (Clepington U.F.), Re\ 
James Robbie, Lome terrace ; 18th (St Peter's U.F.), Wm. Laskie, 11 S. Ta 
street; 19th (Tay Square U.F.), Robert R. Smith, 11 Rosewood terrace 
21st (Martyrs U.F.), George J. Simmie, 7 Lawrence street ; 22nd (Trinit 
GIL), Peter Ritchie, 8 Alexander street ; 23rd (St Matthew's Parish), Joh 
Galloway, 113 Arbroath road ; 24th (St Paul's South Parish), William B 
Davidson, 109 Strathmartine road ; 25th (Baxter Park U.F.), E. Arklie, 17 
Lochee road. 

BOYS' BRIGADE (Church of Scotland)— Blackscroft Mission Company- 
Captain, The Assistant Minister, Dundee Parish Church. 

President, Rev. W. H. Chesson; Vice-Pres., Rev. William Nelson ; Treasure] 
A. R. Watt ; Secy., Peter Fleming, 19 Ward rd. Societies in the Union : — 

Name of Society. Day and Hour of Meeting. Corresponding Secretary. 

Panmure Street C.U. Monday, 8 p.m. Miss Rennie, 60 Strathmore roa>| 

Rattray St. Baptist Sunday, 9.45 a.m. D. Heggie, 1 St Peter street 
Russell Chapel C.U. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Miss B. MTntosh, 13 Balfour stree 
St Paul's U.F. Sunday, 10 a.m. Miss Aitken, 253 Blackness road 

Trinity C.U. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Miss Blackwood, 2 Hermonhilltei 

Victoria Street U.F. Sunday, 10 a.m. Miss J. C. Taylor, 1 Gowrie plac 

Ward Road Baptist Monday, 8 p.m. D. Black, 13 Baxter Park terrac 

Maxwellto'n Baptist Sunday, 9.45 a.m. S. G.Fisher,3 Victoria cr.,Vict.rdj 
Park U.F. Sunday, 10 a.m. Jas. Craig, 22 Dundonald street 

Willison U.F. Sunday, 9.45 a.m. Jos. Shepherd, Adelaide place 

Tent Mission Thursday, 8 p.m. Mrs P. Will, 10 E. Somerville p] 

Martyrs U.F. Sunday, 10 a.m. David Merchant, 25 Scott street 

Lochee (Bog Mission) Saturday, 7.30 p.m. G. S. M'Lean, 8 Liff rd., Lochee 
Blairgowrie (Mount Monday, 8.15 p.m. Miss A. Templeman, Newton villa 1 

Ericht U.F.) Blairgowrie 

Blairgowrie (St Monday, 8.15 p.m. Miss Helen Mitchell, Woodlands 

Andrew's U.F.) Blairgowrie 

Bro. Ferry (West U.F.) Friday, 8 p.m. Jas. A. Kaye, 8 Tay ter. , B. Ferr 

Forfar (Manor Street Thursday, 8 p.m. Miss Mitchell, 69 Castle street 

Baptist) Forfar 

TION.— President, James Keith ; Vice-President, Christopher J. Bisset 
Treas., R. O. Parker ; Secretaries, W. S. Feddie, Nairneville, Seafield ro 
and Charles Soutar, 11 Whitehall street. 

President, George Ritchie ; Treasurer, J. C. Robertson, 9a Ward road 
Secretary, George Simpson, M.A., 1 Bellefield avenue. 





! Vice-Presidents, W. S. Melville, Patrick Hunter ; Treasurer, A. D. Fleming; 

secretary, James K. Foggie, Gowanbank, Lochee rd. ; Committee, James H. 

1 -smith, William F. Chalmers, W. W. Halley, David Brown, Archibald Bruce, 

Wm. Bain, Thomas Justice, Alex. S. Murray, Stewart Donald, J. D. Brown, 

• fames Milne ; Missionary, Robt. Crichton. Mission Premises, Dallfield walk. 

I SCOTLAND. — President, A. H. Moncur ; Vice-Presidents, G. Carmichael, 

Wm. Doig, James Logie ; Committee, David Air, John Henderson, Wm. 
! 'lenderson, Alex. Murray, Wm. Nairn ; Secretary, John W. Shepherd ; 
jitreasurer, W. G. Leggat. 

, !— President, A. H. Moncur ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, James Thomson, 

X.B., 48 Union street. 
; SOCIETY.— Rev. K. C. Anderson, D.D., Chairman; Wm. Bell, Prudential 
: Assurance Co., Treasurer; Rev. Thomas Johnstone, Secretary. Juvenile 
/Auxiliary. — President, C. Mollison ; Treasurer, W. Arnot Watterston ; 
: Secretary, D. K. Smith, Woodbine house, East Newport. 
| THE M'ALL MISSION IN FRANCE (Dundee Auxiliary).— Committee, 
■Rev. W. J. Cox, D.D., Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D., Rev. John Kennedy, 
H.A., Alex. H. Moncur, George Ogilvie, John W. Shepherd, Rev. G. 
- Slmslie Troup, M .A. ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Dickson Dodds, 2 

jj[ndia buildings. 

ikev. J. M. Campbell, Rev. Geo. Christie, B.D., Rev. W. J. Cox, D.D., Rev. 

p. M. Grant, D.D., Rev. G. R. Macphail, Rev. John Martin, Rev. H. F. 

(lenderson, Geo. Ogilvie, A. H. Stephen ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. 
M Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings. 

fljord Kinnaird, William Henderson, A. H. Moncur, John W. Shepherd ; 
'Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings. 
j SCOTLAND. — Local Committee — Chairman, George Ogilvie, M. A.; Convener, 
iBev. M. D. Macgilvray, M.A. ; Hon. Secy, and Treas., C. C. Duncan, 41 Re- 
,'liorm street. 

jiJommittee, Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D., Rev. Dr Emily C. Thomson, A. J. 

lOuncan, M.D., Prof. J. A. Campbell Kynoch, William Henderson, Geo. 
e rlitchie, A. H. Stephen, C. Heron Watson ; Joint Hon. Secretaries, J. Mackie 
JjYhyte, M.D., and W. L. Pattullo, F.S.A.A., 13 Albert square. 


klj Dundee Temperance Society and Gospel Temperance Union. — Hon. 

president, A. H. Moncur; President, J. H. Martin; Vice-Presidents, D. H. 

ijM'Intosh, William Smith, A. M. Strachan ; Secretary, James Burnett, 117 

itililltown; Agent, John Craig, Y.M.C.A. Roomie, Constitution road. Weekly 

leetings in Y.M.C.A., on Saturday evenings at 7.30, from October to April ; 

jpistrict and other Meetings as advertised. 

it| Scottish Prohibition Party (National Council). — Executive — 

id|'hairman, John M. Beedie ; Vice-Chairmen, George Kidd, George Webster ; 

Secretary, Edwin Scrymgeour, 92 Victoria road ; Assistant Secretary, Arthur 

i. Jones ; Treasurer, John Wilson ; Literature Agent, John Hendry, 4 

idfiawrence street ; Committee, Robert Anderson, D. W. Buchanan, James 

mderson, George Dalgetty, John Powrie, Arthur M'Kinnes. National 




Bell Street U.F.— James 

Bonnybank road 
Bell Street U.F. Mission— Miss Hogg, 24 

N. Erskine street 
Bonnethill — 

Caledonia Hall— Jessie Bremner, 19 Lang- 
Chalmers U.F.— G. Proctor, 29 Rosefield 

Chapelshade U.F. —David Stewart, 24 

Shamrock street 
Cherryfield— H. Allan, 47 Annfleld road 
C.F.B. Rescue Band— John Shand, 55 

Dallfield Walk Mission— A. S. Murray, 18 

Baxter Park terrace 
Downfield— Miss Smith, Myrtle villa, 

Dudhope Crescent— J. D. Hay, Mission 

Hall, Brown street 
Dudhope U.F. Ch.— John Fleming, 2 Tulli- 

deph road 
Excelsior— James Gow, 184 High street, 

Hillbank— J. Johnston, Balgray 
Lift— Miss Jessie Ross, Muirhead 
Logie— J. Ramsay, 18 City road 
Lochee Baptist — Wm. Ramsay, 118 Logie 

street,. Lochee 
Lochee Bog Mission — J. Irvine, 54 Mid st. 
Lochee E.— Geo. Clark, 1 Tof thill, Lochee 
Lochee Road U.F.— Alexander Paterson, 3 

Cedar place, Lochee 
Lochee Parish Ch.— James K. Foggie, 

Gowanbank, Lochee road 
Lochee W. — 

Longforgan— Wm. Wilkie, Castle Huntly 
M'Cheyne U.F.— J. Harris, 13Hermonhill 

Parkview , 

Council meets first Wednesday each month in Gilfillan Hall ; Dundei 
Branch, every Monday, at 8 p.m., in Union Hall, Murraygate. 

Dundee and District Women's Christian Temperance Unioi 
(B.W.T. A.).— President, Mrs J. Steel; Vice-Presidents, Mrs A. H. Moncur 
Mrs J. Wilson, Mrs James Thomson ; Executive Committee, Miss Adamson 
Mrs Burnet, Mrs Crockatt, Miss Deas, Mrs Fyfe, Miss Gordon, Mrs J. Mill 
Miss Paisley, Mrs Rose, Miss Scotland, Miss I. M. Spence ; Large Com f 
mittee, Mrs Aitken, Mrs K. C. Anderson, Mrs Blair, Mrs D. Carmichael|oi 
Miss Cochrane, Miss S. Deas, Mrs Forsyth, Miss A. H. Halley, Mrs Johnstone 
Mrs Macaulay, Mrs Mackenzie, Mrs J. H. Martin, Mrs John Martin, Mrs Rig 
Murray, Mrs Nelson, Miss Hay Petrie, Mrs Philip, Mrs John Robertson fei 
Miss Robertson, Mrs C. W. Scrimgeour, Miss H. Short, Mrs G. Smart, Mis )o 
E. S. Spence, Miss J. Y. Stuart, Mrs Sime, Mrs J. Mackie Whyte & 
Treasurer, Miss Robertson ; Secretary, Miss Justice, 2 Airlie place ; Bibl i[, 
Visitor, Miss Taylor. Monthly Prayer Meetings in Friends' Institute Hall Ir 
Whitehall crescent, first Friday (at 3.30 p.m.). I, 

Dundee and District Band op Hope Union. — President, C. W. Scrinr ^ 
geour ; Vice-Presidents, J. A. Leng, P. Hunter ; Treasurer, David Mathers ^ 
Whitehall place ; Committee, A. H. Stephen, G. Jamieson, J. M. Rattray " 
G. Ritchie, A. Adamson, R. Nicoll ; Secretaries, Miss J. H. Cameron, 8! " 
Victoria rd., and Miss C. B. Dott, 93 Arbroath rd. Local Bands of Hope on Roll-' 

Baxter Park U.F.— David Urquhart, 85 , Martyrs U.F.— Marshall Meek 

Balgajr road 
17 Maxwell t'n Baptist — Jas. Scott, 2 Baldovaf • 

terrace 'ai 

Monifieth — J. M. Rattray, Monifieth $ 

Newbigging — Miss Drysdale, Newb'ng Sclij [<( 
Newtyle— C. Ballantine, Newtyle 
Panmure St. C.U.— Miss M. Johnstone, 1 ° 

Airlie place '• 

Park Wynd— Miss A. Leslie, 7 Blackness av p 
Rattray Street Baptist — Miss Colville, "oh 

Balgay avenue ), ] 

Rossie Priorj'.— M. Jamieson, Inchture y 
RussellChapel. — J.P.Smith, 5 StAndrew'ss ., 
Ryehill U.F.— W. Hodge, 1 Tay terrace ! f e 
St Andrew's U.F.— G. Ritchie, 47 Baldova f 1 

terrace liw 

St Clement's — J. M. Robertson, 14£ High s 1 im 
St David's E.C.— William Robertson, 2 ,f ( 

Ogilvie's road .« 5 

StMark'sE. C— Wm. Taylor, 24 Milnbank re '" 
St Paul's U.F. Mission— John Mauchlin, j tev 

Charles street '' rs 

St Paul's, South— A. E. Murray, 63 Pr< 'on 

vost road I 

St Peter's U.F. — Miss Laird, 8 Shepherd's h ) r j 
Taylor'sLane — H.C.Alexander, 23Steproj > , 
TrinityC.U.— Alex. Blackwood, SGarlandp! , 
Union U.F. Church, Bro'ty Ferry— A. I ^ 

M. Kippen, Lethnot cottage, B. Ferr;| lob 
Victoria Road Wesleyan.— Rev. G. E. Wa lac 

son, 96 Victoria road 'fjj 

Victoria Street— Miss Dott, 93 Arbroath nj ' ( j fi 
Ward Road Baptist — d. 

Ward Road Wesleyan— Mrs M'Ewan, 401j, re ; 

George street I * . r 

Westp'tMis. — G. Jamieson, 19Blackness a >„ 
Willison U.F.— Miss B. Nicoll, 8 Parker s; ': 
WishartU.F.— W. B. Moncur, 42 Provost t< * 
Wormit — J. Cowley, Riverside, Wormit K 

( 85 ) 


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.— President— Earl of Camperdown, LL.D. 
Ieustees— Lord Provost Barrie, Right Hon. John Morley, M.P., Sir John 
,eng, M.P., Edmund Robertson, M. P., John Campbell Smith, LL.D., Sheriff- 
iubstitute, Dundee ; Bremner Patrick Lee, M.A., Sheriff -Substitute, Forfar ; 
jord Dean of Guild Thomas L. Peters. 

Governors — Life : Earl of Camperdown, Earl of Dalhousie. Sir William 
)gilvy Dalgleish, Bart., Sir G. W. Baxter, LL.D., E. F. Maitland. Geo. Armit- 
tead, Sir Henry E. Roscoe, LL.D., F.R.S., J. Martin White, V. Fraenkl, R. B. 
Don, M. A., John Robertson, I. J. Weinberg, JohnBett, W. C. Leng, J. G. F. 
jowson, Ph.D., James Smieton, M.A., B.Sc, Hugh Ballingall, Mrs 
|. H. Ogilvie, Mrs Eleanor Sharp, Mrs E. W. Wenley, Mrs B. Sharp, 
Mrs A. M'Kenzie, Miss W. White, William Carnelley, Principal Peterson, 
3. Gourlay, Robert Fleming, Miss Symers, W. R. H. Valentine, D. C. 
Thomson, Sir Robert Pullar, J. C. Buist, Mrs Andrew Low, W. T. 
}urrie, W. G. Robertson, M.A., J. B. Don, W. H. Fergusson, Alexander 
Sutton, William Hunter, Thomas Bell, Edward Cox, Lord Kinnaird, 
fames N. Smith, Robert Murdoch, R. Polack, W. S. M'Cormick, 
Villiam Mackenzie, J. C. Robertson, T. N. J. Bell, Lord Provost Barrie, 
Villiam Henderson, James Guthrie, Principal Mackay, Dr Rorie, 
fohn Couper, David Air, William Ballingall, John W. Bell, P. 
f$. Brown, Robert Calder, Right Hon. J. A. Campbell, M.P., W. W. 
? airweather, Alexander Gilroy, Joseph Gibson, George S. Lamb, Sir John 
jeng, M.P., Sir James Low, William Low (Balmakewan), S. N. Low, Henry 
vl 'Grady, A. P. Mathewson, Alexander Mathewson, Alex. Mackay, George 
)gilvie, C. B. Ovenstone, Joseph Philip, William Rettie, Dr Sinclair, Robert 
:5. Sharp, Frederick B. Sharp, T. H. Smith, Andrew Spalding, David 
>mith, James Tawse, Frederick Thomson, William Thomson, Miss Wybrants, 
ohn Colville, William Low (Blebo), David Halley, R. G. Kennedy, James 
I Methven, W. O. Cunningham, G. A. Gilroy, A. Bruce Gilroy, John Gray. 
innual Subscribers : Miss E. F. Forster, G. K. Smith, M.A., Robert Mudie, 
Alexander Simpson. Ex-officio : Earl of Strathmore, Lord lieutenant of the 
Jounty ; Earl of Camperdown, Convener of the County; Captain 
Sinclair, M.P. for the County; John Morley, M.P. for Montrose 

itfeurghs ; Henry Johnston, K.C., Sheriff of the County; Lord Dean 

| f Guild Peters ; H. A. F. Lindsay Carnegie, Convener of Commissioners 
,'f Supply of the County ; W. O. Cunningham, for the Chamber of Commerce ; 
lev. W. A. Dunbar, for the School Board ; J. H. Martin, for the High School ; 
.Irs Carlaw Martin, for the Free Library, and the members of the College 

nfpouncil for the time being. 

Council.— Elected by the Governors : Sir G. W. Baxter, LL.D. (Chairman), 

!f)r Sinclair, John Robertson (Elmslea), R. B. Don, M.A., I. J. Weinberg, 
jtev. W. J. Cox, D.D., W. R. H. Valentine, James Guthrie, George Ogilvie, 
[LA. ; Ex-officio : Lord Provost Barrie, Sir John Leng, M.P., Edmund 
lobertson, M.P., Sheriff Campbell Smith, Sheriff Lee, Principal J. Yule 
Jackay, LL.D., David Mackie, President of the Chamber of Commerce; 
'rincipai Donaldson, LL.D., St. Andrews; Professor J. E. A. Steggall, M.A. 

^elected by the Professors) ; The Right Hon. the Earl of Camperdown, 
president of the College ; R. G. Kennedy, Chairman of Directors of 
loyal Infirmarj-. 

4»rofessor^— Principal— J. Yule Mackay, M.D., LL.D. 

Mathematics Professor J. E. A. Steggall, M.A. 

Physics (Harris Chair) Professor J. P. Kuenen, Ph.D. 


Chemistry Prof. James Walker, F. U.S., D.Sc.,Ph.D 

Engineering and Drawing Prof. T. Claxton Fidler, M.Inst. C.E. 

NaturalHistory( J. B. BaxterChair)ProfessorDArcyW. Thompson, M. A. , C.B 

Botany (J. F. White Chair) Professor Patrick Geddes, F.R.S.E. 

Anatomy (T. H. Cox Chair) Professor J. Yule Mackay, M.D., LL.D. 

Physiology Professor E. "Way mouth Reid, B. A., M.B. 

F.R.S., Sc.D. 

Surgery Professor MacE wan, M. D. 

Medicine Professor Stalker, M.A., M.D. 

Materia Medica Professor Marshall, M.A., M.D. 

Pathology Professor Sutherland, M.B., CM. 

Midwifery Prof. J. Campbell Kynoch, M.B., CM. 

Lecturers — English, H. B. Baildon, M.A., Ph.D. ; Logic, Metaphysics, anc 
Moral Philosophy, John Sime, M.A. ; Education, James Malloch, M.A. 
Classics and Ancient History, T. R. Mills, M.A. ; French Language andLitera 
ture, H. Durlac, Officier cV Academic ; Medical Jurisprudence and Publit 
Health, Dr Templeman ; Mental Diseases, Dr Rorie ; Clinical Surgery, Pro 
fessor MacE wan and Mr Greig ; Clinical Medicine, Professor Stalker and Dj 
Mackie Whyte ; Clinical Midwifery and Gynecology, Professor Kynoch anc 
Dr Buist ; Ophthalmology, Dr M'Gillivray ; Diseases of Ear, Nose, and 
Throat, Dr Guild ; Scots Law, James Allison, M.A., LL.B. ; Conveyancing. 
John M. Hendry ; Geology, Thomas J. Jehu, M.D., M.A., F.G.S. ; Fine Art 
C L. Mitchell ; Music, D. Stephen. 

Chemical Laboratory Steward, John Foggie, F.C.S. ; Janitor, Alex. C 
Smith; Librarian, R. N.Kerr, F.E.I. S. ; Secy. andTreas. ,W. ArnotWatterston 

TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.— Trustees— Sir David Baxter's Testamentan 
Trustees, Sir William Dalgleish, Bart., Edward A. Baxter, Sir Geo. W. Baxter 
LL.D. Official Trustees — Lord Provost Barrie ; Sir John Leng, M.P. ; E 
Robertson, LL.D., M.P. ; Captain Sinclair, M.P. ; Sheriff Johnston; Sherif 
J. Campbell Smith, LL.D. ; Lord Dean of Guild Peters ; Treasurer Ritchie 
Rev. W. A. Dunbar, Chairman of School Board ; Duncan Macdonald, Chair 
man of School Committee of School Board ; John B. Don, President, Chambe 
of Commerce ; John Maclennan, M.A., Rector of High School. 

Committee. — Chairman, William Henderson; Yice-Chairman, Jame: 
Stevenson. From the Institute Trustees — D. L. Carmichael, John Maclennan 
M.A., John Munro, William Henderson, James Stevenson, William C Leng 
Arthur J. Shepherd. From University College — The Principal of the College 
ex officio, Professor Claxton Fidler, Professor Kuenen, Professor Steggall, Geo 
Scott. From the Town Council — George Ritchie, D. Mathers. From th 
Dundee Burgh School Board — Rev. Canon Phelan, G. K. Smith. From tin 
Dundee High School— W. R. H. Valentine. From the Dundee Y.M.C.A.- 
W. S. Melville, Chas. Stewart. From the Trades Council — Peter Reid, Jame 
Mann. From the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, &c. — John Lindsay. 

Board of Studies — Principal Mackay, LL.D., Chairman; Professo: 
Steggall, M.A., F.R.S.E. ; Professor James Walker, Ph.D., D.Sc. ; Professo: 
T. Claxton Fidler, M.Inst. C.E. ; Professor Kuenen, Ph.D.; the Director o 
Studies (Convener), the Institute Teachers. 

Teaching Staff.— Art Teachers— T. Delgaty Dunn; In Y.M.C.A., Witt 
Ryle Smith. 

Science Teachers — Building Construction, Geometrical Drawing, Solic 
Geometry, George Malcolm ; Machine Construction, Surveying and Levelling 
Robert Gibson, C.E. ; Mechanics, Steam, Solid Geometry, Graphic Statics 
John Y. Gray ; Mechanical Engineering, Steam, Angus R. Fulton ; Elec: ^ 
tricity, Electrical Engineering, W. G. Robson, A.R.C.S. ; Naval Architecture |' s 
George M. Milne ; Mensuration, Evan H. Fraser, W. E. Reid ; Mathematics g " 
John W. Kippen ; Practical Mathematics, Evan H. Fraser ; Botany 


logy, Physiology, James Aimer; Chemistry, John K. Wood, D.Sc, 
nFoggie, F.C.S. 

'eachers of Technical Classes — Jute Manufacture, Spinning and Weaving, 

omas Ferguson ; Textile Design and Advanced Weaving Classes, Thomas 

jpodhouse ; Telegraphy and Telephony, Robert Sutherland ; Plumber Work, 

hn Foggie, F.C.S., and James Campbell ; Painting Work, William 

derson ; Woodworking (Joinery, Wood- Carving, Cabinetmaking), Thomas 


Secretary and Director of Studies, J. S. Lumsden, D.Sc, Ph.D. ; Clerk to 

rector of Studies, James Keay ; Treasurers, Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street ; 

orter, Alexander Hodge. 

HIGH SCHOOL. — Directors — Ex officiis— Lord Provost Barrie, Rev. 
)r Colin Campbell, Lord Dean of Guild Peters. From the Town Council — 
leorge Ritchie, George Stevenson, James Urquhart, J. M. Nairn, James H. 
lartin, William High. From the Subscribers — Charles C. Duncan, Hugh 
ijallingall, James Logie, John W. Shepherd, Victor Fraenkl, William Hunter, 
V. Brown Robertson. Elected under Act 1882— W. R. H. Valentine, 
ludolph Polack, J. B. Macdonald, T. H. Smith, Andrew Leitch. Rector — 
"ohn Maclennan, M.A. 

Headmasters — English, Easton Valentine, M.A. ; Mathematics, John B. 
deiklejohn, M.A. ; Classics, John Maclennan, M.A. ; German, Albert 
mper ; French, W. Herbert Hill, M.A. ; Writing, Book-keeping, and 
'honography, R. Mackenzie, M.A. ; Drawing and Painting, J. M. Smith ; 
Science, Thomas S. Murray, D.Sc. ; Music, Hans Gaertner ; Needlework, 
Ess Matthew ; Calisthenics, Alexander Sturrock ; Workshop, T. Millar. 
I Treasurer, Alex. Mackay, C.A., 13 Albert square ; Secretary, John L. 
[Stevenson, 46 Reform street ; Janitor, Sergeant Woolaway, High School. 

Rev. W. A. Dunbar, 7 Shamrock street, Chairman. 

lev. Joseph Holder, Wilkie's lane 
(lev. Michael Phelan, 22 Powrie pi. 
pVm.Mudie, Margaretbank,Downf 'Id. 
Hiss J. G. Shaw, 9 Balfour street 
[lev. G. R. Macphail, 1 Scotswood 

jtfrs Carlaw Martin, 23 Springfield 
[Iblm Harris, 9 Maryfield terrace 
fteorge K. Smith, Ardmere, Perth rd. 

Duncan Macdonald, 24 Thomson st. 

Rev. Henry Williamson, 13 Coupar 
street, Lochee 

Rev. Kenneth Mackenzie, 172 Nether- 

P. F. Husband, Rockfield street 

Rev. D. B. Cameron, 5 Douglas ter. 

J. C. Robertson, 2 Strathview terrace, 
Forfar road 

John E. Williams, 31 Albert square, Clerk ; C. J. Marquis, 32 Castle street, 
[Creasurer ; James H. Langlands, 81 Murraygate, Architect ; John Robbie, 31 
iUbert square, Officer. 


Harris Academy. — Rector, James Brebner, M.A. ; Second Master, James 
5. Robb, M.A., B.Sc. ; Classics, William A. Taylor, M.A. ; Mathematics, 
lugh P. Holburn, B.Sc. ; Science, A. B. Paterson, B.Sc. ; Modern Languages, 
L Geyer ; Lady Superintendent, Miss B. B. Porter ; Drawing, R. T. M. 
Lllan ; Singing, Frank Sharp ; Pianoforte, Miss Alexander, Miss Scrimgeour, 
Vliss Westwood, Miss Macdonald ; Janitor, Thomas Brown. 

Morgan Academy.— Rector, Wm. B. Irvine, B.A. ; Second Master, Alex, 
^eighton, M.A., B.Sc. ; English, David M. Smart, M.A. ; Classics, Alexander 
Forbes, B.A. ; Mathematics, Alex. Leighton, M.A., B.Sc; Science, John 
jDunn, B.Sc, F.C.S. ; Modern Languages, D. Macleod, M.A. ; Head Mistress, 
(Vliss Skinner ; Singing, Frank Sharp ; Pianoforte, Miss Banks and Miss 
(Roger ; Janitor, William Speedie. 


Public Elementary Schools. 
Ancrum Road, ... ... ... Robert Locke 

Ann Street, ... ... ... John Gibson 

Balfour Street, ... ... ... William Bertie and Mrs Bertie 

Blackness, ... ... ... George Simpson, M. A. 

Brown Street, ... ... ... Colin Sharp 

Butterburn, ... ... ... James A. Anderson 

Clepington, ... ... ... David Muckersie . 

Cowgate, ... ... ... James Sword, M. A. 

Dudhope, ... ... ... Alexander Leighton 

Glebe Lands, ... ... ... John Mudie 

Hawkhill, ... ... ... George Caird 

Hill Street, ... ... ... George Ferguson 

Liff Road, Lochee, ... ... R. W. Thornton, M.A. 

Mitchell Street, ... ... ... James Lamb 

Rosebank, ... ... ... William Dickson 

St Andrews, ... ... ... John W. Kippen 

South Road, Lochee, ... ... Alexander Dor ward 

Tay Street, ... ... ... David Dawson 

Victoria Road, ... ... ... Robert Loggie 

Wallacetown, ... ... ... James Watt 

Teachers of Singing— Frank Sharp, Alex. Adamson, Nimmo Christie 
School for the Deaf, Dudhope Castle, Barrack park.— Headmistress 

Miss Jean Beveridge. 
Manual Instruction Classes, Dudhope Castle, James street, Balga 

street (Lochee).— Instructors— Charles M'Nab, W. A. Craigie, Jas. S. Browr 


S. Paul's, Commercial street. — Chairman of Managers — Rev. Kennet 
Mackenzie. Teachers— Mixed School, William Gray ; Infants, Miss Brown. 

S. Salvador's, Church street, Clepington feus. — Correspondent — Re\ 
G. M. Duncan. Teacher— S. Miller, F.E.I.S. ; Infants' Department, Mis 
Jane Smith. 

S. Martin's, 67 Derby street.— Correspondent— Rev. G. M. Duncan 
Teacher — Miss Mary Gibb. 

S. Margaret's Mixed School, Ancrum road, Lochee.— Manager— Rev 
J. C. Cater. Teacher— Miss Marr. Infant Teacher— Miss Mabson Smith, 


St Andrew's (Boys), Tay street.— Manager— Very Rev. John Cano: 
Turner. Teachers— The Marist Brothers. 

St Andrew's (Girls), 174 Overgate.— Manager— Very Rev. John Canoi 
Turner. Teachers — The Sisters of Mercy. 

St Joseph's (Boys), 2 Larch street.— Manager— Rev. Canon Holder 
Teachers — The Marist Brothers. 

St Joseph's (Girls), Blackness road.— Manager— Rev. Canon Holder 
Teachers — Sisters of Mercy. 

St Mary's (Boys), Forebank road. — Manager — Rev. Canon Phelan. Teacher 
— The Marist Brothers. (Girls), Forebank road. Teacher— Miss Conway 
(Infants), Powrie place. Teachers— Sisters of Mercy. 

St Mary's, Lochee. — Managers — Rev. Thos. Canon Crumly, Rev. Johi 
Kilcullen, Rev. Robert Russell. Teachers— Boys, R. A. Smith ; Girls, Mis 
L. Morgan ; Infants, Miss R. Carej- . 

St Patrick's (mixed), Lilybank road.— Manager— Rev. Canon Butti 
Teachers— Miss M'Erlain and Miss Castagnino. 

Young Ladies' School, The Convent, Lawside.— Conducted by the Sister' 
of Mercy. Boarding school for young ladies. 


SEYMOUR Lodge School for Girls, 235 Perth road. — Conducted by 
iisses Cumming and Wallis. 

f Constitution Road Private School, Oak lodge. — Principals — Miss 
Boyd and Miss Gusta Meyer. 

| Government Navigation School, 33 Dock street. — Committee of Manage- 
ment—William Hunter (Chairman), Lord Provost Barrie, Alex. Mathewson, 
jienry M 'Grady, Duncan Macdonald, Alex. Leitch, Robert Mudie, William 
Chomson. Secy. — Captain Robert T. Leitch. Teachers — Captain Alexander 
Vood and Captain C. H. Brown. 

I Dundee Commercial College and School of Shorthand, Typewrit- 
ing, and Book-keeping, 41 Reform street. — Principal— A. W. Paton, 
irHonours) F.I.P.S. 

I Civil Service and Business Academy, 2 Euclid crescent. — Principal — 
W. Stewart Thomson, M.A., F.S.A., F.R.G.S. 

I Bruce's Business Training College and School of Shorthand, 
JCypewriting, and Book-Keeping, 13 Albert square.— Principal — William 
jiruce, F.I.P.S., F.Inc.S.T. (Telephone No. 01865.) 

Skerry's College, 2 India buildings. — Principals — George Edward Skerry 
Ed George Stewart. Resident Secretary — Alexander M'Gregor, M.A. 
! School of Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-Keeping, &c, 6 Garland 
place.— Teacher— William K. Smith, Hons.I.P.S., F.P.I. 
| Berlitz Schools of Languages, Ltd., 65 Commercial street. — Manager — 
P. Parisset. 

, Cercle Franc ais, 3 Seagate. — Principal— Jean Duchene. 
Ecole Francaise, 7 Ward road. — Teacher— Prof. C. Tosser. 
School of Cookery, 28 Ward road. — Teacher — Miss E. M. Dods. 
Bank Street Institution, 32 Bank street.— Teachers— Misses Milne. 

J MORGAN TRUST— Board of Governors.— Elected by the Town Council 
'Itf Dundee — Lord Provost Barrie (Chairman), and Jas. Perrie. By the Town 
pouncil of Forfar — Provost Adamson. By the Town Council of Arbroath — 
|?rovost Grant. By the Town Council of Montrose — Provost Melvin. By the 
iOirectors of the High School — Hugh Ballingall. By the Presbytery of 
.(Dundee — Rev. D. B. Cameron, M.A. By the School Board of Dundee — 
11 William Mudie. By the Nine Trades of Dundee — Convener Cappon. Clerk 
I,nd Factor — John M. Hendry, 39 Murraygate. 

jji'rom the Town Council, George Stevenson, William Doig, James Urquhart ; 
Jrom the School Board, Rev. D. B. Cameron, Duncan Macdonald, Rev. W. A. 
jDunbar ; from the Educational Trust, John C. Buist; from the Morgan Trust, 
Villiam Hunter ; from the High School Directors, James Logie ; and J. 
VI. Wattie, H.M. Inspector of Schools. John Thornton, Clerk. 

THE DUNDEE EDUCATIONAL TRUST.— For the administration of 
Educational Endowments. Governors elected by the Town Council — W. S. 
Vlelville, William Doig, J. H. Martin, and J. M. Nairn. The Burgh School 
Board — Rev. Joseph Holder, Rev. W. A. Dunbar, and Rev. D. B. Cameron. 
The Kirk-Session of Dundee — Rev. Dr Colin Campbell, Rev. R. S. Warren, 
Tames Low. Chamber of Commerce — Geo. K. Smith. The Trades Council — 
Tames Mann. The High School — Hugh Ballingall. The University College 
—Rev. Dr Cox. The Senatus of the University of St Andrews — Principal 
Stewart. Clerk and Factor— George Brodie Paul, 4 High street. 
The funds are applied in providing bursaries for the children of parents who 
t i ,re not in the receipt of parochial aid, but in circumstances requiring aid for 
j;iving them higher education. The allocation is as follows, viz. : — 



1. To provide school books and writing materials for children at ordinar 
schools, £200. 

2. To provide bursaries for education at the Harris and Morgan Academie 
for pupils in the sixth standard and upwards, each tenable for two years, re 
ceive from £6 to £10 per annum according to class attended. All awarded b 
public competition. Open to children attending any Board school in Dundee 
Authorized sum £700. 

3. To provide bursaries (1) for education at the High School for pupils attend 
ing a Board school in Dundee in the fourth, fifth, or sixth standard, each tenabl 
at the middle school not longer than three years, receive £10, £11, and £12 eacl 
year ; (2) for education at the Upper School of the High School. Open t. 
High School pupils only. Tenable for three years. Authorized sum £500. 

4. To provide bursaries to be held at a University, University College, o 
approved technical school, tenable for three years, of the value of £2, 
annually. Open to all who have attended a public or state-aided school ii 
Dundee at least one year before examination. Authorized sum £300. 

5. To provide bursaries for pupils attending evening classes for higher o 
technical instruction. Awarded by public competition; may be held for thre 
years, of the annual value of £1, £1 10s, and £2 respectively. Authorize) 
sum £400. The Morgan Trust contributes £150 per annum of this sum. 

6. For the promotion of efficient evening classes for gratuitous practica 
instruction in domestic economy — £250. 

GILFILLAN TESTIMONIAL FUND. —For the administration of th 
£1000 testimonial presented to the late Rev. George Gilfillan in 1877. O; 
the death of Mrs Gilfillan the fund was further augmented by the addition o 
£1240 from her estate. The fund is for the purpose of assisting educationall 
deserving youths, a preference being given to the sons or daughters of poo 
parents. The Trustees provide a bursary of £30 per annum for males tenabl 
for three years at any University in Scotland, and three bursaries of £1 
each tenable for one year at either the High School of Dundee or the Harri 
or Morgan Academies in the tenth class. Trustees — A. H. Moncur, Rober 
Murdoch. Sir John Cheyne, K.C., and Stewart Donald. Clerk and Factor- 
William C. Dickson, 20 Castle street. 

LENG TRUST. — For the encouragement of literary and scientific pursuit* 
and to promote the teaching of the Songs of Scotland. Trustees— Sir Joh: 
Leng, the Lord Provost, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, th 
Principal and the Professor or Lecturer of English Literature in Universit; 
College, and the Chairman of the Technical Institute. Secretaries— Sturroc 
& Morrison, 43 Nethergate. 

SCHOOL BOARDS.— Rural District. 

Auchterhouse.— Alexander M'Kay, Chairman ; Joseph Murray (Dry 
burgh), George Willsher, A. B. Watson, W. Cochrane. Clerk, Alexande 
Jamieson, Kirkton, Auchterhouse. 

Fowlis Easter.— William Keith Murray (Ochtertyre, Crieff), Chairman 
Alex. Anderson, Thomas Smith, Thomas Steele, J. B. Young. Clerk 
George Colston, Schoolhouse, Fowlis. 

Life, Ben vie, and Invergowrie.— Joseph Murray, Chairman ; ~Re\ 
John Kennedy, George Hosie, W. S. Mackie, James Robbie. Cleri 
T. H. B. Rorie, C.A., 33 Albert square, Dundee. 

Longforgan.— C. G. Gourlay, Chairman; W. B. Paton, James Stracharl 
C. H. Watson, AY C. Lawson. Clerk, D. M. Boyd, Longforgan. 

Lundie.— Joseph Murray (Dryburgh), Chairman ; Wm. Smith, Rev. P. Ii 
Burr, D.D., Thomas Bell, William Tarbet. Clerk, J. F. Forsyth, Easte 
Keith, Auchterhouse. 


Mains and Strath martine. — Rev. R. Spenser Ritchie, Chairman ; W- 

| Bell, W. D. Cargill, B.Sc, F.C.S., James Grant, William Smith, Adair*. 

"Simmers, David Nicoll. Clerk, W. L. Moncur, 26 Castle street, Dundee. 
Monikie. — Peter M'Intyre, Chairman ; David Stewart, David Fairlie, 

fohn W. A. Wilson. Clerk, Robert Steven, 7 Ward road. 

; Murroes. — John G. Soutar, Chairman; James R. Langlands, James. 

Melville, James Cameron, R. B. Galloway. Clerk, H. A. Forsyth, Murroes. 
Tealing. — William Bell, Chairman ; Walter G. Duncan, Geo. M'Naughton, 

David Phillip, James Stirton. Clerk, P. M. M'Kenzie, Schoolhouse, Tealing. 

\ DUNDEE LANDWARD SCHOOL BOARD.— David M'Intyre, Duntrune 
errace, West Ferry, Chairman ; Thomas M. Doclds, Baldovie ; Andrew 
Jreig, 3 Duntrune terrace, West Ferry ; F. M. Batchelor, Gotterstone 
?arm ; and Alexander Gilroy, Ballumbie. W. Thomson Currie, 5 Bank 
treet, Clerk and Treasurer. 

oad. President, Wm. Henderson ; Vice-Presidents, Sir William Ogilvy 
Dalgleish, Bart., William Hunter, A. H. Moncur, James Logie, 
William Mackison, R. H. Fleming, C. W. Scrimgeour, A. H. Stephen, 
vValker S. Melville, James Combe ; Hon. Secretaries, Charles Stewart, 
Robert Gibson ; Hon. Treasurers, James Low, B. L. Nairn ; General Secre- 
tary, William Stewart ; Directors, Edward Shepherd, D. M. Brown, R. C 
Campbell, R. H. Lundie, William Dickson, James H. Fargie, George C. Scott, 
John R. Ogilvie, H. B. Martin, Frank T. Mudie, William M'Leod, H. Torbet, 
Andrew Buik, John Aitchison, William Forbes. Cricket, Football, Cycling,.. 
Swimming and Angling Clubs ; Register of Lodgings for Young Men. 

Mid Boarding House, 33 and 37 South Tay street ; Branch, Millworkers' Hall, 
J4 Long wynd. — Established for the intellectual, social, and spiritual wellbeing. 
ff young women of all classes. Hon. President, Lady Kinnaird ; Acting 
Eon. President, Miss Jessiman, 1 Beechwood terrace ; Hon. Vice-Presidents,. 
Lady Dalgleish and Mrs James Henderson ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Alice Scott,. 
Riversdale ; Hon. Treas., Miss Maitland Dougall ; Committee, Mrs Urquhart, 
Mrs James Carmichael, Miss E. C. Doddrell, Mrs Lennox, Miss Millar, Mrs- 
lames Thomson, Miss Petrie, Miss Walker, Miss Maitland Dougall, Miss 
Mary Lindsay, Mrs Maitland Dougall, Mrs Wm. Cleghorn, Mrs Baxter (Kin- 
;aldrum) ; Secretary of Domestic Economy Section, Mrs S. Henderson ;. 
Property Committee, Sir W. Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart., James Carmichael, 
L H. Stephen, AY. Thomson Currie, Harry Walker, F. B. Sharp, R B. 
Don, J. C. Buist. Classes for Reading, Writing, Cookery, Dressmaking, 
Laundry, Sewing, Ambulance, Housewifely, &c. Registry for governesses- 
Mid servants. Resident Superintendent, Mrs Douglas. Restaurants, 3Sa_ 
Nethergate and 40 Albert street ; Boarding Houses for business women, 
Bbion House buildings, Nethergate, and 33 to 37 South Tay street — Super- 
ntendent, Miss Coghill. Refined Home of Rest, Buchan house, Edzell — 
larticulars from Superintendent, 33 South Tay street. 

T. Martin White ; Vice-Presidents, Dr Merry and A. H. Moncur ; Hon. 
Secretary, Thomas S. Murray, D.Sc, High School. 

Council. — (1) Representatives — Town Council — Walker Melville and 
jreorge Ritchie. Chamber of Commerce — W. O. Cunningham and Charles. 
E. Todd. Trades Council — Peter Reid and James Mann. Amalga- 
nated Engineers — George Milne and John Gow. School Board — Rev. D. B. 
Dameron and Rev. Wm. A. Dunbar. University College — Principal Yule- 
Mackay and Professor James Walker. High School Directors — Hugh, 


Ballingall and John Maclennan, M.A. Technical Institute— John Lindsa 
and J. S. Lumsden. Dundee Y.M.C.A.— R. Gibson and Charles Steward 
Dundee Educational Institute — W. B. Irvine and James Lamb. Loche 
Science and Art Classes — Andrew P. Fleming. Institute of Architecture 
Science, and Art— James P. Bruce. Dundee Institute of Engineers— D. J 
Macdonald. (2) Elected by Association — Professor Claxton Fidler, Ale? 
Elliot, John Mudie, Wm. C. Leng, A. H. Moncur, John Robertson, Georg 
Scott, J. Martin White, Wm. Henderson, Mrs Carlaw Martin, T. S. Murraj 

DUNDEE WORKING MEN'S FIELD CLUB.— President, James Fulton 
Secretary, J. Fletcher, University College. 

President, John Brown ; Vice-Presidents, Miss Skinner, A. M. Dundas 
Treasurer, Wm. Neill ; Representatives on Federation Council, G. Blackwooc 
Miss Paton; Secretary, J. S. M'Inroy, M.A., Morgan Academy. 

SCOTLAND.— President, Jas. A. Anderson, F.E.I.S. ; Treasurer, John Fergi 
son, F.E.I.S. ; Secretary, John Mudie, F.E.I.S., Glebe Lands Public School 

FINE ART GALLERIES, Albert Institute, Albert square, Lochee, an 
Arthurstone District Libraries, and Dudhope Museum, Dudhope Park. Con; 
mittee— From the Town Council— Lord Provost Barrie, Chairman; Bailie 
Martin, Soutar, Urquhart, Nicoll ; Treasurer Ritchie ; Councillors Ballingal'. 
Mathers, Don. From the Householders— Mrs Carlaw Martin, Dr Alexande 
Campbell, John Robertson, T. S. Robertson, James Kinnison, Charles Owei 
D. L. Carmichael, John Carnegie, William Hunter (Vice-Convener). 

Chief Librarian and Curator, and Clerk to Board, John Maclauchlan ; Sul 
Librarian, David Douglas; Assistant Librarians (Senior), David Scott, Jame 
Duncan, Alexander Webster, David E. Edward ; Juniors, Joseph Dundas 
Albert Dargie, Thomas Taylor, David Ross, and boys. 

Reference Library open 9 a.m. to 10 P.M. ; Lending Library, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. 
and 6 to 10 p.m. ; Libraries close on Thursdays at 2 p.m. Museum open Monda 
and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and 7 to 9.30 p.m. ; Tuesday, Thursday 
and Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. 

Lochee Branch Library and Reading Room.— Chief Librarian, Joh: 
Maclauchlan ; Assistant in Charge, John Leighton ; also junior. Open dail" 
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ; Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Arthurstone Terrace "Branch Library and ReadinCx Room.— Chie 
Librarian, John Maclauchlan ; Assistant-in-Charge, Alfred Ogilvie ; als 
juniors. Open daily 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. ; Thursdays, 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. 

Book Delivery Stations.— Northern, 94 Strathmartine road; North 
Western, 91 Lochee rd. ; Western, 203 Perth rd. Open daily 9 A.M. to 9 P.M 

Dudhope Park Museum of Mechanics, Engineering,' Physiography' 
Industries, and Archaeology.— Curator, John Maclauchlan, and assistants 
Open daily 11 a.m. to dusk ; Saturdays to 9.30 P.M. ; also open by arrange 
ment any evening for Mechanical, Science, Art, or Technical Classes. 

mittee— Mrs Carlaw Martin, Mrs Andrew Leitch, Miss Kynoch, Joh: 
Robertson, Jas. Kinnison, Wm. Hunter, David Mathers, Blain C. Douglas 
R. H. Fleming, Robert Smith, Dr Rorie, AVilliam S. Peddie, Alex. Simpson 
John Robertson, Chairman; John Maclauchlan, Secretary. 

DUNDEE FINE ART ASSOCIATION. — Victoria Galleries, Albeij 
square — Exhibition of Works of Living Artists. Chairman, John Robertso:j 
(Elmslea) ; Vice-Chairman, T. S. Robertson ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurei 
•John Maclauchlan. 




I DUNDEE ART UNION, Sanctioned by the Board of Trade, 1877.— Drawing 
»ibr Prizes annually. Chairman, John Robertson (Elmslea) ; Committee, Sir 
James Low,Robt. B. Sharp, John Robertson, T.S. Robertson, JohnRamsa}^ John 
Simpson, Hugh Ballingall, W. B. Robertson ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
John Maclauchlan. 

: THE DUNDEE ART SOCIETY.— Hon. Presidents, William M'Taggart, 
R.S.A., J. Martin White ; President, Charles G. L. Phillips ; Vice-President,. 
R. J. Berg ; Treasurer, C. L. Mitchell; Council, Stewart Carmichael, Charles 
B Soutar, Miss Macintyre, R. B. Smith ; Secretary, Edwin J. Smith, Leabank, 
Broughty Ferry. Club Rooms, 104 Nethergate. 

ART.— President, P. H. Thorns ; Vice-President, J. D. Mills ; Council, R. 
Blackadder, Leslie Ower, D. Dickie, Alex. Neilson ; Hon. Treasurer, C. G. 
Soutar ; Hon. Secretary, David L. Allan, 41 Reform street. Rooms, 104 

; ROYAL EXCHANGE READING-ROOM, Royal Exchange buildings.— 
Dhder the management of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce. 
R. Key Carnegie and David Ogilvy, Waiters. 

TION.— President, G. D. Macdougald, F.I.C.; Vice-Presidents, G. Worrall, 
Dr W. C. Cowan ; Council, W. Ogilvie, E. C. Patterson, R. S. Smart, A. 
Whittet, P. Henderson, J. D. Mathew, J. Nicoll, M. G. Rae, Baxter Gray, 
b. B. Hatch, W. F. Linn, J. Smith; Librarian, M. G. Rae; Portfolio 
Secretary, A. Campbell; Secretary of Survey Section, O. B. Hatch;. 
Auditors, W. Bertie, C. Dand ; Secretary and Treasurer, V. C. Baird, 
Broughty Ferry. Club Rooms, 39 High street. 

UNIVERSITY CLUB, 104 Nethergate.— President, James Thomson, M.A.,. 
LL.B. ; Vice-Presidents, Rev. James Dowie, Rev. F. J. Rae ; Treasurer, 
Allan Baxter; Committee, The Office-bearers, and Dr Foggie, J. Percy 
Sturrock, J. Dickson Dodds, Rev. John Kennedy, Fred J. Robertson ; Secre- 
tary, James Allison, M.A., LL.B., 61 Reform street. 

THE ARMITSTEAD TRUST.— Trustees, George Armitstead, J. C. Buist, 
Sir John Leng, M.P., John Robertson, Sheriff Campbell Smith, Robert 
Sinclair, M.D. ; Secretary, A. Mackay, C.A., 13 Albert square. 

DUNDEE NATURALISTS' SOCIETY.— President, Professor E.Waymouth 
Reid, F.R.S., B.A., M.B. ; Vice-President, Angus M'Gillivray, CM., M.D., 
F.R.S.E., F.S.A.(Scot.); Hon. Treasurer, A. B. Myles, 9 Nelson street; 
Hon. Secretaries, A. P. Stevenson, New Inn entry, and J. B. Corr, 5 Gowrie 

Local Committee— I. Julius Weinberg (Chairman), John Robertson, Rev. 
Dr Colin Campbell, Alex. Mackay, Victor Fraenkl, James Henderson, Henry 
M'Grady, Lord Provost Barrie, Principal Mackay, Sir G. W. Baxter, LL.D., 
R. B. Don, J. C. Buist, G. K. Smith, A. B. Gilroy ; Hon. Local Secretary, 
David Wylie, 38 Reform street. 

DUNDEE BURNS SOCIETY— Rooms, Lamb's Hotel.— Hon. Presidents, 
A. H. Millar, F.S.A.S., J. H. Martin, Frank Boyd; President, William 
Menzies; Vice-Presidents, James R. Blair, Thomas Nicoll; Treasurer, A. J. 
Leslie ; Committee, Misses Liddell, Stronner, Paul, Alfred A. Slidders, 
Simon G. Fraser, James C. Robertson ; Secretary, Duncan Anderson, jun., 
10 Forfar road. 

DUNDEE BURNS CLUB (I860)— Rooms, 36 Nethergate.— Hon. President, 
Sir John Leng, M.P. ; President, Thomas Bennett ; Vice-President, James L. 
'Christie; Treasurer and Librarian, E. Dobson ; Curator, John A. Purves ; 
■Committee, D. M. Robertson, Allan M. Robertson, Charles Wood ; Auditors, 
Alex. Ramsay, James Sharp ; Secretary, James Binny ; Caretaker, Mrs Stewart. 

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Slackness road; Boys, Baldovan. President, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Barf \l 
Vice-Presidents, Earl of Home, Lord Kinnaird, Sir- William Ogilv. l ; 
Dalgleish, Bart., George Armitstead, John Adam; Directors, Georg 
Carmichael, John Earl Robertson, James Martin, David Moodie, Robei| -.. 
B. Don, Robert Mudie, Robert Murdoch, James Cunningham, David Aiif 
James Henderson, William Doig, Sir G. W. Baxter, Francis Stevenson, Joh ' - 
Sharp, A. P. Mathewson, Alexander Hutton, Arthur J. Shepherd, Joh > 
Xidd, D. L. Carmichael ; Ladies' Committee, Miss Symers, Mrs Luisi „ 
Mrs R. Mudie, Mrs Steggall, Miss Carmichael, Mrs W. Henderson, Mrs W - 
H. Fergusson, Mrs J. H. Walker, Miss Smith, Miss Small, Mrs 
Lady Baxter, Miss Berry, Miss Henderson, Mrs James Henderson, Mrs EJff 
M. Greig, Mrs F. Sandeman, Mrs Fraenkl, Mrs W. L. Boase, Miss Macleoc'' • 
Mrs Osborne, Mrs Douglas ; Secretary to Ladies' Committee, Mrs Shepherd W l 
Secretary, W. M. Dickson, Baldovan; Treasurer, Robert C. Thomson J 
Physician, David M. Greig, CM, F.R.C.S.Ed. ; Auditor, David Don, C.A. I 

Baldovan School (Boys)— Superintendent, W. M. Dickson ; Teacher, F, Ly 
Alexander ; Assistant Teachers, T. A. Guild and John Macdonald ; Agen1«j, 
David Richards, 7 Park place. 

Balgay School (Girls)— Matron, Mrs Mitchell ; Teacher, Miss Smith. 

Boys' Home, 7 Park place.— Superintendent, David Richards; Matror| ;; 
Mrs Richards. 

DUNDEE WORKING BOYS' HOME, 3 West Bell street, for orpharl? 
■destitute, and homeless lads. — John W. Shepherd, Secretary; Alfred SmitlP 
Treasurer ; George Rankine, Superintendent. Committee of Management-! 3 
Jas. Combe, A. H. Moncur, Chas. Barrie, John W. Shepherd, Charles Morris! ; i 

DUNDEE ORPHAN INSTITUTION (1815).— Craigie terrace, Ferry roacf' 
President, A. H. Moncur ; Vice-Presidents, Hugh Ballingall, Duncan MacP 
donald. Directors — Ex officiis — Lord Provost, The Parish Minister of Dundee; rf 
Lord Dean of Guild, Deacon of the Maltmen, Convener of the Nine Trades! r 
Boxmaster of Seamen Fraternity, Preses of Faculty of Procurators anlRi 
Solicitors. Ordinary Directors — Henry Boase, John Adam, Robert Murdoch 
William Hunter, William Mudie, William Kidd, William Doig, Williarj 
Longair, Victor Fraenkl, David Mathers, William Reid, John Miln 
Governesses — Mrs James Adie, Mrs A. H. Moncur, Mrs V. Fraenkl, Mrj 
R. Polack, Mrs William Hunter, Lady Low, Mrs G. B. Paul, Mr! 
Thomas Bell, Mrs William Scott, Mrs J. C. Methven, Mrs John Mj 
Watson, Mrs James Reoch, Mrs D. M. Greig, Mrs James Mudie, Mrs D. L] 
'Carmichael, Mrs J. S. Fairweather, Mrs A. M. Grimond, Mrs T. H. Smith! 
Miss Mills, Miss Douglas, Miss Adie; Secretary, Mrs Wm. Longair, Eas 
Rockfield; Physician, David M. Greig, M.B., C.M. ; Ophthalmic Surgeonl 
A. M'Gillivray, M.D. ; Treasurer, John M. Watson, 10 Panmure street 
Secretary, D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside ; Master, Thomas M. Davidson} 
M.A., B.Sc, F.R.G.S. ; Matron, Mrs Davidson. 

the education and support of female orphans and other destitute girls, ill 
connection with the Episcopal Church. Patroness, Miss Ogilvy (Italy) I 
Directors, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Bart., of Baldovan (Chairman), Major A. Hi 
R. Ogilvy, D.S.O., H. T. N. Hamilton -Ogilvy, the Bishop of Brechin, ttola 


)ean of Brechin, Rev. R. R. Lingard-Guthrie, M.A. , Rev. Dr Slackness, John 
Sharp, G. D. Clayhills Henderson, Walter Shepherd, D. H. Littlejohn, 
(J. B. Don, Dr Greig, Herbert K. Ogilvy, W.S., Rev. Francis Burdon, 
(lev. Kenneth Mackenzie, M.A., Rev. Wm. Charles Wood, B.A. ; Medical 
)fficers, Dr Greig and Dr Butter (Downfield) ; Secretaries and Treasurers, 
Nicholson & Marquis, 32 Castle street ; Matron, Mrs Moore. 

| ROYAL INFIRMARY (including Maternity Hospital).— President, Sir 
IVilliam Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart. ; Vice-Presidents, George Armitstead, John 
Idam, Sir R. H. A. Ogilvy, Bart. ; Directors, R. G. Kennedy, William 
Low, Rev. R. S. Warren, H. A. Pattullo, William Thomson, J. C. Buist, 
lugh Ballingall, George Malcolm, David Air, jun., John Robertson, P. 
Ipence Mudie, James Guthrie, I. J. Weinberg, Principal Mackay, Dr A. J. 
)uncan, C. E. Todd, P. S. Brown. 

i Honorary Consulting Physicians, A. James Duncan, M.D., Robert Sinclair, 
I.D. ; Honorary Consulting Surgeon, Alex. Campbell, M.D., F.R.C. S.E. ; 
lonorary Consulting Dental Surgeon, Walter Campbell, L.D.S.Eng. ; Visiting 
'hysicians, Professor A. M. Stalker, M.D., J. Mackie Whyte, M.D. ; Visiting 
,'avrgeons, Professor MacEwan, M.D., David M. Greig, CM., F.R.C. S.E. ; 
mral Surgeons, Peter Campbell, M.B., G. Taylor Guild, M.B. ; Ophthalmic 
'.urgeon, Angus M'Gillivray, M.D. ; Obstetric Physicians and Gynecologists, 
.'rofessor J. A. Campbell Kynoch, M.B., F.R.C. P. Ed., Robert C. Buist, 
I.D., M.RC.P.Ed. ; Dental Surgeons. W. Graham Campbell, M.B., CM., 
^.D.S.Ed., J. Douglas Shepherd, L.D.S.Ed. 

Medical Attendants on Out -Patients at their own Houses. — 1. East District — 
1 F. Whyte, M.B., CM., 10 Wellington street. From the North-East and East 
boundaries of the Burgh to Castle street, Murraygate, Wellgate, 
[illtown, and Mains road. 2. Middle District— G. W. Miller, M.B., 
'ay Street Dispensary. From Boundaries above stated on the East, to 
jinaH's wynd, Hunter street, and Blinshall street on the West. 3. West 
district — D. Beattie Bain, M.D., 3 Airlie place. From the West Boundaries 
f the Middle District stated above, to Western and North-Western limits 
f the town. 4. Lochee District — James K. Lennox, L.F.P.S.G., Lochee. 

Treasurer, George C Keiller, 9 Panmure street ; Secretary, D. Gordon 
tewart, 10 Meadowside ; Medical Superintendent, H. E. Fraser, M.D. ; 
[atron, Miss Duff ; Collector, Robert Brown. 


'[anagement — President, Lord Provost Barrie ; Vice-Presidents, Alexander 
[athewson, A. H. Moncur ; Ordinary Members, William Kidd, William 
,ettie, Dr Alex. Campbell, R. G. Kennedy, R. B. Sharp, I. J. Weinberg, 
ames Guthrie, Alexander Hutton, John Robertson (Elmslea), Rev. H. 
unnynghame, George Ritchie, John J. Watson. Admission Committee — 
Ilex. Mathewson, William Kidd, Dr Sinclair, Dr Alex. Campbell, R. G. 
".ennedy, Professor MacEwan, Professor Stalker, R. B. Sharp, James 
-uthrie, John Robertson (Elmslea), George Ritchie. 

Hon. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons, Professor Stalker, M.A., M.D., 
rofessor MacEwan, M.D., CM., Robert Sinclair, M.D., Alex. Campbell, 
E.D., F.R.CS.E. ; Visiting Surgeons, David M. Greig, CM., F.R.C.S.E., 

eorge Halley, M.A., M.B., CM., F.R.CS.E. 

Hon. Secretary, Wm. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers ; Treasurer, W. L. 
attullo, F.S.A.A. ; Auditor, T. H. B. Rorie ; Matron, Miss Little ; Consult- 
ig Architect, James Findlay. 

KINGSCROSS HOSPITAL, Clepington road.— Medical Superintendent, 
[harles Templeman, M.D., D.Sc. Matron, Miss Ada Ramsay. 


SMALLPOX AND CHOLERA HOSPITAL, Kingscross.— Medical Superii 
tendent, Charles Templeman, M.D., D.Sc. Porter, William Marr. 


Executive Committee— Lord Provost Barrie, President ; Alexander MathevJ 
son, A. H. Moncur, Vice-Presidents ; William Hunter, Principal Mackav 
Professor MacEwan, Dr Alexander Campbell, Dr Templeman, Edward CoV 
A. B. Gilroy, F. B. Sharp, I. J. Weinberg, Alexander Hutton, William Doij 
George Ogilvie ; Resident Medical Superintendent, Ronald Campbell Macfid 
M.A., M.B., CM.; Matron, Violet M. Wilson; Hon. Treasurer, Robei, 
Murray ; Hon. Secretary, AVm. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers. 

Countess of Strathmore ; President, Mrs Don ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Anstruthe 
Duncan, Mrs N. K. Mackenzie, Mrs Carlaw Martin, Mrs Weinberg ; Treasurers! 
Mrs F. B. Sharp, Mrs J. Walker ; Committee of Management, Mrs Don, Mi 
Aristruther Duncan, *Miss Garriock, Miss Gilroy, D. M. Greig, F.R.C.S.Ed, 
*Mrs Kuenen, Miss Leng, Mrs Carlaw Martin, Mrs N. K. Mackenzie, Mrs "W 
Mackenzie, Dr A. M. Moorhead, George Ogilvie, Miss Ogilvie, *Miss Oliphant 
Mrs Polack, F. B. Sharp, *MrsF. B. Sharp, *Mrs A. Shepherd, *Miss Campbe 
Smith. Miss Small, Professor Stalker, M.D., Professor D'Arcy W. Thompsor 
C.B., *Dr E. C. Thomson, W. R. H. Valentine, *Mrs J. Walker, *Miss ME 
L. Walker, Mrs Weinberg, Mrs Mackie Whyte ; Medical Officers, Dr Emil 
C. Thomson, Dr Alice M. Moorhead ; Nurse-Matron, Miss Bowhill 
Secretary, Miss M. L. Walker, 9 Wellington street. (Those marked * ar< 
members of House Committee.) 

ROYAL LUNATIC ASYLUM (1812).— Extraordinary Directors— Ex officii 
-Earl of Strathmore, Captain Sinclair, M.P., Henry Johnston, K.C., Si 
John Leng, M.P., L.L.D., Edmund Robertson, M.P., the Moderator of Syno< 
of Angus and Mearns. Directors for Life — Earl of Camperdown, Captai; 
Clayhills Henderson, Henry M'Grady, William Hunter. Ordinary Director 
-Ex-officiis — Lord Provost Barrie, Bailie M'Kinnon, and Lord Dean of GuiL 
Peters. Nine Trades — George Willsher, J. A. Kidd, James Binny. Thre 
Trades — James Powrie. Guildry — James Mitchell, John B. Haj T , Willian 
Nicoll, Hugh Ballingall. Seamen Fraternity — Captain David Simpson 
Mason Lodges — William Hynd. Kirk-Session — Rev. J. M. Benson, Thos 
Russell. Presbytery— Rev. W. Wright, Lochee, and Rev. D. B. Cameron 
County Council— W. F. Bell, James Miller, D. MTntyre, Wm. Smith 
Royal Infirmary — Alex. Campbell, M.D., Wm. Low, A. B. Gilroy, Davit 
MacEwan, M.D., J. P. Smith, Rev. G. R. Macphail, Principal Mackay, J. W 
Fleming, Lord Provost Barrie (Chairman of Directors). Committee o 1 
Management — A. B. Gilroy, Chairman ; W. F. Bell, William Low, Jame 
Mitchell, William Hunter, and J. W. Fleming. Treasurer — D. MTntyre 
C.A., 13 Albert square. Secretary — Robert C. Walker, 5 Whitehall street. ' 

LONGMORE HOSPITAL— Founded 1874.— The Hospital is open for th 
reception of incurable patients from all parts of the country. Has accom 
modation for 150 patients, including 6 private rooms, and 6 wards for cance 
cases. Local Treasurer in Dundee — James Low, Town and County Bank, Ltd ! 
Secretary and Treasurer — Walter Macgregor, F.S., LA., 32 York place 

HOME FOR INCURABLES, King Street court.— This Institution ha 
accommodation for 22 Females. Four of the beds are endowed. Application! 
for admission to be sent to the sister in charge of St Mary's, 10 King street 
Treasurer, Bishop of Brechin, Chaplain. 


| BALDOVAN ASYLUM (1855).— For the treatment, education, and train- 
ing of Imbecile Children of both sexes. Under the patronage of the King and 
Queen. Patrons — Earl of Strathmore, Earl of Southesk, K.T., Earl of 
Oamperdown, Lord Provost of Dundee. Trustees under the constitution, Sir 
Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart, of Baldovan, Major A. H. R. Ogilvy, D.S.O., 
Bishop of Brechin, Rev. Dr Colin Campbell, Dr Greig, D. H. Littlejohn ; 
Board of Directors, Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart. (Chairman), Major A. 
E. R. Ogilvy, D.S.O., Right Rev. Bishop Robberds, Rev. R. Spenser Ritchie, 
Rev. R. Lorimer, M.A., Rev. Kenneth Mackenzie, M.A., Dr Greig, D. H. 
Littlejohn, H. T. N. Hamilton Ogilvy, Rev. George Mackness, D.D., 
Herbert K. Ogilvy, W.S., Rev. Francis Burdon, Rev. William Charles 
Wood, B.A., Rev. D. Harrower Lochhead. 

Medical Superintendent, Dr Greig ; Secretaries and Treasurers, Nichol- 
son & Marquis, 32 Castle street ; Matron Superintendent, Miss Christina 
Butter ; Sub-Matron, Miss Low ; Governess, Miss Miller ; Gardener, George 

| CONVALESCENT HOUSE, Dundee, 14 William st., Forebank.— For the 
benefit of females who have been discharged from the Infirmary, and others 
■ecovering from sickness. Such persons are taken into the Convalescent House 
: or a month. Patronesses, The Countess of Southesk, Frances Lady Kinnaird ; 
Trustees, Bishop of Brechin, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Bart., Vaness C. Baird, 
Tames Carmichael, David H. Littlejohn, Captain A. H. R. Ogilvy, Arch. 
iV. Sturrock ; Resident Lady Superintendent, Miss A. F. Marshall ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, A. W. Sturrock, Savings Bank ; Hon. Medical Super- 
ntendent, Dr George Lowson. 

THE DUNDEE CONVALESCENT HOME, Baenhill, Broughty Ferry.— 
The building is capable of accommodating 84 patients. The Management is 
n the hands of the Directors of the Dundee Royal Infirmary. Medical 
)fficer, J. F. Sturrock, M.B. ; Matron, Miss Bowman ; Secretary, D. Gordon 
Stewart, 10 Meadowside ; Treasurer, G. C. Keiller, 9 Panmure street. 
Idmission can be obtained on presenting to the Medical Superintendent at 
he Infirmary a recommendation from a medical practitioner in Dundee. 

Ohurch) — Instituted 1893, 113 and 115 Ferry road. — Mrs Cochrane, Matron. 

ST MARGARET'S HOME (for Domestic Servants), Lawside.— Under the 
iare of the Sisters of Mercy. Also Orphanage for Girls (intended for 
restitute orphan children). 

oad. — Under direction of Mrs Bramwell Booth. Secretary, Major Ada M. 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS— Meeting-house and Philanthropic Institute, 
Vhitehall crescent. —Local Trustees, R. T. M. Allan, Mrs M. M. A. Steel] 

Iiss M. S. Saunders Allan, LL.A. Building Committee — Treasurer 
|. T. M. Allan, and Mrs M. M. A. Steel, Seafield lodge, Magdalen green. 

Ice-Presidents, the Lord Provost of Dundee, Lord Kinnaird, Sir R. H. A. 

)gilvy, Bart., Sir William Dalgleish, Bart., George Armitstead, 
[lev. Dr Colin Campbell, Robert Sinclair, M.D. ; Sub - Committee 
|f Business, Colonel Rankin (Chairman), Professor Steggall (Vice- 
chairman), Charles F. Templeman, M.D., R. C. Buist, M.D., W. Kinnear, 

I.D., Colonel Hill, 1st V.B.R.H., P. Kerr, A. F. C. Clark, M.B., CM., 
\V. E. Foggie, M.A., M.B., CM., Geo. Halley, M.B., CM., F.R.C.S., 

"reorge W. Miller, M.B., Ch.B., Colonel Thomson, J. N. Kyd, Harry 

Talker; Secretary and Treasurer, David Don, C.A., 104 Commercial street. 




BANNATYNE HOME OF BEST, Newtyle.— President, A. H. MoncurU 
Treasurer, William Kidd, 14 Windsor street ; Secretary, James Combe, ji 
Laurelbank. Directors — John Robertson (Elmslea), William Longair, Jame 
Logie, Jas. H. Martin, William Doig, Dr Alex. Campbell, Dr MacEwan, Jame 
Pollock, Alexander Mathewson. Matron — Miss W. A. Smith. 

Edzell. — Available for all young women in need of rest or change. Appl;i 
for terms to the Superintendent, Y.W.C.A., 33 South Tay street. 

THE HOME. — An Institution for the Reformation of Females, 23 Paton ', 
lane. Established 1848. Under the Patronage of the late Duchess of Kent 
Patronesses — Frances Lady Kinnaird, Mrs Harry Warren Scott, Miss Ogilv 
(Florence). Patron — Earl of Strathmore. Committee — Frances Lad 
Kinnaird, Miss Ogilvy (Baldovan), Mrs Luis, Miss Symers, Mrs J. J. Johnstone 
Lady Baxter, and Mrs A. M. Grimond. Treasurer and Secretary to th 
Ladies' Committee, Mrs J. J. Johnstone, Newport ; General Treasurer, Davi 
Don, 104 Commercial street ; Physician, Dr Greig ; Superintendent 
Mrs Swanston ; Assistant Superintendent, Miss Mackenzie. 

Lochee road. — Under the management of a Committee of Ladies : — Mi 
Mackenzie, Honorary President; Mrs Henderson, President; Mrs Watso 
and Mrs Steggall, Vice-Presidents ; Miss Walker, Sunnybank, Magdalen greer. 
Secretary; D. M. Nisbet, Commercial Bank, Hon. Treasurer; Miss M'Donalc 
Matron. Laundry and Sewing work done, regarding which application ma 
be made to the Matron. 

"MARS " TRAINING SHIP INSTITUTION, in the River Tay, for Home 
less and Destitute Boys. — Patrons, Marquess of Breadalbane, Earl of Campe 
down, Earl of Elgin, Earl of Strathmore, Lord Kinnaird, George Armitsteac 
C. S. Parker ; President, Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart ; Trustee 
Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart., Thomas Bell, David Bruce, H. I 
Wedderburn. General Committee — The Convener of the County of Pertl 
H. S. Home Drummond of Blair Drummond, the Convener of the Count 
of Fife, Robert Cathcart of Pitcairlie, the Convener of the County c 
Aberdeen and Chairman of the Finance Committee ; the Sheriffs-Substitut 
at Cupar Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth; Lord Provosts of Aberdeer 
Dundee, Edinburgh, Perth; Provosts of Arbroath, Brechin, Cupar Fife 
Forfar, Montrose, St Andrews; Sir John Leng, M.P., Thos. Bell, Councillc. 
Balfour (Portobello), Dav. Bruce, Commander Maitland Dougall, R.N. , W. B 
Fergusson, David Air, Joseph Gibson, J. C. Buist, Councillor M'Arth 
(Edinburgh), Councillor Murray (Edinburgh), J. W. Kidd, Captain Clay hill 1 
Henderson, R.N., David M'Intyre, W. Y. Blyth-Martin. Dean of Guil 
Bruce (Edinburgh), Alex. H. Moncur, Alex. Scott, W. N. Walke* 
H. S. Wedderburn, David Harris (Edinburgh), James Guthrie, Williar 
Thomson, John Robertson. Executive Committee — W. N. Walker (Chan 
man), the President (ex-officio), Thomas Bell, Commander Maitland Dougal 
W. H. Fergusson, Joseph Gibson, J. W. Kidd, John Robertson, H. S. Weddei 
burn, James Guthrie, William Thomson ; also, the Lord Provost, Dean c 
Guild, and three members of the Town Council of Edinburgh. 

Captain-Superintendent, A. L. Scott, late Lieut. R.N. ; Surgeon, Dr Stewart 
Newport ; Auditor, J. C. Robertson, C.A. ; Secretary and Treasurer, Ales' 
Mackay. C.A., 13 Albert square. 

Combe; Treasurer, J. H. Martin; Secretary, George Rankine, 3 West Bell si 

DUNDEE INDIGENT SICK SOCIETY.— Directors— Alex. H. Moncui 
President ; Francis Stevenson, Vice-President ; John Adam, William Kidc: 
Alex. Mathewson, James Perrie, Geo. Stevenson, Peter Murray ; Treasure* 
Robert Murray ; Secretary, D. Gordon Stewart, 10 Meadowside. 


iBranch).— President, Lady Low; Honorary Secretary, Mrs C. J. Bisset, 
W Windsor street. 

? SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HELP SOCIETY.— President, Lord Provost 
Barrie; Vice-Presidents, William Hunter, Mrs Hunter, W. L. Pattullo, 
F.S.A.A. ; Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, J. Percy Sturrock, 43 

; Vice-President, Miss Shaw; Treasurer, Mrs T. H. Smith; Secre- 
tary, Miss J. C. M'Lean, Duncarse. 

DUNDEE EYE INSTITUTION, 86 Nethergate. — President, Sir 

William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart. ; Vice-Presidents, Thomas Murdoch, John 

c rtobertson ; Ordinary Directors, Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D., Henry M'Grady, 

|. C. Thomson, R. G. Kennedy, J. C. Buist, T. H. Smith, R. B. Sharp, 

William Henderson, W. Gordon Thomson, Arthur P. Mathewson, W. O. 

Cunningham, D. L. Carmichael ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, W. A. Bell, 

;.0 Whitehall street ; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, Dr Steven ; Surgeons, Dr 

Duncan, Dr M'Gillivray ; Standing Committee, Thos. Murdoch, Rev. C. M. 

pant, D.D., T. H. Smith, John Robertson, R. B. Sharp, William Henderson, 

It. O. Cunningham, D. L. Carmichael, Dr Duncan, Dr M'Gillivray, the 

-Secretary and Treasurer, T. H. Smith (Convener) ; Dispenser, John Forsyth ; 

lajlttendant, Sergeant-Major Tait. 

I Istablished in 1865, by the late Mr and Mrs Francis Molison, of Errol Park. 
President, Sir Win. Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart. ; Vice-Presidents, Thos. Murdoch, 
91. G. Kennedy; Directors, Alex. Johnston, John C. Buist, Victor 
1'raenkl, Robt. Murray, W. Gordon Thomson, Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D., Jas. 
jjlenderson, Alex. Guthrie, T. H. Smith, R. B. Sharp, Harry Walker, John 
j }L Henderson, W. C. Leng ; Treasurer, W. M. Ritchie, 6 Panmure street ; 
.jjlecretary, William Arthur Bell, 10 Whitehall street; Manager, Colin 

|| Boarding House in connection with Institution. — Directors, &c, as above, 
* ad Ladies' Committee— Lady Ogilvy Dalgleish, President ; Miss MacLeod, 
1 Jgyle place, Thomson street, Secretary. 

| ir John Leng, M. P., Edmund Robertson, K.C., M.P., George Armitstead ; 
,jj resident, John Robertson ; Vice-President, David Air ; Directors, Alex. 
j[I;. Moncur, Charles Barrie, W. S. Melville, George Carmichael, John 
ylobertson, Alexander Gilroy, David Air, W. O. Cunningham, D. L. 
, r larmichael, Arthur P. Mathewson, George Stevenson, Robert Murdoch ; 
J 'on. Secretary and Treasurer, AValker S. Melville, 46 Bell street ; Mission 
j.liperintendent, John Gait, 26 Castle street (to whom subscriptions, &c, 
iljj ay be paid) ; Assistant Missionary, Andrew J. Maltman. 
(|ND DUMB, Dudhope Bank, 165 Lochee road. Established 1846. For the 
I lucation of Deaf and Dumb Children belonging to Dundee and neighbour- 
hood. President, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Bart. ; Vice-Presidents, George 
leslsTnitstead, John Miln ; Directors, The Lord Provost of Dundee, the 
Iieriff-Substitute of the Dundee District, the Lord Dean of Guild, the Con- 
nrJner of the Nine Trades, W. Hunter, W. B. Robertson, Alexander Simpson, 
ttiilex. Elliot, William Doig, A. H. Stephen, John D. Mathew ; Head Master, 
tii|>bert Hansell; Matron, Mrs K. Stevenson; Secretary and Treasurer, 
bid Don, C.A., 104 Commercial street. The Institution is open to 
itors from 10 to 12 and from 2 to 4 o'clock every week-day except 


(Established 1893)— Mission Hall, Dudhope Castle. President, Sir Jarr. 
Low; Vice-President, Sir John Leng, M.P. ; Directors, Lord Prove 
Barrie (Convener), Rev. Charles Shaw, Rev. John Martin, Dune 
Macdonald, John Miln, David Mathers, William Henderson, B. L. Nail 
John D. Mathew, Robert Murdoch, J. H. Martin, David Air; Arbroa 
Representative, Rev. J. Murray ; Inverness Representative, Rev. D. Connt 
Hon. Treas., J. H. Alexander; Hon. Accountant, R. C. Thomson; Missiona 
and Secretary, Archibald Welsh. Supported by voluntary subscriptions. 

E. F. Maitland, Edward Cox, John W. Shepherd, James Carmichael, andG. 
Smith. Committee of Management— John W. Shepherd (Hon. Presiden 
Edward Shepherd (President), E. F. Maitland and Edward Cox (Vice-Pre 
dents), James C. Fyfe, James Pryde, John Moncur, R. I. Gunn Budge, Jan 

F. Adam, William Steven, Thomas H. Davidson, Mrs Edward Shepherd, M * -,, 
M. Strachan, Miss Helen Smart, Miss M. Thomson ; Joint Secretaries, R. , 
Campbell and John Shand ; Joint Treasurers, John AY. Shepherd, 49 Meado 
side, and Adam Hunter, 13 Albert square. Mission Halls, corner of B 
Street lane and Constitution road. 

DUNDEE DAY NURSERIES, Isles' lane, Hillbank, and Lilybank.— Pre | 
dent, Marchioness of Breadalbane; Vice-President, Miss Ogilvy ; Hon. Sec , 
tary and Treasurer, Robert C. Thomson; Hon. Physicians, Dr Bain, DrKeij „j 
Ladies' Committee of Management, Mrs Weinberg (President), Mrs Garrio<| j 
Miss Robertson, Mrs Fisher, Mrs J. M. Campbell, Miss Smith ; Gentlemej !W] 
Committee, Rev. Dr Colin Campbell, John Robertson, Dr Sinclair, I. 
Weinberg, Rev. John Mills, Walter Shepherd, G. K. Smith, W. Gord 
Thomson, William Henderson. 

CHILDREN.— Established 1890 ; Office, 2 Dudhope place ; Children's Shelt 
1 Laurelbank. President, Lord Provost Barrie ; Vice-Presidents, Lc 
Kinnaird, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Bart., Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bai 
A. H. Moncur, Alexander Mathewson ; Committee, Sir Reginald Ogil 
(Chairman), Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D., Rev. James Wilson, Rev. Canon Hold 
Dr Peter Young, Wm. Doig, W. H. Fergusson, John Earl Robertson, R. 
Kennedy, David Air, Alex. Hutton, Dr D. M. Greig, James Logie, Thon 
Murdoch, D. L. Carmichael, Robert Murray ; Physician, D. M. Greig, M. 
CM., F.R.C.S.E ; Officer, William D. Williamson, 2 Dudhope pla 
Matron of Children' Shelter, Mrs Buchan ; Secretary and Treasurer, F. 
Scott, 27 Bank street. 

ANIMALS.— Hon. President, The Earl of Strathmore ; President, L< 
Provost Barrie; Vice-Presidents, Sir John Leng, M.P., Alex. Mathews 
Wm. L. Boase, I. Julius Weinberg ; Directors, Mrs Hunter, Miss Grimoi 
Miss Miller, Miss Campbell Smith, A. B. Gilroy, Alex. Hutcheson, Jar *L 
Ritchie, Thomas H. Smith, John H. Buist, D. S. Smith, W. C. Honeym » 
James Guthrie, John Sharp ; Treasurer, W. M. Ritchie, 6 Panmure stre ffl 
Secretary, Thos. P. Buist, 16 Castle street ; Inspectors, George T. Wait* J» 
Woodside, East Newport, and James A. Wallace, 9 Cardean street. 

CURB NIGHT REFUGE, 5 West Bell street.— President, Alex. H. Mono 
Vice-Presidts. , Lord Provost Barrie, Alex. Mathewson ; Directors, Wm , Hurd pn 
Victor Fraenkl, John Henderson, Wm. Doig, A. H. Stephen, J. W. Shephej to 
George Stevenson, John Robertson (Elmslea), Francis Stevenson, Arthur B » 
Mathewson, Chas. Morris, Andrew Spalding, J. W. Fleming ; Treas. , Alf 
Smith, G Panrmire street ; Secretary, James Combe, 2 Laurelbank ; bupe; 
tendent, George Rankine. 








CHARITY ORGANIZATION SOCIETY, 7 West Bell street.— President, 
brd Provost Barrie ; Vice-Presidents, Sir R. H. A. Ogilvy, Bart., Sir Wm. 
,gilvy Dalgleish, Bart., A. H. Moncur, Hugh Ballingall, Henry M 'Grady, 
ilex. Matliewson, Sir James Low, Wm. Hunter ; Executive Council, Bailie 
joig (Chairman), Walker S. Melville and D. L. Carmichael (Vice-Chairmen), 
:ie President and Vice-Presidents, Rev. Dr Colin Campbell, Thos. Murdoch, 
tames Johnston, R. G. Kennedy, Walter Shepherd, Francis Stevenson, Jas. 
ienderson, W. H. Fergusson, Sir G. W. Baxter, LL.D., Henry Boase, James 
f. Kidd, A. W. Scott, T. H. Smith, Professor Steggall, John Couper, Alex. 
! utton, William Salmond, Duncan Eitchie ; Hon. Secretary, David Clarke, 
U Reform street ; Hon. Treasurer and Investigating Agent, John Dunlop. 

llexander H. Moncur; Vice-Presidents, James Logie, Edward Cox, Francis 
I ;evenson ; Chairman (Morning Meeting), James Combe ; Secretary, George 
|>ankine, 3 West Bell street ; Treasurer, A. H. Stephen, 105 Magdalen green. 

DUNDEE LADIES' UNION.— Honorary President, Mrs H. W. Scott of 
blgay ; President, Miss Symers, St Helens ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs J. H. Luis, 
! rs Longair, Mrs W. L. Boase, Mrs Whytock ; Committee, Mrs J. D. Bruce, 
rrs Longair, Miss Fairweather, Miss Jessiman, Mrs Hutton, Mrs E. 
Ienderson, Mrs A. B. Duncan, Mrs Steel, Mrs Alexander Guthrie, Miss 
rilson, Mrs Nairn, Mrs W. O. Cunningham, Mrs D. R. Robertson, Mrs 

r . G. Thomson, Mrs Mudie, Mrs Pirie, Miss Miller, Mrs J. M. Hendry, Mrs 
prrie, Mrs David Carmichael, Mrs Troup, Miss Lindsay, Mrs Don, Mrs 
!r . A. Bell, Mrs W. H. B. Martin; Hon. Secretary, Miss Reoch, Grenada, 
Newport ; Hon. Treasurer, William Arthur Bell, 10 Whitehall street. 
I Girls' Boarding House (under charge of the Union).— Rose street. 
^Prison Gate Mission Home, 107 Ferry road.— Mission Agent, Mrs Smith. 
j CHILDREN'S FREE DINNER FUND.— For Assistance to poor School 
pard children during severe weather. Chairman, William Doig ; Treasurer, 
|, W. Scrimgeour. 


EE DWELLINGS OF THE POOR, &c— President and Chairman of 

eneral Committee, Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart ; Vice-Presidents, Geo. 
gilvie, Professor Steggall ; Convener of Housing Committee, Geo. Ogilvie ; 
bperintendent of Housing, Miss M. L. Walker ; Trustees for Housing Trust, 

r G. W. Baxter, Jas. Cunningham, Alex. Mathewson, R. B. Don, Professor 
peggall, Miss E. M. Miller ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Robertson & 
itaylor, 26 Castle street. 

NEWPORT CHILDREN'S HOME, Comerton, by Leuchars, Fife.— Hon. 
president, Sir John Leng, M.P. ; President, John W. Shepherd ; Vice- 
Iresidents, W. Y. Blyth Martin, Rev. S. B. Hodson, Alex. Scott, Alexander 
Lhomson; Trustees, Sir John Leng, M.P., Edward Cox, William Thomson, 
phn W. Shepherd ; Committee, Miss Cunningham, Miss Leng, Miss 
l.acLeod Mrs J. C. Low, Miss Moir, Miss Etta Johnston, Mrs Daniel 
|a,wson, Mrs D. H. Robertson, Rev. Thomas Munn, Wm. Thomson, Daniel S. 
[tnith, J. O. Adams, James Husband, Rev. W. Wood, F. E. Scott ; 
treasurer, William Bain ; Secretary, J. J. Lowson, 4 Norwood, East New- 
nrt ; Matron, Miss Mary Sturrock ; Medical Referee, Dr Stewart. 
I FEMALE SOCIETY, for Visiting and Relieving Aged Females in Distressed 
lircumstances. — President, Mrs Malcolm, Westdene, Perth road ; Joint 
treasurers, Miss Symers, St Helens, and Miss Wilson, Fintry cottage, 
jjroughty Ferry ; Secretary, Miss Agnes Shaw, 138 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE LADIES' WORK SOCIETY.— President, Mrs M'Grady ; Hon. 
jtreas., Mrs Garriock; Secy., Mrs W. B. Wilson, Seafieldter., Brot'y Ferry. 




LAND above 50 Years of Age and Unmarried. — Number of Annuitants 
804, of wbom 19 reside in Dundee and neighbourhood, and 29 in Forfar 
shire. The Annuities paid in March 1905 amounted to £9,125. Secretary anc 
Cashier, James M'Kerrell Brown, C.A., 44 Queen st., Edinburgh ; Treasure] 
in Dundee, J. Dickson Dodds, 2 India buildings. 

CLOTHING SOCIETY.— Miss Petrie, 4 Airlie terrace, Secretary; Miss 
Shaw, 138 Nethergate, Treasurer. 

Auxiliary). — Vice-Presidents, Joseph Gibson, John Robertson, Williarr. 
Hunter ; Local Directors, Alex. Mackay (Chairman), Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D, 
(Vice-Chairman), Rev. G. Mackness, D.D., Rev. G. E. Troup, Rev. J. B,' 
Wood, Rev. Alex. Osborne, Geo. C. Spence, James H. Smith, DrMackie Whyte, 
William C. Leng, J. C. Robertson, Rev. John Martin, A. H. Stephen 
Ladies' Committee, Mrs Fred. Sandeman, Mrs Mackay, Mrs Greig, Mrs 
Osborne, Mrs Wm. Stephen, Mrs Troup, Mrs Wm. Kinnear, Mrs T. H. H t] 
Walker, Mrs Air, Mrs Thomas Maitland ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer 
A. H. Stephen, Arctic Tannery. 

SICK POOR NURSING SOCIETY— The Caird Home for Nurses, 1 Pari 
place. — Superintendent, Miss Mackay ; Hon. President, The Earl of Strath 
more ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Lord Kinnaird, Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish 
Bart., Sir John Leng, M.P., William Hunter; President, Alexande: 
H. Moncur; Vice-Presidents, Alex. Mathewson, John Robertson (Elmslea) 
Directors, Dr Campbell, Dr MacEwan, William Kidd, William Henderson 
William Doig, A. B. Duncan, Rev. Dr C. M. Grant, R. B. Sharp, Jame 
H. Martin, Walter Shepherd, Rev. John Martin, John Kidd, J. C. Buist 
Dr Stalker, Dr M'Farlane ; Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, & Co. ; Hon. Secretary 
James Combe, Laurelbank ; Ladies' Committee, Mrs Hunter (President) 
Mrs Combe (Secretary), Mrs Moncur, Mrs Wybrants, Mrs Lennox, Mr 
Barrie, Miss Wybrants, Mrs C. C. Maxwell, Mrs John Walker. 

PRISON AID SOCIETY.— President, Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Bart ; Vice 
Presidents, Sir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart., Sir John Leng, M.P., the Lon 
Provost of Dundee, and Sheriff Campbell Smith ; Directors, Alexander H 
Moncur, William Doig, J. C. Buist, A. P. Mathewson, William Hunter 
D. L. Carmichael, C. W. Scrimgeour, Major William Stewart ; Secretary anc 
Treasurer, F. E. Scott, 27 Bank st. ; Agent, George Rankine, 3 West Bell st 


The William Harris Institution. — William Harris, Esq., in 1874 createc 
a Trust, which was afterwards supplemented by his sister, Miss Margare 
Harris, for the assistance of persons (male or female), who from a better condi 
tion in life have been reduced to necessitous circumstances (persons who hav 
filled menial occupations are excluded). The annual income of this fund i 
about £600. Pensioners receive from £10 to £20 per annum. Trustees- 
The Parish Minister of Dundee ; one elected annually by the Town Council 
one elected annually by the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, and W. R. H 
Valentine, Robert G. Kennedy, George K. Smith, Thomas Bell, A. Jame 
Duncan, M.D., William M. Ritchie, R. B. Sharp. Factor, John M 
Watson, 10 Panmure street. 

The Ouchterlont Old Men's Indigent Society. — For relieving th 
necessities of deserving and indigent old men either born in Dundee or th 
neighbourhood thereof or connected with Dundee or the neighbourhood 
thereof. Trustees — James Durham and Alex. E. Tulloch. 

Lord Panmure's— 1840.— The interest of £1,000, given to the City by th, 
late Lord Panmure, is paid annually to the Royal Infirmary. 



Bute Scholarship or Bursary in the University of St Andrews. 
1-By deed dated 15th September 1893, £1000 was mortified by the Marquis 
i»f Bute for the establishment of a Dundee Scholarship or Bursary in the 
Jniversity of St Andrews. The Bursary is in the gift of the Lord Provost of 
Dundee, and the Bursar receives the free revenue of the Endowment, 
factor, D. Bannerman, City Chamberlain. 

I George Brown's — 1695. — The annual income is derived from a ground 

i innual of £80 secured over property in the Overgate. The free income of this 

: fortification is divided — one half is devoted to the maintenance of aged poor 

people of either sex — and the other is paid over to the Educational Trust for 

educational purposes. Each aged person receives £4 per annum. Patrons, 

yord Provost, Bailies, Ministers of the Parish Church of Dundee and the South 

:|)hurch, and Kirk Treasurer. Factor, D. Bannerman, City Chamberlain. 

! i Mrs Gibson's — The interest of £114 applied for the preaching of a sermon 

'. learly against Cruelty to Animals. Patrons, Lord Provost, Lord Dean of Guild, 

he Parish Minister of Dundee, and first Master of the Academy. Factor, D. 

jiannerman, City Chamberlain. 

] Dr William Guild's — 1656. — The interest of a sum equal to £350 is applied 
j the maintenance of a bursar at the United College, St Andrews. Patrons, 
iie Town Council. Factor, D. Bannerman, City Chamberlain. 
■ Miss Elizabeth Hallyburton's — 1826. — The interest of £1,304 is annually 
\ ivided amongst three, four, or five maiden ladies. Patrons, the Town Council. 
.iiactor, D. Bannerman, City Chamberlain. 

j Mrs Eupham Mann or Roger's — The Widows' Fund, 1665. — At present 
!i:arenty-four poor widows receive an annual payment of £3 12s. Patrons, the 
j '.irk-Session. The amount of capital is £2,800. Factor, Geo. Brodie Paul, 4 
" [igh street. 

\ | Charles Anderson's — 1820. — A number of old men receive 6s monthly, 
!j eing half the free revenue of the fund. The other half is paid annually to the 
Indigent Sick Society. The capital is £2,460. Patrons, the Kirk-Session, 
j! actor, Geo. Brodie Paul, 4 High street. 

'j! Symbrs' Fund for Indigent Females — 1878. — The interest of £10,000 
Manually applied for the benefit of infirm and indigent females of respectable 
i laracter, resident in the town and parish of Dundee, including therein the 
ijilage of Lochee and the town of Broughty Ferry. Patrons, Lord Provost, 
Sheriff -Substitute of Forfarshire resident in Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, and 
■ irst and Second Bailies of Dundee. Factor, R. C. Walker, 5 Whitehall street. 
i Mrs Margaret Petrie or Morton's — 1827. — The interest of the bulk of 
4 jar fortune is destined for the maintenance of aged and indigent persons be- 
M raging to the town and parish of Dundee, those of the name of Petrie and 
H fighton having a preference, who each receives £4 and upwards per annum. 
e here are upwards of 150 pensioners on the roll. Patrons, Rev. Dr Colin 
i s ilampbell, Thomas Bell, John Earl Robertson, Alex. Johnston, and D. Philip, 
- [in., Thomas N. J. Bell, Kobert B. Sharp, and Thomas H. H. Walker. 
ill actor, Robert C. Walker, 5 Whitehall street. 

Hi James Pullar's— 1804.— The sum of £3,000 affords annually £10 to the 

4 tfirmary, £5 to the poor of the Nine Trades, and £5 to the poor of the 

* arish, the one half of the remainder of the annual rent being paid to the 

iundee Educational Trust, and the other half being paid to ten old men and 

tt'i fomen not under 60 years of age; those who can trace their pedigree from 

)hn Pullar, the Mortifier's father, pref erredfirst ; second, persons of the name of 

ullar ; and third, strangers. Patrons, the Minister of the Overgate district, 

venty members of Kirk-Session, Convener and Deacons of the Nine Trades, 

id their immediate predecessors in office. Factor, Robert C. Walker, 

Whitehall street. 


Webster and Davidson Mortification for the Blind.— The interes- 
of about £16,000 applied in annuities to blind men and women, and ir 
educating blind boys and girls. Patrons, the Lord Provost, Sheriff Sub 
stitute, the Parish Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nint 
Trades, President of Blind Institution, and three Governors elected annually 
Factor, Robert C. Walker, 5 Whitehall street. 

John Boyd Baxter Fund. — The interest of £8,000 applied for the benefrl 
of elderly, deserving, respectable females, not less than fifty- five years of age 
and natives of Dundee or neighbourhood, which includes any place in Forfar- 
shire within a radius of six miles from Town House of Dundee and the burgl 
of Newport in Fife or, if born elsewhere, who have been resident in Dundet 
or neighbourhood for at least ten years immediately preceding their admission 
Managers, the Lord Provost, First Bailie, Sheriff Substitute, the Paris! 
Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Dean of Faculty of Procurators.- 
President of Chamber of Commerce, Chief Magistrates of Broughty Ferrjj 
and Newport. This Fund is intended for persons who have been in better cir- 
cumstances. Factor, Robert C. Walker, 5 Whitehall street. 

Edward Bursary Fund. — The interest of £150 is applied for the education 
of one or more bursars at the Classical and Mathematical Departments of thJ 
High School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, Johij 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Alexander Edward's Educational Bequest. — The interest of £1,000 ii 
applied for the education of bursars at the High School. Children of employee) 
at Messrs A. & D. Edward & Company's Works have a preference. PatronsB 
the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform stff' 

Anderson Scholarship Fund. — The interest of £1,400 is applied for thf j 
endowment of two Scholarships at the University of St Andrews, for Higl 1J 
School pupils. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, Johi 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

The Misses Baxter of Balgavies Scholarship Fund. — The sum o!p 
£2,500 was mortified for the endowment of two Scholarships of £40 each ; an<f 
the accumulations of income were in 1877 consolidated for the foundation an<j_ 
endowment of an additional Scholarship of the value of £20, at the Universit;! 
of Edinburgh, in connection with the High School, for the encouragement ol- 
studies in Mechanics and Engineering. Patrons, the Directors of the Higjl'ia 
School. Secretary, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. ! 1 

Miss Janet Henderson's — 1848.— The Stock is £2,200. Seventeen oLp 
or indigent women each receive an annual allowance of £5 from the revenue!* 1 
Menial servants are strictly prohibited, by the Mortifier's will, from sharing 
in the benefits of the trust. Patrons — John Henderson, jun., Rev. Dr Colbjff 
Campbell, and John W. Shepherd. Factors, A. Hendry & Sons, 39 Murraygate»i 

George Marshall's Bequest. — The interest of £500 is divided half-yearrft ! 
among five old seamen who have served in the Royal Navy. Patrons, th J!' 
Master and Committee of the Trinity House, Dundee. Factor, James Hunter 
jr., Solicitor, 69 Reform street, Secretary to the Incorporation. 

Alexander Cameron's Trust. — The funds amount to about £4,400. In 
come applied for aliment of deserving old men and women (resident in th 
parish of Dundee) not under 60 years of age, in sums, payable half-yearly, o 
(1) £6 per annum to relatives, and (2) £4 to others. Patrons, Lord Dean o 
Guild, Senior Bailie, and Convener of the Nine Trades, all for the time being 
Rev. Dr Colin Campbell, and Rev. George Smart. Factors, Andrew- 
Hendry & Sons, 39 Murraygate. 

John Grieve's — 1806. — The sum of £393, Is. 3d., mortified for the mainten 
ance of an indigent lunatic in the Dundee Asylum. Patrons, the Kirk-Session 
Factor, Treasurer of the Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum. 


Patrick A. Lowson Memorial Scholarship — 1873. — Capital Funds, 

12,100. The Scholarship is tenable for two years, and is worth, subject to 

srtain conditions, not less than £60 per annum, and is presently £70 per 

innum. Candidates must have attended three years, not necessarily con- 

■ jscutive, at a School or Schools in Dundee or Broughty Ferry, and may have 

ijttended, for not more than one Session, any University or College in the 

; Jnited Kingdom. Trustees, the Parish Minister of Dundee, the Lord Provost 

If Dundee, the President of the Chamber of Commerce (ex-officio), and 

7m. Lowson, J. G. F. Lowson, J. C. Buist, Robert B. Don, George K. 

Bmith, Charles G. Gourlay, and Archibald W. Sturrock. Factor, Robert 

ilorton, Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street. 

| Robson Curr Fund. — Founded in 1890 by the Trustees of the late 
Irs Christina Curr, widow of William Curr, Merchant, Dundee, to which the 
'rustees of Miss Margaret Robson, sister of Mrs Curr, made a contribution 
,'ut of the residue of her estate. Purpose. — Aiding old persons belonging to 

thindee and neighbourhood. Trustees, John W. Shepherd, James Johnston, 

[i'ohn Couper, David Low Carmichael. Factor, W. Thomson Currie, 5 

Bank street. 

I Guthrie Davidson Mortification. — For the benefit of the Home, 
Industrial Schools' Society, Deaf and Dumb Institution, Royal Orphan 
institution, and Royal Infirmary. Governors — Sir Reginald Ogilvy, Bart., 
,he Lord Provost of Dundee, the Sheriff- Substitute of the County of Forfar 
I Dundee, the Parish Minister of Dundee, the Bishop of the Diocese of 
Btechin, the Lord Dean of Guild of Dundee, the Convener of the Nine 
trades, Rev. R. R. Lingard-Guthrie, Walter Shepherd, R. B. Don. Factor 
|'-J. M. Gray, 69 Reform street. 



grades lane 

flllan st. , Baltic Ware- 

I house, East'n Wharf, 

I and Blinshall street 

[^amperdown street 

Commercial court 

:Dock st. and Seagate 

!;3ast and West Whale 

I lane 

■ling street 


lltfary Ann lane 

Victoria road 

»Vest Whale lane 

Sast Whale lane 


Dundee Public Warehouses ; T. S. Ross & Co., managers 
Dundee Warehousing Co. ; W. F. Soutar & Co., 

Dundee Harbour Trustees 

Wordie & Co., South Union street 

Dock Street Warehouse Co. ; J. J. Horsburgh, mgr. 

Dundee Jute and Flax Warehousing Co., Ltd. ; Berg, 

Sons, & Co., managers 
King Street Warehouse ; Hill & Renny, managers 
Hill & Renny 

George Willsher ; John Henderson & Co., managers 
Chamber of Commerce Jute Sample Warehouse ; G. 

C. Keiller, secretary 
Craigie Yard Warehouse Co., Ltd. ; J. J. Barrie 

& Co., managers 
T. S. Ross & Co. 

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Cain's Temperance Hotel, - 

Christie's Temperance Hotel, 

City Hotel, 

Crown Hotel, ... 

Eagle Inn, 

Lamb's Temperance Hotel, - 

Mathers' Temperance Hotel, 

Queen's Hotel, 

Royal Hotel, 

Royal British Hotel, - 

Waverley Temperance Hotel, 


7 Crichton street, - 
"Whitehall crescent, 
15 Tally street, 
• 1 Shore terrace, 
108 Murraygate, 
60 Reform street, - 
Whitehall place, - 
160 Nethergate, - 
54 Nethergate, 
4 Castle street, 
7 South Union st., - 

John Cain 
Mrs Christie 
J. T. Phillips 
Miss M. R. Steel 
James Brodie 
Lamb & Co. 
David Mathers 
William Smith 
A. J. Hitchman 
J. Rickard 
Mrs Ellen Reid 


EASTERN CLUB, 3 Albert square. 

NEW CLUB, 29 Commercial street ; H. S. Glenny, Secretary. 

WESTERN CLUB, 1 New Inn entry, High st.— Secretary, D. H. Pryde I 
Clubmaster, Burnett Hay. 


Dundee Advertiser (1801), 7 to 25 Bank street.— Daily, Id. 

People's Journal (1858), 7 to 25 Bank street.— Weekly (Saturday), Id 

People's Friend (1869), 7 to 25 Bank street. —Weekly, Id. 

Dundee Year Book (1878), 7 to 25 Bank street.— Annually (January), lsi 

People's Penny Stories (1902), 7 to 25 Bank street.— Monthly, Id. 

Aunt Kate's Handbooks, 7 to 25 Bank street.— At intervals, Id. 

People's Journal Handbooks, 7 to 25 Bank street.— At intervals, Id J 

Dundee Courier (1816), 34 North Lindsay street.— Daily, Jd. 

Dundee Weekly News (1855), 34 North Lindsay street.— Weekly (Sat.), Id. 

Weekly Welcome (1896), 34 North Lindsay street.— Weekly (Mon.), Id. J 

Red Letter (1899), 34 North Lindsay street.— Weekly (AVednesday), Id. 1 

Evening Telegraph (1877) and Post (1900), 34 North Lindsay street.— | 
Daily, Jd. 

Wizard of the North (1879), 111 Nethergate.— Monthly (lastThur.), ld.l 

Dundee Directory, 17 and 19 Cowgate.— Annually (June), 4s. 

Dundee Catholic Herald (1892), 82 Bell street.— Weekly (Friday), Id. 

Dundee Railway Time Tables, 31 Castle street.— Monthly, Id. 

A.B.C. Railway Time Tables, Fairmuir.— Monthly, Id. 

Pellow's Dundee Almanack, 48 Murraygate.— Annually, Id. 

Dundee Prices Current and Trade Report, 23 Panmure street.— J. W.I 
Warden, Proprietor. (Telephone No. 444; Telegraphic address, ' ' Wardenry.") I 

INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISTS (Dundee and Scottish Central District). 
— Chairman, J. B. Bouick ; Vice-Chairmen, John Scott and Charles Donald- 
son ; Member of Council and Orphan Fund Committee, Alex. Buchan ; Hon, 
Secretary, R. H. K. Clark (Dundee Advertiser Office); Hon. Treasurer, Alex. 
Buchan ; Committee, John Mitchell, George B. Duncan, Frank Mudie, A. D. 
Kippen, William Bowman, D. G. Monair, James Neish, G. G. Glass, G. 
Scrymgeour, Miss King ; Auditor, Allan Bell. 

Camperdown ; President, Duncan Macdonald ; Vice-Presidents, Lord Provost 
Barrie, John Robertson, J. Scott Gray, W. S. Melville. Committee— 
Gardeners, R. Cairns. Balruddery ; W. Christison, Brackenbrae, West Ferry ; 
T. Brown, Balcairn ; James Reid, Dudhope House ; James Kinnear, Fernbrae ; 


ames Beats, Binrock ; T. Butchart, Elmslea ; John Dobbin, Balgillo cot., 
Jroughty Ferry ; G. Nicholson, St Helens. Amateurs — James Ferguson, 
4 Lorimer street; W. Robertson, jun., 6 Blyth place; David Halley, 22 
Strathmartine road ; A. Hutcheson, 26 Peddie street ; R. Lewis, Tulloch 
rescent ; Peter Anderson, 49 Melbourne place ; J. A. Stark, Ferndale, 
nvergowrie ; James Martin, 223 Hilltown ; R. H. Low, Wolseley street. 
Nurserymen— James Thyne, 18 Union street ; D. C. Hutcheson (Storrie & 
;!torrie, Seagate) ; James W. Laird, 20 High street. Manager of the Exhibi- 
iion, John Muir, 220 Blackness road ; Treasurer, J. S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial 
freet ; Secretary, W. F. Hill, 18 Meadowside. 

dent, William R. Ogilvie; Treasurer, William Gall; Secretary, A. H. Rea,. 

Ellen street. 

'resident, P. Anderson ; Vice-President, J. Fairbairn ; Treasurer, R. H. Low ; 
iecretary, George Davidson, 189 Clepington road. 

lent, James Martin ; Vice-President, Andrew Dargie ; Treasurer, Alex. 
Imith ; Ground Officer, James Barty ; Secretary, John Rodger, 4 Stirling 

/Villiam Williams ; Treasurer, William Thomson ; Secretary, David Mather, 
139 Loons road. 

DUNDEE CANINE CLUB.— Hon. President, John M'Naughton ; Hon. 
Tice-Pres., D. IS. Anderson; Mangrs., John Leo Rowan and J. P. Chisholm ; 
Ion. V.S., Jas. Peddie, F.R.C.V.S. ; Committee, A. K. Niven, J. P. Chis- 
tolm, D. L. Ford, J. G. Greenhill, C. Robertson, W. G. Whyte, Hugh Scott, 
Charles Young, W. R. Cheape, J. L. Rowan, J. M 'Hardy, J. G. Sibbald, J. 
\. Gorrie, J. Matthew, B. M'Millan ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Forbes 
>rant, 3 Barrack street. 

DUNDEE PARLIAMENT.— Speaker, Christopher J. Bisset ; Deputy- 
Speaker, Jas. Coutts ; Leader of Unionist Party, John J. H. Henry ; Leader 
if Liberal Party, Isaac Jones ; Leader of Irish Party, J. A. Kelly ; 
31erk, Alex. F. Taylor, 11 Janefield place ; Treasurer, David Bisset. Meets 
in Monday evenings in Guild Hall, from October to April. 

litchie ; Vice-President, John M. Watson ; Secretary, F. Airth Grant, 
.3 Albert square. 

irose) ; Vice-Presidents, Dr Kinnear and Dr Barron (Letham); Council, Drs 
j-uild, M'Vicar, Professor Stalker, Drs Rogers, Halley, Kerr ; Treasurer,, 
3r Foggie ; Secretary, Dr G. W. Miller, 39 South Tay street. 

President, Dr J. Mackie Whyte; Hon. Treasurer, Mr Greig; Hon. Secretaries, 
Dr Buist, 166 Nethergate, and Dr A. P. Low, 1 Stirling street. 

nichael ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, William Thomson, Edward A. Leeson ;. 
(President, D. J. Macdonald, C.E., M.I.M.E.; Vice-President, David Scott 
JjTayport) ; Secretary and Treasurer, Donald Porteous, 31 Nethergate. 
Provost Barrie ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Grant Barclay, C. G. Gourlay ; Presi- 
dent, Louis F. Norrie ; Vice-President, Robert Barrie ; Hon. Secretaries and 
Treasurers, Sturrock & Morrison, 43 Nethergate. 



Dundee Football Club, Limited.— Directors, John Robertson (Chair- 
man), A. Williamson (Vice-Chairman), David M'Ewan, Alex. Spalding, John 
Cameron, George Walker ; Secretary and Manager, Wm. Wallace, 58 Seagate. 

Wanderers.— Secretary, Thomas Peat, 4 Cotton road. 

Forfarshire Football Assoc— Secy., Chas. Cathro, 1 Gibb'sln., Lochee. 

Dundee Football Charity Association.— President, J. Davidson : 
Treasurer, A. Williamson ; Secretary, W. E. Niven, 6 Anderson's lane, Lochee'. 

DUNDEE ATHLETIC CLUB. -Secretary, W. Wallace, 58 Seagate. 


Angus.— President, T. Milne ; Vice-President, James Stewart ; Secretary 
and Treasurer, Patrick Dobson, 3 Strathmartine road. 

Dundee.— President, C. E. Gilroy; Vice-President, George B. Black; 
Council, Andrew Leitch, John G. Kinmond, Charles W. Buik, John E. 
Machan, T. H. Smith, D. L. Carmichael, T. L. Peters, William Sheach, 
Charles Howe ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, James B. Mills, Newport. 

Dundee East End.— President, Jas. Irvine; Vice-President, Peter Speed; 
Treasurer, Wm. Fergusson ; Secy., Andrew Mackie, 6 Gardner street, Lochee. 

Dundee West End.— President, Canon Holder; Vice-President, A. H. 
Ross ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, James Simpson, 12 Bank street. 

Stobswell.— President, James Robertson; Vice-President, Wm. Couttie ; 
•Secretary, G. Warden, 131 Albert street. 


Forfarshire.— Captain, W. R. Sharp; Vice-Captain, J. A. Kyd ; Com- 
mittee, G. M. Cox, C. E. Todd, Alex. Gilroy, John Sharp, J. N. Kyd, D. 
Gilroy, A. W. Sturrock, C. T. Godfrey, B. Luhrs ; Treasurer, H. B. 
Gilroy ; Secretary, W. R. Sharp, Fernhall. 

Dundee Victoria — Ground, Strathmartine road. — President, John 
Carnegie; Vice-President, D. Smith; Captain, B. F. Jamieson ; Vice-: 
Captain, R. Taylor ; Treasurer, W. C. Lamb ; General Secretary, T. Gray, 
Fairmuir villa ; Match Secretary, J. Jolly, 8 Gardner street ; Professional, 
W. J. Minto. 

Craighall— Ground, Balgray Park.— Secy., D.G.Robertson, 5Shamrockst. 

Dundee High School F.P. : s— Recreation Ground, Arbroath road.— Secre- 
tary, F. B. Morrison, Broombank, Wormit. 

Dundee and District Senior Cricket Association. — President, Andrew 
D. Moncur (Bridgend); Vice-President, Thomas Steven (Clydesdale); Secretary 
and Treasurer, Alexander Stewart, jun., 11 Ogilvie street; Auditors, T. Russell 
(Taybank) and G. Barclay (Glenavon). 

Club Secretaries — Mayfield, J. Moffat, 42 King's road ; Dundee Carpet 
Works, A. Stewart, jun., 11 Ogilvie street ; Clydesdale, William Anderson, 
8 Balmore street ; Taybank, B. D. Kaye, 8 Tay terrace, Broughty Ferry ; 
Clintonbank XL, P. M. Lindsay, 3 Tark avenue; Glenavon, G. Wilson, 60 
North street. 

Dundee and District Cricket Union.— President, J. Clark (Elmwood);! 
Vice-President, G. A. Logie (Almond Valley) ; Secretary, T. B. Menzies, 
3 Morgan street. 

Club Secretaries — Clintonbank, T. B. Menzies, 3 Morgan street ; Elmwood, 
J. Clark, 34 Benvie road ; Helenslea, J. Braid, Monifieth road, Broughty 
Ferry ; St Andrews, J. Millar, Bank of Scotland, St Andrews ; Brigend, 
A. S. Moncur, 13 Cardean street ; Walton, Harry T. Key, 14 Grieve's terrace, 
Lochee road ; Union, J. Morrison, 47 Dens road ; Woodside (Perth), P. Dow, 
46 Commercial street, Perth ; Almond Valley, G. A. Logie, Huntingtower- 
£eld, Perth. 

Lochee Park League — See Lochee section. 



Balgay. — President, James Powrie ; Vice-President, John Henderson ;. 

:.Committee, Rev. Dr C. M. Grant, Wm. Campbell, William Burns, James C. 

H&w, James Watt, John Bartholomew, Thomas Ferguson, David R. Stiven, 

||,G-. T. Kennedy; Secretary and Treasurer, James Low, 5 Albert square;: 

Match Secy., James Watt, 6 Rosewood terrace; Curator, William Campbell. 

Baxter Park. — President, John Gardiner; Vice-President, David Mathers ; 

i Treasurer, William R. Porter ; Secretary, Charles Mollison, 87 Albert street ; 

II Curator, Robert Henry, jun. ; Committee, D. B. Winton, J. Norrie, T. Shaw,. 

;R. Paterson, A. Marshall, J. R. Forbes, J. Harrison, R. L. Bell, R. Hendry, 

ujun., W. Dickson, W. T. Croll ; Auditors, James Allan, John R. Mitchell. 

Dudhope, Adelaide place. — President, Thomas Russell; Vice-President,. 

j John Scott; Green Curator, W. R. Smith ; Committee, Dr Templeman, A. 

IT. Lickley, T. White, James Laburn, J. Pollock, W. Bertie, Colin Brown, A. 

I Leslie, C. J. Mitchell, J. Finlay ; Secretary and Treasurer, David Dawson,. 

16 Strawberrybank. 

Fairfield. — President, George A. Berry ; Vice-President, James J. How ; 
(Treasurer, Charles W. Crosby ; Committee, L. Brown, W. T. Hoy,. James. 
M 'Kenzie, J. T. Monteith, J. F. Whitson, W. Alexander ; Secretary, 
Alexander Smith, 4 Panmure street. 

Marypield, Madeira street. — President, Rev. W. A. Dunbar ; Vice- 
i President, David Spankie ; Treasurer, D. M'Kenzie ; Committee, Neil Mac- 
jdonald, T. B. Taylor, A. B. Crichton, Hugh Baxter, John Gibson, John. 
li Robertson, Charles Stewart, ; Auditors, Hugh Baxter, Thomas M. Miller ;. 
I Secretary, R. C. Campbell, 2 Thornley terrace. 

Bowling Association (for the Counties of Forfar, Perth, and Fife). — 
|: President, Provost Adamson (Forfar) ; Vice-President, David Dickie ; 
i Treasurer, W. G. Fairweather ; Committee, Representatives from the follow - 
Jiing Clubs: — Dudhope, Carnoustie, Newgate (Arbroath), Broughty Ferry, 
| Lochee, Wormit, Baxter Park ; Secretary, W. F. Hill, 18 Meadowside. 


Bonnethill. — President, Alexander Doig ; Captain, Wm. Philip ; League 
Delegate, John Dick ; Secretary and Treasurer, Wm. Easson, 54 Alexander st, 

Clepington. — Honorary President, James Ballantine ; President and 
[Financial Secretary, James M'Kenzie ; Captain, James Simpson ; Treasurer, 
Robert Anderson ; General Secretary, Alexander Wood, 12 Baxter Park ter. 

Forfarshire Quoiting League Association. — Secretary and Treasurer, 
James Phillips, Camphill, Broughty Ferry. 


Dudhope. — President, James Urquhart ; Vice-Presidents, R. B. Laing, 
John N. Bisset ; Committee, H. K. Banks, James Henderson, T. S. Martin, 
David Laing ; Treasurer, A. Begg, jun. ; Secretary, A. S. Banks, 8 Albany ter. 

West End — Ground, Shaftesbury road. — President, William Henderson ; 
Vice-President, George Sime ; Committee, Mrs J. B. Hay Robertson, Mrs 
George Sime, Mrs A. Scott, Misses Dickie, East, Lina Robertson, Sime, Kidd, 
Messrs D. Donaldson, J. Draffen, A. East, T. Graham, C. F. Henderson, 
Alexander Leighton, W. M'Kechnie, D. Nicoll, W. Philip, S. Kidd; 
Treasurer, A. B. Dickie ; Secretar} 7 , Thomas Graham, 104 Commercial street. 

Fairfield. — President, A. M. Mitchell ; Vice-President, James Aimer ; 
Committee, Misses Sandeman, Lawson, Ferguson, Messrs Brown, Sandeman, 
Mackenzie ; Match Secretary, Frederick Allardice ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
John Morrison, 323 Clepington road. 


High School.— Secretary, G. S. Young, Richmond terrace. 
Midland Counties Lawn Tennis Club Association.— Hon. Secretai 
«,nd Treasurer, Frederick G. Allardice, The Grange, Baldovan. 


Advertiser.— Captain, W. G. Westwood ; Vice-Captain, Peter PatorJ 
Sec}', and Treasurer, J. P. Inglis, Advertiser Office. Assist. Secy., F. Curri 

Courier and Electric— Captain, H. Currie ; Vice-Captain, A. Lawsori 
Assist. Secy., T. F. Douglas; Secy, and Treas., W. Beharrie, Courier Office 

Dovvnfield.— Captain, Wm. Smith ; Vice-Captain, Dr Butter ; Treasure' 
James Anderson; Match Secretary, Alexander Low; Secretary, Williai 
Eckford, Cliftonbank, Downfield. 

Dundee.— Captain, P. A. Scott; Vice-Captain, David Mackie ; Secretary 
John R. Strachan, 11 Murray gate. 

DUNDEE CURLING CLUB.— President, A. B. Gilroy ; Vice-Presiden 
P. D. Mitchell; Chaplain, Rev. C. M. Grant, D.D. ; Committee, The Offic 
bearers, J. W. Carmichael, J. C. Scott, James Ritchie, H. B. Gilroj 
J. D. Campbell, James Powrie ; Secretary and Treasurer, J. S. Fairweathe; 
49 Meadowside. 

Name of Club. Captain. Secretary. 

Caledonia, J. M'Corquodale, ...Charles Black, 48 Victoria road 

Dundee, Thos. A. Whitton, ...J. G. Annan, 84 Ferry road 

Dundee Clerks, D. G. Downie, G. M. Anderson, 79 King street 

Dundee Courier, R. M 'Leish, W. Beharrie, 53 Dock street 

Forfarshire, T. Harper, Geo. Whitton, 3 Magdalen yard roa 

Gilfillan, W. Brown, S. R. M'Lagan, 19 Kinloch street. 

Lochee, David Berry, W.T.M'Donald,153Highst.,Loche 

Western, James Malcolm, John R. Hendry, 2 Rosefield streel 

Scottish Cyclists' Union.— Central District Council — Chairman, R. G 
Sangster; Handicapper, Charles Robertson; Treasurer, William M'Donald 
Secretary, A. Garland, 79 Murraygate. 

Hunter ; Vice-President, Dr R. C. Buist ; Hon. Treasurer, Alfred Ritchie 
Hon. Secretary, P. Lowson, M.A., B.Sc, High School. 

DUNDEE GYMNASIUM.— Trustees, William Hunter, Henry M 'Grady 
J. Martin White, W. Brown Robertson; Committee of Management, th« 
Trustees, and Alexander Mathewson, J. H. Bell, Hugh Ballingall, Willian 
Hunter (Convener) ; Medical Referee, Dr Lennox; Superintendent, Alexande: 
Sturrock; Secretary and Treasurer, D. Bannerman, City Chamberlain. 

sentatives, Walter M'Gregor, President ; one from each affiliated Club ; Hon 
Midland District Secretary, William Paterson, 9 Forest Park road. 

Dundee and District Clubs Affiliated, with their respective Secretaries- 
Dundee Gymnastic and Athletic Club, W. Lindsay, Kerrington crescent.! 
Barnhill; Dundee Public Baths Gymnasium, Walter M'Gregor, Public Baths 
Dundee and District Junior Gymnastic Association, A. C. M'Nair, 21 Reform st 

Bell ; Hon. Presidents, Lord Provost Barrie, Lord Dean of Guild Robertson 
Hon. Vice-Presidents, A. K. Watson, Sir John Leng, M.P., Sir W. O. 
Dalgleish, Bart. , J. W. Bell, Captain Clayhills Henderson ; Ho Secretary - 
and Treasurer, W. Lindsay, Kerrington crescent, Barnhill. 




Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire.— Hon. C. M. Ramsay, Proviii- 
' |ial Grand Master ; John G. Sprunt, Provincial Grand Master Depute ; A. D. 

Anderson, Arbroath, Substitute Provincial Grand Master ; A. C. Anderson, 

Lrbroath, Provincial Grand Secretary; David Dundas, Arbroath, Provincial 
; ijrand Treasurer. 

jj Operative, No. 47. — R. F. Scott, R.W.M. ; W. L. Forrester, Treasurer; 
H S. Simpson, 121 Hawkhill, Secretary. 

jl Ancient, No. 49. — George Beattie, R.W.M ; Jas. Alexander, Treasurer; 
|]l)avid R. Paton, 6 Bernard street, Secretary. 

I St David, No. 78.— William Hynd, R.W.M. ; W. P. Gracie, Treasurer; 
n'ames Grant, 25 Barrack street, Secretary. 

U Thistle Operative, No. 158.— Alex. Miller, R.W.M. ; John D. Butchart, 
■treasurer ; William Watson, 26 Forfar road, Secretary. 
I' Forfar and Kincardine, No. 225. — John Ross, R.W.M. ; Andrew 
iJuist, Treasurer ; Charles G. Bayne, 119J Hilltown, Secretary. 
1 Caledonian, No. 254. — David T. Rodger, R.W.M. ; Joseph Robertson, 
I'reasurer; Richard Graham, 41 Rosefield street, Secretary. 
I Camperdown, No. 317. — George Sydie, R.W.M. ; William L. Kidd, 
[Treasurer ; James Smith, jun. , 174 Blackness road, Secretary. 
I Albert (Lochee), No. 448.— Duncan H. Bruce, R.W.M. ; D. M'Donald, 
lin. , Treasurer ; D. C. Campsie, 172 South road, Lochee, Secretary. 
I Progress, No. 967. — William Smith, R.W.M.; J. Thomson, Treasurer; 
It,. G. Forbes, 107 Clepington road, Secretary. 

j Eastern Star.— Mrs L. Keith, W.M. ; R. D. Lawson Keith, W.P. ; 
ji'homas L. Kinnear, Treasurer ; Miss Whitton, 273 Hawkhill, Secretary. 
,| Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Angus and Mearns. — 
|i>avid Guthrie Shiell, Brechin, Grand Superintendent ; J. G. Sprunt, Depute 
Irrand Superintendent; John R. Wilson, P.G.H.; David Dundas, P.G.J. ; 
e JL D. Lawson Keith, P.G. Scribe E.: James Grant, P.G. Treasurer, 
f Union Royal Arch Chapter, No. 6.— Alex. Ramsay, Z. ; William Bayne, 
It.; Alex. S. Low, J.; John Ross, Treasurer; William Reid, 2 Bellefield 
; yenue, Scribe E. 

I St David's Royal Arch Chapter, No. 164. — George Shallcross, Z. ; 
li, D. L. Keith, H. ; William P. Gracie, J. ; James Ross, Treasurer; James 
i.-rant, 25 Barrack street, Scribe E. 
j Camperdown Royal Arch Chapter, No. 271. — Fred C. Bissell, Z. ; Jas. 

. Neish, H. ; M. L. Gardner, J.; Wm. Smith, T. ; James Smith, jun., 

T4 Blackness road, Scribe E. 
Red Cross of Rome and Constantine — Inverurie Conclave, No. 9. — 

lovereign, J. G. Sprunt ; Recorder, R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street. 


Eden Lodge. — Meets in Free Gardeners' Hall, 31 Overgate, on Wednes- 
ly. David Thom, R.W.M. ; Treasurer, John Macintosh ; Secretary, Allan 
faird, North Lodge, Eastern Necropolis. 
Sons of Eden Lodge, No. 45. — Meets every alternate Monday in Free 
ardeners' Hall, 31 Overgate. Thomas Crockatt, R.W.M. ; Andrew Mackie, 

i ,i Gardner street, Secretary. 

tj.RosE Lodge, No. 67. — Meets every alternate Wednesday in Free 

gardeners' Hall, 31 Overgate. L. Brown, R.W.M.; A. Clark, 33 North 
hurch street, Secretary. 

f PiNE Apple Lodge, No. 203. — James Keillor, W.M.; Treasurer, James 
arquharson ; Secretary, Harry Gill, 76 Clepington road. 


Rose of Lebanon Lodge, No. 259. — John Moffat, W.M. ; Treasure 
Robert Moffat ; Sick Steward, John Lowden ; Secretary, TV. R. M'Cash, 
Milnbank road. 


Dundee Branch. — Meets every alternate Sunday in Total Abstained 
Hall, Bain square. President, Charles Smith ; Vice-President, D. Reilb 
Treasurer, Michael T. Hannigan ; Secretary, Bernard M'Laughlin, 
Stirling street. 

District comprises Courts in Dundee, Lochee, Brougbty Ferry, Carnousti 
Arbroath, Montrose, Gourdon, Brechin, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Alyth, Coupa 
Angus, Glamis, Tayport, Crail, Anstruther. Delegate Meetings on thii 
Saturdays of April and October. W. Henderson, D.C.R. ; R. C. Mudi 
D.S. C.R. ; D. A. Bridie, Treasurer; Charles B. Lindsay, 1 Rattray stree 
Secretary ; E. Wilkie, W. Harvey, J. P. Fyfe, P. Ogilvie, Robert Thomso: 
David Caution, J. Cochrane, J. R. Aitken, Members of Committe 
Foresters' Courts in Dundee and vicinity : — 

Dundee, No. 5715. — Meets in Foresters' Hall, Rattray street, on alterna 
Thursdays. — Secretary, J. G. Cruden, 22 Murraygate. 

Admiral Duncan, No. 6214. — Meets in Foresters' Hall, Rattray street, c 
alternate Thursdays. — Secretary, James Macready, 246 Hilltown. 

Robin Hood, No. 6273. — Meets in Foresters' Hall, Rattray street, < 
alternate Tuesdays. — Secretary, Alex. Farquharson, 19 Scott street. 

University, No. 7152. — Meets in Foresters' Hall, Rattray street, < 
alternate Tuesdays. — Secretary, John S. Martin, 33 Cleghorn street. 

Royal Oak, No. 6366. — Meets in G.T. Lodge-room, Gray street, Brough 
Ferry, on alternate "Wednesdays. — Secretary, A. Mitch elson, Laurel villa 
Ramsay park, Broughty Ferry. 

Mansfield, No. 7035. — Meets in Lower Temperance Hall, Tayport, on alte 
nate Thursdays. — Secretary, TV. F. Simpson, Upper Ogilvy street, Tayport 

Dalhousie, No. 7036. — Meets in I.O.G.T. Hall, Carnoustie, on alterna 
Mondays. — Secretary, R. Thomson, 6 Balgowan park, Carnoustie. 

Elm wood, No. 7133. — Meets in Union Hall, Lochee, on alternate Tue 
days. — Secretary, James Cochrane, 127 High street, Lochee. 

Strathtay, No. 8286 (Females). — Meets in Foresters' Hall, Rattray stree 
on alternate Mondays. — Secretary, Miss J. S. Linton, 71 Albert street. 

Homefield, No. 9059 (Females). — Meets in Union Hall, Lochee, on alte 
nate AVednesdays. — Secretary, Miss C. Cochrane, 127 High street, Lochee 

Meets in James' U.F. Church Hall on first Thursdays in March and Septembe 
President, Joseph Robb ; Secretary and Treasurer, Charles Mollison, } 
Albert street. Affiliated Societies, with their respective Secretaries — 

Blackscroft, John Silvie, 13 Dura street ; Chapelshade Church, Jam 
Maxwell, 22 Shepherd's loan ; Dundee Calenderworkers, Alexander Luna] 
14 Arthurstone terrace ; Dundee Male and Female, "William M. Burry, J 
Morgan street ; Dundee Yearly, James Marshall, 96 Hilltown ; Forebah 
George A. Fowler, 71 Dens road ; New Chapelshade, John Gray, 12 Brovs 
Constable street ; Old Carolina Port, Peter "W. F. Todd, 143 Victor 
road ; Rosebank, Andrew Miller, 108 Hilltown ; St Patrick, Alexandi 
Slaven, 32 Jamaica Street ; "Wallacetown, John Barrie, 7 Ellen streei 
Central, Alexander Roy, 9 Bell street ; Celtic, Andrew Martin, 2 Forest 
street; Union, "William M'Kenzie, 7 Momson's court;; Chapelshade, Hem 
M'Intosh, 23 North Church street; Butterburn, Wm. Haggart, 18 Caldru 
street ; Hilltown, Alexander S. Tindal, 164 Lochee road ; St Andrew 
District, George Brown, 11 Murraygate. 



Branch Sarsfield, No. 53, Dundee. — Meets in St Andrew's Hall, Tay 
•reet. — John Molloy, C.R. ; James Steel, Treasurer ; James M'Laren, 
.B.K. ; Thomas Foley, S."W. ; John Farrell, Beadle ; Dr Kinnear, Branch 
urgeon, 39 South Taj' street; Peter M Anally, 30 Hilltown, Secretary. 
Branch Emerald, No. 138. — Meets every Monday evening at 7.30 in Daniel 
treet Hall. — John Ferguson, C.R. ; Charles Donleavey, S.C.R.; John Ward, 
reas. ; Thos. M'Mahon, Francis O'Harra, Woodwards; Jn. Finnigan, John 
lood, Thos. M'Mahon, Trustees ; John Connelly, 20 Penny cook lane, Secy. 
! Branch William O'Brien, No. 108, Dundee. — Meets every Thursday at 8 
m. in St Mary's Hall, Forebank road. — Alex. U. Marshall, C.R. ; Andrew 
emmell, S.C.R. ; Ed. M'Carron,, Thos. Kelly, Woodwards; Owen Quin, 
. eadle ; Jas. Donachy, Assistant Secretary ; Wm. Starrs, Treasurer; Patrick 
ohnston, 19 Kinloch street, Secretary. 

Branch Father Mathew, No. 115, Lochee. — George Wall, C.R. ; John 
Bey, S.C.R. ; Thomas Foy, Treasurer; Alex. Connor, P. Boyle, Wood- 
ards ; W. Cavannagh, Beadle ; J. Patterson, J. Cairns, Trustees ; J. 
[ennedy, Assistant Secretary ; P. Berry, 28 Flight's lane, Secretary. 


Dundee District (18 Lodges, 3,842 Adult and 304 Juvenile Members). — 
[eets on second Saturdays of February, May, August, and November, at 3.30 
M., in Y.M.C.A. Rooms, Constitution road. District Officers — D. F. 
fcewart, P.P.C.S. ; John Martin, P.C.S. ; Alexander R. Farquharson, 
,.D.C.S. ; Thos. W. Bruce, Treasurer; W. Cox, W. G. Stuart, John Martin, 
rustees ; J. R. Walker, 9 Duff street, Secretary. 

Lodge "Pride op the Tat," No. 1944 — Meets in Good Templar Hall, 
roughty Ferry, on alternate Thursdays. Secretary — Alexander Low, 
■da place, Lawrence street, Droughty Ferry. 

Lodge "Bonnie Dundee," No. 1966 — Meets in Ancient Masonic Hall, 
ankine's Court, on alternate Wednesdays. Secretary — David Fisken, 57 
/"est Lyon street. 

Lodge "Crook and Plaid," No. 1991 — Meets in Masonic Hall, Rankine's 
purt, on alternate Wednesdays. Secretary — John Martin, 3 Chalmers st. 
Lodge " Heather Bell," No. 2002 — Meets in Foresters' Hall, Nicoll street, 
i alternate Tuesdays. Secretary — James Hunter, 4 Glebe street. 
Lodge "Thistle," No. 2009— Meets in Victoria Hall, High street, 
ochee, on alternate Mondays. Secretary — David Sorley, 7 Balgay street, 

Lodge "Ettrick," No. 2025 — Meets in Panmure Street Mission Hall, 
> Hilltown, on alternate Mondays. Secy. — John Campbell, 45 Foundry lane. 
Lodge " Robbie Burns," No. 2191 — Meets in Free Gardeners' Hall, 
. Overgate, on alternate Wednesdays. Secy. — James Smith, 58 Kemback st. 
Lodge "Lorne," No. 2203 — Meets in Ancient Masonic Hall, Rankine's 
,-urt, on alternate Mondays. Secretary — R. Wighton, 49 Milnbank road. 
Lodge ' ' Hilton, " No. 2262. —Meets in Wellgate Free Church Hall, Dud hope 
reet, on alternate Mondays. Secretary — D. H. Meek, 25 Kinloch street. 
Lodge " Panmure," No. 2170— Meets in Free Church Hall, Monifieth, on 
kernate Mondays. Secretary— D. Davidson, Station cottages, Monifieth. 
Lodge "Abertay," No. 2l60 — Meets in Good Templar Hall, Carnoustie, 
l alternate Mondays. Secretary — Walter Jones, Dundee street, Carnoustie. 
istrict Chief Ruler, Robert Stirfcon ; District Deputy Ruler, John T. Roessler 
.rbroath) ; District Past Chief Ruler, George Morrison ; District Treasurer, 




William Thomson ; District Superintendent of Juvenile Tents, Alex. Kidd 
District Trustees, George Bryson, John Gordon, David D. Calder (Arbroath) 
District Levite, William Allan ; District Guardian, David M. Watt (Brechin) 
District Secretary, William Bisset, 4 Gardner's lane. 

Scotland's First Tent, No. 99, meets every alternate Monday in Foresters 
Hall, at 8 P.M. George Davie, C.R. ; Secretary, Robert Stirton, 82 Peddi 

Locheb Tent, No. 1640, meets every alternate Tuesday in -East U.F. Churc] 
Hall, Lochee, at 8 P.M. James Gow, C.R. ; Secretary, Peter Low, 110 Logi 
street, Lochee. 

Onward Tent, No. 2556, meets every alternate Monday in CherryfieL 
Hall, Blackness road, at 8.30 P.M. William Harvey, C.R. ; Secretary, Joh] 
Kerr, 48 Cleghorn street. 

Victoria Tent, No. 2705, meets every alternate Thursday in Lochee Roa<i 
U.F. Church Hall, at 8.15 p.m. Alex. Kidd, C.R. ; Secretary, Rober 
M'Kay, 43 Constitution road. 

Scotia Tent, No. 2761, meets every alternate Monday in Gilfilla: 
Memorial Hall, at 8.30 p.m. Henry E. Tarbet, C.R. ; Secretary, John Ej 
Watt, 33 Park avenue. 

Scotscraig Tent, No. 3042, meets every alternate Monday in Temperanc 
Hall, Tayport, at 8 p.m. Frank Ramsay, C.R. ; Secretary, David M 
Kay, Castle street, Tayport. 

Lawside Tent, No. 3064, meets every alternate Thursday in Butterbur) 
U.F. Church Hall, Hill street, at 8.30 p.m. Patrick Dobson, C.R. ; Secretary 
John Kerr, Ness cottage, Downfield. 

Reresmount Tent, No. 3083, meets every alternate Friday in Britis) 
Workman Coffeediouse, Broughty Ferry, at 8 p.m. Joseph Lamond, C.R 
Secretary, George Webster, 11 Panmure street, Broughty Ferry. 

Dudhope Tent, No. 3118, meets every alternate Wednesday in Unitariai 
Hall, Mid street, at 8 p.m. Arthur Blair, C.R. ; Secretary, George Kidd 
30 Hunter street. 

Maxwelltown Tent, No. 3189, meets every alternate Monday in Baptis 
Church Hall, Jamaica street, at 8 p.m. William Fraser, C.R.; Secretary 
David Dickie, 9 Bell street. 

Excelsior, Juvenile Tent, No. 538, Lochee, meets every alternate Tuesda; 
n Lochee East U.F. Church Hall, at 7 P.M. 

Pride op Dundee, Juvenile Tent, No. 553, meets every alternate Monda; 
in Baptist Church Hall, Jamaica street, at 7 P.M. 

Perseverance, Juvenile Tent, No. 1337, meets every alternate Monda; 
in Cherry field Hall, Blackness road, at 7.30 P.M. 

Upward, Juvenile Tent, No. 1350, meets every alternate Thursday ii 
Butterburn U.F. Church Hall, Hill street, at 7.30 P.M. 

Sunbeam, Juvenile Tent, No. 1456, meets every alternate Monday i 
Gilfillan Memorial Hall, at 7.30 P.M. 

Isla, Juvenile Tent, meets every alternate Thursday in Lochee Road U.I 
Church Hall, at 7 p.m. 

The Dundee District also comprises Tents in Arbroath, Montrose, Ferryder 
Brechin, Kirriemuir, Forfar. 


Lodge No. 46. — Meets in Operative Hall, 43 Overgate, on 11th May an 
every alternate Thursday. Secretary, William Duncan, 32 Princes street. 


Loyal Bon-Accord and Thistle Lodge, No. 6536. — Meets every alternat 
Monday at 7.30 P.M., in Masonic Operative Hall, 43 Overgate. Secretary 
John Robertson, 56 Magdalen Yard road. 





Dundee District. — Meets on third Saturday of January, April, July, 
)ctober.— Peter Edwards, D.G.P. ; Andrew Clarke, D.D.G.P. ; Geo. MTntosh, 
Measurer ; James Carmichael, 9 North Wellington st., Secretary. Lodges : — 

City of Dundee. — Meets in Operative Hall, 43 Overgate, on 5th June and 
very alternate Monday. Secretary, Robert Calvert, 35 Guthrie street. 

Elliot. — Meets in Union Hall, Lochee, on 13th June and every alternate 
fuesday. Secretary, James Kellock, 6 Logie street, Lochee. 

KlNBRAE. — Meets in Labourer's Hall, 27 Victoria road, on 1st June and 
jVery alternate Thursday. Secretary, Henry Robb, 15 Clepington street 
' Arch Chapter. — Secretary, Robert Calvert, 35 Guthrie street. 
! G.L. Agent for Dundee and District, David Allan, 174 Lochee road ; 
Hstrict Deputy, Win. Fyffe, 38 Park avenue ; District Chief Templar, 
Ilex. Maiden, Marguerite cottage, Monifieth ; District Secy., James Gordon, 
9 North William street. District Lodge meets third Friday of each month. 


Russell Chi. Sch.,Hawkhill; Wm.M'Kellar, 7 St Peter st. 
Templar Hall,B. Ferry; A. O. Lumsden, Windmill cot. , B. F. 
Hall, 27 Victoria road ; Wm. Batchelor, 96 Hilltown 
Lochee Rd. U.F. Ch. Hall; R. M'Kay, 43 Constitution rd. 
Wellbank ; Geo. Fairlie, Wellbank Smithy, by Dundee. 


'tar of Brought*/, 

\rue Briton, 


i'tar of Hope, 

'tar of Freedom, ... 
felmont, ... 
foundee, ... 

Fisherman's Rescue, 
Tome of Peace, . . . 

yioneer of Peace, 

I John's, ... 


tar of Hope, 

tar of Peace, 
ilbert Archer, ... 


Weavers' Hall, Lochee ; J. C. Burt, 9Muirtonrd., L'hee. 
Russell Chi. Sch., H'khill; Alex. M'Ewan, 34Dallfield wk. 
Camperdown Hall, Barrack street ; Wm. S. Anderson, 

10 Roslin terrace 
TemplarHall, B.Ferry; J. H.Cumming, H'l'nbank,B. Ferry 
U.F. Ch. Hall, Victoria st. ; Jas. Warden, 19 Nelson st. 
Trinity Hall, Victoria rd. ; Jas. Howie, 3 Sibbald street 
Butterburn U.F. Church Hall, Hill street; D. R. 

Cunnison, 49 Dens road 
Tl. Abstainers' Hall, Wellgate ; 'Wm.Turnbull,2M'Gillst. 
18 Annfield street ; Wm. Smith, 2 Isles' lane 
Morison Hall, Guthrie st. ; James Crighton, Lochee road 
Tayport Temperance Hall, Tayport; A. M'Rae, Ogilvie 

street, Tayport 
Jamaica Street Hall ; A. M. Johnston, 13 Hospital wynd 
Mission Hall, 46 Hilltown ; John E. Kidd, 12 Craigie st. 


ommercial, ... Y.M.C.A. Rooms ; Mrs Collie, c/o Dr M'Vicar, Tay st. 

osemount, ... Hall, 27 Victoria road ; Wm. Robbie, 14 Balmore street 

emperance Home, Park U.F. Ch. Hall, Pk. av. ; Geo. Potts, 3 Arbroath rd. 

T eIcome, ... ... CaledoniaHall,52Westport; JohnDeuchars, 45 Annfield rd 

uledonian, ... Mission Hall, 161 Overgate ; J. H. Perks, 199 Strath- 

martine road 

histle, . ... Morison Hall, Guthrie st.; Chas. Roger, 42 South Tay st. 
erseverance, ... Maxwellt'n Hall (upper) ; Wm. G. Hogg, 26 Caldrum st. 
'omcfield, . . . South Mid St. Hall, Lochee ; W. Green, 3 Tof thill, L'hee. 

T onifieth, ... U.F. Ch. Hall ; Bella J. H. Caithness, Sandridge, M'n'fieth 

xcelsior, ... . „ Mission Hall, Brown st. , Lochee rd. ; Rt. Adam,24 Bank st. 


-District Superintendent, C. Durward, 21 Dock street. 


Juvenile Lodges- 

Day Star, Monday, 

City Pioneer, Tuesday, 

City of Dundee, ... , , 

Lochee' s Rising Star, ,, 

Rescue, ,, 

Dawn of Scotscraig, ... ,, 

Hope of Dundee, ... „ 

Hope of the Union, ... ,, 

Broughty Ferry, ... ,, 

Pride of Belmont, ... ,, 

Commercial Hope, . . . Wednesday, 

Rosemount, ... ... ,, 

Temperance Home, ... ,, 

Welcome, ... ... „ 

Thistle, Thursday, 

Pride of Lochec, ... ,, 

Fear Not, , , 

Caledonian, ... ... ,, 

Scotsman, ... ... ,, 

Perseverance, ... ... ,, 

Excelsior, ... ... ,, 

Hope of the Future, ... Saturday, 

Club-rooms, 6 Bain square. Club Executive— President, Wm. W. Collins 
Vice-President, James Proctor ; Treasurer, David Pitkeathly ; Financis 
Secretary, Alex. Aimers ; General Secretary, Bobt. Moore, 3 Parker's court. 

TRADES SOCIETIES.— Addresses op Secretaries 

Leatherworkers — Dun. Crabb,36Victoriar' 
Lithographers — Skelton M. Christie, 14 
Lochee road 

Russell Chapel Schoolroom 

Trinity C.U. Ch. Hall, Victoria rd 

Cherryfield Hall 

"Weavers' Hall 

Butterburn U.F. Ch. Hall, Hill sl| 

Tayport Temperance Hall 

Morison Hall, Guthrie street 

Total Abstainers' Hall, "Wellgate 

Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry 

Russell Chapel Schoolroom 

Y.M.C.A. Rooms 

Labourers' Hall, 27 Victoria road 

U.F. Church Hall, Park avenue 

Caledonian Hall 

Morison Hall, Guthrie street 

South Mid Street Hall 

South U.F. Ch. Hall, Monifietli 

Hall, 161 Overgate 

St Stephen's Ch. Hall, Dudhope si 

Maxwelltown Hall 

Hall, Brown street, off Lochee rd. 

Labourers' Hall, Victoria road 

Bakers— David Law, 29 Cleghorn street 
Blacksmiths— Robt. Martin, 16 Forest Fk rd 
Bleachfieldworkers— Charles Stuart, 6 Mal- 
colm street 
Boilermakers— William Ogg, 7 Lyon street 
,, 2nd Bran — Wm. Langlands, 10 Park ave. 
Bookbinders— James Magill, 7 Ellen street 
Bootmakers— Alex. Brown, 41 Baldovan ter. 
Brassf'ders— Geo. G. Wanliss,6 Alexander st. 
Brushmakers— Ed. Pike, 46 Peddie street 
Calenderw'krs— Jas Cunningham, 7 John st 
Carpenters and Joiners (x\ssoc.) — Thomas 

Hunter, 4 Watson street 
Coachmakers — John M'Intosh, Masonic 

place, Dudhope Crescent road 

Engineers— T. Petrie, 32 Dudhope Cres. rd. 

, 2nd Bran.— Thos. Allan, 10 Kosefield st. 

, 3d Bran.— D.G.Walker,29Clepvngtonst. 

,, 4th Bran.— W. H. Mackay, 13 Ellen st. 

„ Lochee— D.Brown, 20Marshallst., Lochee 

Farriers(Amal.)— Wm. Lindsay, 7 Mid wynd 

Furnish'g Trades— Jas. Anderson . 31 Dura st. 

Gasworkers— James I. Wilson, 8 Marshall 

street, Lochee 
Insur. Agents— William Smith, 2 Isles' lane 
Joiners (Anml.)-Wm. Gold, 27 Provost rd. 
,, 2nd Bran.— David H. Lewis, 1 Thorn- 
bank street 
Labourers N.U.— J. M'Ara, 31 Catherine st. 
Labourers (Dock)— Jas. Dolan, 7 Kirk entry 
Lathsplitters- John Fyfe, 53 Erskine st. 

Masons — David Hume, 14 King's road 
Mill and Factory Operatives — Miss 1 

Smeaton, 2 Ireland's lane 
Moulders— George Dixon, 2 Dalhousie te 
Musicians — J. C.Wallace, 62 Commercial s 
Painters — Thomas Holden, 46 Kembacks 
Patternmakers — Peter M. Adamson, <■- 

Erskine street 
Plasterers— Henry Cuthbert, 119a Hilltow 
Plumbers — Alex. Robertson, 15 Blackness s 
Postmen's Federation — David Turnbul 

Buttar's loan, Lochee 
Printers — David R. Anderson, 11 Barracks 
Railwaymen— Ralph M. Cant, 86 Peddie s 
Saddlers— J. Connor, 36 Step row 
Sawmillers— James F. Reilly, 17 Mortimer 
Shipwrights — James Walker, 50 Ferry re" 
Shop Assistants (National Amalgamate 

Union)— Arthur Wilson, 33 Stirling s 
Slaters— Kenneth M'Leod, 58 Main street 
Smiths and Strikers— John G. Wilson, 

Lochee road 

Tailors (Amal.)— T.M'Burney,24 Crichton 

,, (Scot.)— J.W Cathro,13Hospitalw 

Tinplateworkers— Wm. Lamb, 62 William 

Tramwaymen — Alexander M. Stracha 

11 Robertson street 
Upholsterers— James Scott, 3 Tay terrao 





COUNCIL. — President, Robt. Stir ton ; Vice-President, David Law; Treasurer, 
lames Mann ; Secretary, John Henderson, 1 Cunningham street ; Assistant 
Secretary, W. R. Salmon d ; Trustees, David Liddell (Furnishing Trades), 
Andrew Powrie (Shipwrights), William Thomson (Blacksmiths) ; Executive 
; Committee, R. Bannerman (Furnishing Trades), Alex. Brown (Boot Opera- 
tives), James Gordon (Mill and Factory Operatives), Duncan Crabb (Leather- 
workers), D. Turnbull (Postmen's Federation), R. Nicol (Ironmoulders), R. 
■Soutar (Painters). 

TION. — President, Robert Soutar ; Vice-President, Scott ; Treasurer, 

Duncan Crabb ; Secretary, J. D. Kellock, 6 Logie street. 
I JNION — Organized 9th September 1885. — Hon. President, Rev. Henry 
I i 1 Williamson, 13 Coupar street, Lochee ; Secretary, Miss Smeaton. Office — 
12 Ireland's lane. 

JF. H. M'Gavin ; Vice-President, John Mathewson ; Trustees, Alexander 
jMathewson, Joseph Philip, Charles Robertson, Henry M'Grady, William 
Balmond ; Committee, President, Vice-President, Trustees, and Neil Mac- 
[: lonald, W. W. Fairweather, R. T. Mitchell, James Bates, Wm. Lindsay, 
In. M. Allan ; Auditor, David Don, C.A. ; Secretary and Treasurer, H. T. 
Baxter, 87 Commercial street. The Committee meets on the first Wednesday 
h)f January, April, July, and October. 

|;>ROCERS' ASSOCIATION. — President, George Strachan ; Treasurer, 

I flames Lindsay ; Secretary, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. 
TION. — President, J. A. Peebles ; Treasurer, G. A. Johnston ; Secretary, 
;! Fames Cuthbert, 154 Hilltown. 

President, Lord Provost Barrie ; Vice-Presidents, Hugh Ballingall, Alex. 
il Elliot, Dr Lennox ; Secretary, Treasurer, and Registrar, A. G. Strachan, 

Ripplebank, Wormit. 
CIATION, LIMITED.— President, Robert Martin; Secretary, Wm. Allan; 
;•> [Directors, Alex. Reid, Charles Robertson, John Forsyth, John Rennie, Robt. 
Bhand, William Fyffe. Depot — Tay Bridge Station. Office — 13 South 
■Union street. 

f| SWIMMING CLUBS with their respective Secretaries.— High School P. and 
IF. Pupils, Thos. Lowson, High School ; Lochee, John Findlay, S. Church st., 
,1: Lochee ; Whitehall, James R. Mackay, 35 Baldovan ter. , and J. P. Macfarlane, 
■I Ward road ; Belmont, William Matthew, 30 Mid street ; Arnhall, J. 
jM'Gowan, 31 Meadowside ; Wallace, John Sellars, 37 Arbroath road; 
swOamperdown, James Soutar, Marshall street, Lochee ; Local Centre, Thomas 
^Sellars, 6 North Wellington street ; Boys' Brigade, John A. W. Mudie, 188 
3?Lochee road ; City Police, John M'Naughton, Police chambers ; Forfar, D. 
9B. M 'Gibbon, Victoria street, Forfar; St Thomas, Arthur Ramsay, Cairnie 
';i street, Arbroath. 

DUNDEE HUMANE SOCIETY (1864).— President, Jas. Myles ; Vice- 
-President, R. L. B. Watt ; Secretary, W. Wishart, Post Office ; Treasurer, 
wjjWilliam Farquharson, 44 Barrack street. 


President, W. S. Powrie ; Vice-Presidents, A. Johnstone, A. Dibbs ; 
ulSecretary and Treasurer, Thomas Sellars, 6 North Wellington street. 


ANGUS CHESS AND "WHIST CLUB. — Chambers, 6 Shore terraclgD 
President, A. N. Smyth; Vice-President, G. B. Carmichael ; Committel* 
William Watson, P. H. Thorns, James A. Fleming, J. B. Nucator, Jam«Bit 
Fleming ; Secretary and Treasurer, Thomas Macpherson, 13 Janefield placeJLy 

DUNDEE BURIAL SOCIETY— Office, 2 Bain square.— Trustees, Ale:|A 
Mathewson, William Hunter, John Robertson, manufacturer ; Presiden jiv 
John Whyte ; Secretary, R. Fulton, 19 Brown Constable street ; Treasure I<ci 
William Baxter; Committee, Thomas Braid, William R. Lindsay, Davit p 
Fyffe, James Ross, James Christie, John Bell, William Sorlie ; Collector: 
Wm. Martin, James Reid, David Baxter, David Buchanan, John Ramag( 
jun., George Fulton, Robert Langlands, David R. Carey, George Ramsay. 

DUNDEE SHOP ASSISTANTS' UNION.— President, John M'Gillivary 
Vice-President, Alex. Johnstone ; Treasurer, John Lowdon ; Minute Secretarjlp 
W. H. Walker; Committee, J. H. Smith, J. Hynd, J. Pairman, J. Don, I 
Johnstone, R. White, S. Tarbet, G. M. Hogg, A. M. Lowson, J. Millar, I 
Cooper, George Hastings, John Wilkie, A. Taylor ; Secretary, R. Liddel 
c/o Miss Davidson, 7 Manor place, Perth road. Committee meet firs 
Tuesday of each month in Mathers' Hotel, Whitehall crescent. 

DUNDEE CEMETERY CO., Ltd.— Directors, James B. Mills, Henr 
A. Pattullo, David Pirie, F. J. Robertson. R. G. Rae, Superintenden 
Secretary, and Treasurer, Western Cemetery, Perth road. 

ROOMS ASSOCIATION. — Directors, William Wilson, Daniel M'lntyn 
David Bruce, John Nicoll, J. P. Kyd, T. S. Robertson, Robert Murdocl 
Alexander Agnew, Principal Mackay, William Brownlee. Secretary an 
Treasurer, Daniel M'Intyre, C.A., 13 Albert square. Coffee and Readirj ^ 
Rooms, open daily, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

8 Wellgate, - - - . - - Keeper, George Wyncl. 

Crichton street, - - - - ,, James Miller. 


The Dundee Amateur Choral Union (1858).— President, Victor Fraenkl 
Hon. Treasurer, R. O. Parker; Committee, Robert Chalmers, John Bisse 
John Fergusson (Newport), John Ferguson, W. W. Halley, W. Findlay, jun 
William Angus, W. P. Henderson, T. Sturrock, John D. Mathew, James i 
Anderson, William Chalmers; Conductor, W. P. Fleming; Accompanisi 
Alexander Low, A.R.C.M. ; Hon. Secretary, W. F. Hill, 18 Meadowside. 
• Dundee Select Choir.— Conductor, Henry Marshall ; Librarian, T. Bird 1 eil 
Committee, T. Bird, J. C. Fyffe, Jas. Barnet, Miss Melville, Miss G. Ross 
Accompanist, Miss Cuthbert ; Secretary and Treasurer, James Barnet, 
Park terrace. 

Dundee Parish Church Choral Assoc. (1894). — S. C. Hirst, Conductoi 

Dundee Operatic Society (1902).— S. C. Hirst, Conductor. 

Maryfield Choral Society. —Presidents, J. C. Robertson, Rev. W. A 
Dunbar ; Vice-Presidents, A. B. Crichton, John M. Nairn, W. E 
Irvine, B.A. ; Treasurer, Lewis F. Robertson; Secretary, G. A. Reid, Hillview 
Clepington road ; Accompanists, Miss Wyse, Miss Duncan ; Conductoi 
James Adamson. 

Dundee Orchestral Society. — President, J. Martin White ; Vice 
Presidents, Victor Fraenkl, Thomas Murdoch, Robert Murdoch ; Hon 
Secretary, D. H. Littlejohn ; Hon. Treasurer, C. J. Lennox ; Librarian IF 
John Smith ; Committee, Dr Kinnear, R. O. Stoole, George Thomson k 
J. Smith, R. B. Smith, G. C. Brown ; Conductor, A. M. Stoole. 

Whitehall Orchestral Society. — Conductor, A. Whitelaw ; Treasurer 
"W, Nicoll ; Librarian, J. M'Leod ; Secretary, J. Gray,, 2Q7 Perth road, 




Dundee Scottish Musical Society (1869).— Conductor, W. J. Calderwood ; 

President, ; Vice-President, Win. Scrimgeour ; Committee, 

peter Fisher, W. Cameron, A. Law ; Librarian, Sidney Millar ; Hon. Secre- 
ary and Treasurer, R. Davis, 2 Wellgate. 

Amalgamated Musicians' Union. — Dundee Branch — President, W. D. 
Davidson ; Vice-President, Andrew Simpson ; Treasurer, George Stuart ; 
Secretary, J. C. Wallace, 62 Commercial street. 

Dundee Society of Musicians. — President, J. Ernest Cox ; Vice-President, 

; Council, the Office-bearers, Miss Meyer, Miss L. Robertson, Miss 

3. Webster, Mrs A. Cox, Mrs Boase, Miss M. Miller, W. P. Fleming, 
B. J. Calderwood, Alex. M. Stoole, R. O. Stoole ; Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, W. Campbell Scarlett, 21 Reform street. 

Incorporated Society of Musicians.— East of Scotland Section — Council, 
kliss M. Hempel, Misses Westwood, Miss A. P. Jull, S. Richardson, S. C. 
Hirst, D. Stephen, N. Christie, A. W. Hayward, Tom Adamson, W. H. 
3aker, Ernest F. Parker, C. H. Nutton, F. W. Humphreys, James Adam- 
ion ; Treasurer, W. Peddie Petrie ; Hon. Secretary, G. D. Lamont, 63 Con- 
tention road. , 


Band of the First (City of Dundee) Vol. Battalion Royal High- 
landers, B.W. — Practice on Monday and Thursday evenings in Trades' Hall, 
ling's road. Bandmaster, W. D. Davidson, 2 Nairne place. 
Bands of the Dundee Highlanders, 3rd Volunteer Battalion, The 
tpLACK Watch. — Pipes and drums practise every Monday at 8 p.m. in Cutlers' 
lilall ; Pipe-Sergeant, John Stewart, 68 Murraygate. Brass Band practise 
jiCuesdays and Thursdays, at 7.30 p.m., in Cutlers' Hall ; Bandmaster, William 
[Armstrong, 24 Garland place. Bugle Practice, Fridays, at 7 P.M., in Cutlers' 
flail. Drum-Sergeant, W. M. Davidson, 44 Small's wynd. 

Band of the Artillery Volunteers.— Practise on Monday and Tuesday 
svenings in King's Road Hall. Bandmaster, J. C. Johnstone, 165 Victoria rd. 
, Caledonian Pipe Band. — Practice every Thursday at 8 P.M. in Associated 
Shipwrights' Hall, Candle Lane. Pipe-Major, James Swinton ; Secretary 
md Treasurer, William Edwards, 1 Sibbald street. 

; Dundee Trades (late Instrumental) Band. — Practise every Tuesday 
md Thursday in Dudhope Barracks. Bandmaster, A. J. Paterson, 62 
Seagate ; Secretary, D. Rollo, 21 Stirling street. 

! LONDON TONIC SOL-FA COLLEGE— Dundee and Forfar District 
Soard. — President, Alex. Adamson ; Vice-President, John Kerr ; Committee, 
iliss Jane T. Ewen, Andrew H. Adie, Thomas Adamson, James S. M'Kay, 
Tames Elder ; Secretary, Peter T. Shepherd, Millbank house, Forfar. 

TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, for Musical Education and Examination. 
—Local Committee, I. J. Weinberg (Chairman), Mrs Fraenkl, S. C. Hirst, 
0. M. Stoole, Henry M 'Grady, William Hunter, Hugh Ballingall, John 
Robertson ; Local Secretary, Nimmo Christie, A.R.C.O., 8 Panmure street. 

] LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC— Local Representative, John Burrows, 
B.L.C.M., 79 Commercial street. 

Smith ; Vice-Convener, William Milln, Tayport ; Members, Col. Smith, 
iVilliam L. Boase, William Rettie, John Smith, J. J. H. Henry, R. A. Mudie, 
f. Bartholomew, David Hart ; Duncan Macnab, solicitor, Perth, Hon. 
Secretary of Committee. 



Smith; Vice-Presidents, Sir William OgilvyDalgleish, Bart., Hugh Ballinga] 
William L. Boase, Thomas Bell, John W. Bell, Captain Clayhills Henderso: 
William Bettie, Walter Shepherd, William B. Thompson, I. J, Weinber 
James Anderson, G. H. L. Boase, Major W. H. Fergusson, Major D. Miln 
Alexander Scott, James Tawse, B. B. Thomson, David P. Whitton, Jain 
W. Kidd, Thomas L. Peters, John Smith, James Carmichael, Geo. Anto; 
Central Offices, 12 Bank street ; J. Bartholomew, Hon. Secy, and Treasure 

Dundee Northern District Conservative Beading Booms, Bosebank Schoc 
20 Bosebank street ; Secretary, Alex. Bremner, 59 Blackscroft ; Caretake 
John Litchfield, 191 Clepington road. 

Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. James Tyndall, 50 Lilybank road. James Mathieson, 9 King street. 

2. A. Chapman, 5 Queen's Hotel bldgs. William Nicoll, 54 Seafield road 

3. David Scott, 71 Perrie st., Lochee. Chas. J. Lennox, 42 High st., Lochejtn 
5. David Spalding, 307 Hilltown. 

6. Wm. Cummings, 49 Beform st. John Carson, 63 Victoria road. 

7. David Hart, 158 Hilltown. Andrew Hare, 138 Hilltown. 

8. Elliot Strachan, 41 Guthrie street. Jas. Binny, Biverview, Blackness r< 

9. Andw. B.M'Farlane, 88Hawkhill. Thomas Money, 212 Blackness road 

Hon. Presidents, Lady Leng, Lady Low, Mrs H. H. Asquith ; President, Mi 
Leng; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Jas. Wilson, Mrs Lumsden, Miss Bobertsoi 
Hon. Treasurer, Miss C. Farquharson ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Hamilto: 
Gynack, Broughty Ferry. 

stead ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Sir John Leng, M.P., Edmund Bobertson, M.I 
Captain Sinclair, M.P. ; President, John Bobertson, Elmslea ; Vice-President 
Sir James Low, A. H. Moncur, Alex. Mathewson, William Smith, Franc 
Stevenson, George Bitchie, William Low, Joseph Philip, A. B. Dunca: 
A. M. Strachan, John Mudie, Wm. Bell, Lord Provost Barrie ; Hon. Seer 
tary and Treasurer, Walter Baxter, 31 Murraygate; Organiser, Willia 
Smith, 51 Beform street. 


Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. William Thow, 11 Baffin street. Jas. A. Graham, 104 Commercial st 

2. D. Mathers, Whitehall place. J. M. Soutar, 31 Beform street 

3. D. M'Gregor. Loons road, Lochee. Alexander Jolly, 22 Gardner street, 

4. Chas. Mollison, 87 Albert street. W. A. B. Elder, 23 Morgan street. 

5. J. M. Nairn, Huntly cot., Forfar rd. James Buchan, 3 Bustic place. 

6. John Bobertson, Bose cot., Bose lane. J. B. Strachan, 174 Perth road. 

7. S. G. Fraser, 17 Hospital wynd. G. B. Carmichael, 54 Commercial s 

8. David Duncan, 2 Tullideph road. J. G. Lawson, 61 Beform street 

9. John Scott, 5 Blackness avenue. James Thomson, Hyndford terrace 
Dundee Liberal Association Booms — 51 Beform street. 

(1886). — Hon. President, Earl of Camperdown ; Hon. Vice-President: 
J. C. Buist, J. B. Don, B. B. Don, Victor Fraenkl, James Hendersoi 
William Hunter, W. G. Irving, E. F. Maitland, Henry M'Grady, J. Co 
Methven, B. O. Parker, D. C. Thomson. Council — Sir George W. Baxte: 
L.L.D., Chairman; D. M. Allan, Joseph Allan, William Beattie, Davi 
Crichton, David Davidson, W. W. Fairweather, Pat. L. Johnston, W. S. Kel 




llJohn Lindsay, William Mackenzie, Richard M'Cormick, James Mollison, 
A. L. Rattray, T. H. B. Rorie, James M. Smith, W. F. Soutar, David 
He wart, T. B. Taylor, William Thomson ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
jjohn L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

I Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. Alex. Nicoll, 80 Ferry road. Wm. Crowley, 31 Murraygate. 

2. John Spence, 20 West Dock st. Thos. Brown, 24 Union street. 
| 3. J. Stevenson, AncrumWks.,Lochee. Joseph Grier, Tof thill, Lochee. 

| 4. Alex. Laurie, 11 Nelson street. William Moffat, 7 Balmore street. 

5. R. W. Gray, 164 Clepington rd. Thomas M. Millar, Argyle street. 

6. James Fettes, 397 Clepington rd. James Grant, 25 Barrack street. 

7. John Brown, 12^ Mortimer place. David Robertson, 7 Canning street. 

8. David Forrester, 151 Lochee road. David M. Stewart, 11 Inverary terrace. 

9. Edward Quirk, 13 Crichton street. D. S. Lamb, 193 Perth road. 
Reading and Recreation Rooms, Union Club, Murraygate, and 99 High 

[street, Lochee. 

Union Club, 17 Murraygate. — President, Sir George W. Baxter, LL.D. ; 
Vice-President, Colonel William Smith ; Secretary and Treasurer, John J. H. 
Henry, 63 Reform street. 

jStrathmore ; Vice-President, Earl of Camperdown ; Chairman, H. T. Munro, 
yr. ; Vice-Chairman, Provost Stewart (Monifieth) ; Organiser, David Stewart, 
Downiemill, Monikie ; Auditor, T. H. B. Rorie, C.A. ; Secretary and Trea- 
surer, Ed. Cowan, Rowanlea, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry. 

TARIFF REFORM LEAGUE (East of Scotland Division, Dundee Branch). 
— President, Sir William Ogilvy Dalgieish, Bart. ; Executive Committee, 
William Thomson (Chairman), Harry Walker (Vice-Chairman), W. L. Boase, 
William Hunter, John N. Kyd, J. H. Luis, Principal Mackay, J. Cox 
Methven, A. J. Shepherd, W. F. Soutar, D. C. Thomson ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, James Scrimgeour. 54 Commercial street. 

[President, George Armitstead ; President, Lord Provost Barrie ; Vice-Presi- 
idents, Sir John Leng, M.P., Edmund Robertson, K.C., M.P., J. C. Buist, 
William Henderson ; Executive Committee, Sir James Low, George Ritchie, 
J. C. Fraser, A. P. Mathewson, Joseph Philip, Alexander Duncan, D. S. Smith, 
T. H. Smith, J. H. Martin, James Scott, William Smith, John Bogue, F. 
Stevenson, jun., William Bremner, G. A. Johnston, Charles Mollison, J. N. 
(Smith, P. S. Mudie, John Robertson, William Low, G. R. Thorn, J. D. 
Campbell, Francis Webster, Andrew Leitch, James Cleland, William Forwell, 
D. Wilkie, Peter Reid, William Robertson, James Petrie, Simon Fraser ; 
jHon. Secretaries, Sturrock & Morrison. 43 Nethergate. 

David Liddell ; Vice-President, David Law ; Hon. Treasurer, David Burns ; 
Hon. Secretary, John Henderson, 1 Cunningham street. 

I NATIONAL TELEPHONE COMPANY, Limited.— President, Sir Henry 
Fowler, M.P., London. Vice-President, George Franklin. Director resident 
in Scotland — William Alexander Smith, Glasgow. Head Offices, Victoria 
embankment, London, E.C. ; Dundee District Offices, 13 Panmure street ; 
Exchanges in Dundee, Broughty Ferry, Monifieth, Newport, Carnoustie, 
Downfield, Invergowrie, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Brechin, Perth, Arbroath, Mon- 
trose, Tayport, Crieff, and Bridge of Earn. Wm. Brown, District Manager. 

Call Offices. — 13 Panmure street, 113 Albert street, 111 Nethergate, 
113, 168, 197 and 250 Perth road, 4 Polepark road, 49 Reform street, 
92 Princes street, 100 Dura street, 104 Victoria road, 65 Provost road, 



7 Queen's Hotel buildings, Eastern Wharf, 8 King street, 142 Hilltown, 2|f 
Constitution road, 7 Union street, 28 Dudhope Crescent road, 124 and 14 
Hawkhill, 120 Lochee road ; 21 and 131 High street, Lochee : 143 Sout 
road, Lochee ; N. Church street, Craig street, 54 Dock street, 200 Hawkhill 
162 Lochee road, 211 Perth road, 24 Carmichael street, 2 Nethergate, Dalf-^ 
gleish road, Ninewells, St Andrew's street, West Station platform, Tay Bridg J I 
Station platform, 5 Murraygate, 58 Magdalen Yard road, 28 Dundonal<f-I 
street, 107 Logie street, 18 Logie street. 

DUNDEE HIGHLAND SOCIETY.— Chief, Duncan Macdonald ; Chief 
tains, David Dewar, Neil Mackay, and Colin Macdonald ; Treasurer, A. Ross I] 
Secretary, John Abrach Mackay, 2 Euclid crescent. 

Branch Office, 11 Reform street— Alex. Tosh, C.A., Local Secretary ; Georgji 
Tudhope, Resident Engineer. 

Office, 104 Commercial street. Directors — Alex. H. Moncur, Chairman; Johij 
Miln, M. S. Carr, William Hunter, Alex. Simpson. David Don, C.A., Secy 

PANY, Limited.— Registered office, 4 High street; Works, Claypots 
Broughty Ferry. Directors— Sir James Low, Provost Gray (Chairman) 
David Scott Cowans, James Smith Hood. Manageress, Miss Ballantyne I 
Auditor, J. A. Murdoch, C.A. ; Secretary, Edward Cowan. 

Companies. — Headquarters, Customhouse; Drill Ship, H.M.S. "Unicorn. 
Lieutenants, W. Herbert Purvis, Henry S. Glenny ; Sub-Lieutenants, Rober 
Still, Alfred Morton Mowbray ; Surgeon, J. A. C. Kynoch, M.B. ; Assistan 
Paymaster, Douglas D. Taylor : Hon. Chaplain, Rev. G. M. Campbell 
C.P.O. Instructors, John Marra, Henry Winnej'. 

tenant-Colonel W. Marshall and Captain Lumsden, Commanding 
Surgeon-Major, T. F. Dewar; Squadron Sergt. -Major, J. Rickard ; Quarter « 
master-Sergt., G. C. Mount ; Instructor, Sergt. -Major D. Ankers, Lytton st ^ 

Headquarters, Dundee ; Orderly Room, Drill Hall. Col. Commandant — T. G 
Luis, v.d. P. Lieutenant-Colonel — J. Lindsay Henderson, Commanding 
Headquarters, A.T.P. Major — R. H. Adamson, A, p.s. Adjutant- 
Captain F. E. Nixon Eckersall, R.G.A. Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel — W 
Chalmers Cowan, P. Surgeon-Major — D. M. Greig, P. Surgeon-Captain— 
G. Halley, P. Veterinary-Lieutenant— J. Peddie, P. Chaplain — Rev. C. M 
Grant M.A., B.D., D.D. Sergeant-Major— T. Mannion, R.G.A. Sergeant 
Instructors — T. E. Denman and H. Woods. Bandmaster — J. C. Johnstone. 

The Heavy Batteey and Garrison Companies Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6- 
Dundee. Orderly Room, Drill Hall. Captain and Hon. Major— R. A 
Mudie, Q, p.s. Captains — W. G. Campbell, A,P, J. C. Robertson, P 
R. S. Henderson, A,T, p.s., A. S. Henderson, A,T, p.s., C. F. C. Moon 
A,P, p.s., F. E. Garriock, P. Lieutenants — F. W. Henderson, P, p.s., J 
Grant, P, K. S. Malcolm, P. 2nd Lieutenants— W. A. Mitchell, C. E. Brown 
D. A. Maxwell, and T. S. Couper. Quartermaster — E. T. Livingstone, P 
Hon. Captain. 

Companies Nos. 7, 8, and 9 — Arbroath. Major — D. Laing, P. Captain, 1 
— N. M'Bain, P, C. Corsar, P, T. Scott, P. Lieutenant— N. B. Anderson ftp 
P. 2nd Lieutenant, D. Ducat. Chaplain — Rev. J. M. Scott. 

Company No. 10— Montrose. 2d Lieut.— H. Hale. Chaplain— Rev. W 




I Companies Nos. 11 and 12 — Broughty Ferry. Captains — J. D. Fleming, 
I& P., Archibald F. Rae, A,P, p.s. 2nd Lieutenant — C. S. Cunningham. 
iji-Jurgeon-Lieutenant, H. C. Colman, P. Chaplain — Rev. A. J. Campbell. 
1 Company No. 13 — Perth. Captain — W.C. Noad, P. Surgeon-Lieutenant 

f— W. A. Taylor, P. Chaplain— Rev. R. Oswald. 

—Headquarters, Broughty Castle. — Honorary Colonel Commandant, The 
{flight Hon. Lord Kinnaird ; Officer Commanding, F. S. Stephen, Lieut. -Col. 
\P]; Acting Adjutant, William Montgomery, Captain R.E. and O.C. Tay 
! Section Coast Battalion, R.E. ; Major, J. Hermann White, ^.s., Captains, Jas. 

A. Murdoch, p.s., W. M. G. Thomson, p.s., Lewis J. Garriock, p.s. ; 2nd 
I Lieutenant, H. Richardson; Surgeon-Major, G. Owen C. Mackness, M.D., 

o. ; Surgeon-Lieutenant, J. Y. Mackay, M.D. ; Acting- Chaplain, Rev. 
fcffarcourt M. Davidson; Quartermaster, Captain J. H. Luis. Authorised 
tBstablishment — 4 Companies, 259 all ranks. 
| Bands practise Wednesday evenings. — Sergeant-Drummer, F. Ewan ; 

Sergeant -Piper, Alexander Lister ; Sergeant-Bugler, P. Ritchie. 
j ROYAL HIGHLANDERS) — Headquarters, Albany Quarters. — Hon. 
iOolonel, The Lord Provost of Dundee; Lieut. -Colonel Commanding, H* 
r'Eill, V.D., p (Q) (H); Major, D. Scroggie, V.D., Hon. Lieut. -Colonel, p. 
[Major, D. A. Watson, v.D.,p (H); J. Nelson, v.n., Hon. Major, p; Captains,. 
■any Walker, p (Q) (H) ; D. Pirie, p (T) ; E. Tosh, p (T) ; J. Gibson, p (T) ; 
M. K. Watson, p (t) (H) ; A. B. Corrie, p (H) ; J. B. Muir, p (t) ; W. S. 

Thompson, p ; R. Lamb, p (t) (S) ; Lieutenants, J. P. Sturrock, (p) ; F. H. 
Morrison, (p) ft); E. L. Boase, jp.s. (H); T. E. Corrie, (p); R. M. Ballingall, {p);. 
Hf. J. Lennox, p ; P. M. Moon, p; A. B. Watson, (p) ; A. S. Fraser, p' y 
IB. V. Yates, p; G. Bruce, p ; D. Lennox, M.D., p; (Surgeon-Major, 

iiLM.R.); Surgeon-Captain, J. S. Y. Rogers, M.B., p ; Surgeon-Captain, G. 

F. Whyte, M.B., A.M.R., p; Surgeons-Lieutenant, R. Thornton, M.B. j. 

G. W. Miller, M.B. ; Treasurer, C. C. Duncan ; Sergeant-Major, G. Bedson \. 
Sergeant-Instructors, R. Miller, G. Sellar ; Bandmaster, W. D. Davidsom 
Sstablishment — 10 Companies, 1168 men of all ranks. 

[BLACK WATCH) ROYAL HIGHLANDERS.— Orderly Room, Drill Hall r 
iParker square. Hon. Col., V.C., Roberts. Field-Marshal, Rt. Hon. F. S., Earl, 
fe.G., K.P., G.C.B.,O.M.,G.C.S.I.,G.C.I.E.,Co]. Comdt. R. Art., Col. I. Gds.. 
R.), Commander-in-Chief. Lieut. -Col. Commanding, W. Smith, V.D., Hon. 
polonel, p (T). Majors — Charles Batchelor, V.D., Hon. Lieut. -Colonel, p. ;; 
G. M 'Donald, p ; D. M. Small, p. Adjutant— Captain W. Chill, 
The West India Regiment. Captains — P. S. Nicoll, Hon. Major, p' f . 
0. Milne, v.D. Hon. Major, p; H. K. Smith (Hon. Lieut, in army), 
I (tj ; A. Malcolm, p ; A. E. Barry, p ; J. Cruickshank, p ; G. Rae, p ? 
p. A. Wylie (H) ft) p, I. of M. Lieutenants— L. Melville, p; S. W.. 
[Smith, p ; A. L. Watt, (H) {q) ; R. W. Low, {H) (q) ; C. J. Smith (H) p. 
|}nd Lieutenants — A. B. Tawse, W. L. Mitchell. Instructor of Musketry — 
Ipaptain D. A. Wylie. Medical Officers — Surgeon-Major W. Kinnear, M.B.,. 
I ) ; Surg.-Captain W. E. Foggie, M.B., p.; Surgeon -Lieutenant E. F. M'L.. 
I^eave. Lieutenairt and Quartermaster — J. Dunn, p. Acting Chaplain — 
IHev. H. G. Watt, D.D. Secretary — D. MTntyre, 13 Albert square. 
pergeant-Major — W. Curtis. Colour-Sergt. -Instructors — D. NivenandR. L. 
jlxoldie. Bandmaster — W. Armstrong. Sergt. -Bugler — W. Davidson ; Sergt.- 
Ifiper — J. Stewart. Establishment, 8 Companies. 

I; BLACK WATCH BEARER COMPANY, Royal Army Medical Corps 
LVolunteers) — Headquarters, Arcade Hall, 107 Victoria road. — Surgeon-Major 
Commanding, W. Kinnear, M.D. , p. ; Lieutenant, A. E. Kidd, p ; Acting 
liergeant-Major, J. Birrell. Establishment, 65 of all ranks. 




— Local Members of Executive Committee, Lieutenant- Colonel J. Lindsa; 
Henderson ; Hon. Secretary, Lieut-Colonel D. Lyell, 39 Castle street, Edin 
burgh ; Acting Secretary and Treasurer, Major Blaikie, 23 Thistle street 
Edinburgh ; Executive Officer, Lieut. T. P. Fitzgerald (v), Edinburgh 
Commandant, 2nd Sub-District, Lieut. -Col. A. Purvis, R.A. 

gate. — Recruiting staff, R.M.O. Surgeon-Major D. Lennox, M.D., A.M.R. 
Major J. Young ; Colour-Sergeants A. M'Swain, D. Fairweather ; am 
•Sergeants A. Allan, A. Patrick, 

SCOTTISH TWENTY CLUB.— Lieutenant R. M. Ballingall, ls|( 
V.B.R.H., District Superintendent for Forfarshire. 


dent, Sergeant-Major T. Mannion, R.A. ; Vice-President, C.S.-M. Wjnt 
Davidson; Secretary and Treasurer, B.Q.M.-S. D. Matthew; Committee 
■Sergeants G. Rodger, T. Colman, G. Smith. 

FIRST V.B.R.H. SERGEANTS' MESS, Albany Quarters.— President 
Sergeant-Major Bedson ; Vice-President, Quartermaster-Sergeant "W 
Crighton ; Hon. Treasurer, Col.-Sergt. J. Crighton ; Committee, Col.-Sergt 
G. M'Laren, Sergeant W. R. Beattie, Sergeant H. S. Dickson, Sergeant .A 
Simpson ; Hon. Secretary, Sergeant J. R. Dryden, Harbour buildings. 


Hunter ; Chairman, David Robertson ; Vice-Chairman, J. Plenderleath 
Committee, William Morrison, J. Plenderleath, James Scrimgeour ; Hoi: 
Secretary and Treasurer, P. Emslie, 20 Barrack street. 

Robertson ; Vice-President, J. Davie ; Captain, G. Hammond Lord ; Vic< 
Captain, J. W. Callagban ; Treasurer, J. M. Milne ; Secretary, Wm. Gauldk 
23 Panmure street. Headquarters, Dundee Boatsheds, Esplanade. 

ROYAL TAY YACHT CLUB.— Commodore, Captain G. D. Clayhil] 
Henderson, R.N. ; Vice-Commodore, Captain A. L. Scott, R.N. ; Rear-Con ^ 
modore, J. Gordon Lyon; Secretary and Treasurer, James Mitchell, jun; » 
Charlemont, West Ferry. . D 

ASSOCIATION.— Chairman, A. B. Gilroy ; Secretary, Geo. C. Keiller, 
Panmure street. .' 

Limited. — Registered Office, 9 Panmure street ; Chairman, A. B. Gilroy 
Secretary, George C. Keiller. 

President, James Binny ; Vice-Presidents, J. M'Nab, W. A. Nucatorl Sax 
'.Secretarjr and Treasurer, Joseph Wilkie, 20 Reform street. u 

President, J. H. Thomson (Lochee); Vice-President, James Russell; Com 
mittee, D. H. Ferrier, Wm. Doig, Charles Kerr, Charles Young, A. Naysmit 
(Arbroath), A. Davidson (Montrose), James Ford (Kirriemuir), G. H. Fowleirap 
(Forfar), William M. Ferrier (Brechin), W. R. Kermath (St Andrews), Joh! ton 
Anderson, William Park (Broughty Ferry) ; Secretary and Treasurer, Williaij i' 
-Cummings, 49 Reform street. 

AND DISTRICT BRANCH).— Secretary, D. Clarke, 31 Reform street. 



ent, G. K. Smith ; Committee, William Birse, Crawford Finlay, John 
Rrnegie ; Secretary, William Fraser, 5 Balgray place, Clepington road. 

/IMITED. — Directors, Lord Kinnaird (Chairman), Alex. Gilroy, James 
litchell, Wm. T. L. Hutcheson, Henry M 'Grady ; Treasurer and Assistant 
■ecretary, James M. M'Wee ; Hallkeeper, James Millar ; Auditor, Alex, 
'osh, C.A., 11 Reform street ; Secretary, W. Thomson Currie, 5 Bank street. 

j DUNDEE CONSULAR CORPS.— President, George C. Keiller; Vice- 
'resident, Henry W. Renny ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, B. L. Nairn,. 
!3 Commercial street. 

Dhairman), Allan M. Robertson, John Gray, James Maiden, Jas. A. Kidd, Jn„ 
luthven, Wm. H. Anderson ; Secy., Alfred W. Carlisle, 54 Commercial st. 


'resident, John C. Niven ; Vice-President, James Maiden ; Treasurer, Allan 
I. Robertson ; Secretary and Law Agent, Boyd M. M'Crae, 11 Murraygate. 

lenry Anderson ; Vice-President, Farquhar Webster ; Secretary, Treasurer, 
jnd Law Agent, Boyd M. M'Crae, 11 Murraygate. 

'resident, David Thomson ; Vice-President, R. Lickley ; Secretary, I. B 
lurray, 42 Barrack street. 

ASSOCIATION. — President, James Macfarlane ; Vice-President, Mungo 
"limith; Treasurer, John I. Malloy ; Secretary, David Hart, 158 Hilltown ; 
/aw Agent, Boyd M. M'Crae, 11 Murraygate. 

Harriott Bell ; President, John N. Bisset ; Vice-Presidents, W. T. 
leid, James Peddie ; Secretary and Treasurer, Robert Reid, Maldon cottage,, 
[igh street, Monifieth. 

FNION.— Hon. Presidents, William Kicld, David Winter, William Harris ;■ 
'resident, William Moffat ; Vice-President, James Belford : Treasurer, R. 
'hallon; Committee, J. Steele, H. Killacky, D. Wilson, Miss Anderson, 
Irs Anderson, Mrs Clark ; Secretary, David Dempster, 101 Gray street,, 
troughty Ferry. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1864). — 
Loyal Exchange, Panmure street. President, David Mackie ; Vice-President, 
Ector Fraenkl ; Ex-President, John B. Don ; Directors, Sir George W.. 
laxter, LL.D., William Longair, James Guthrie, William Low, John C. 
!OW, W. F. Soutar, Allan Proctor, F. S. Weinberg ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
l-eorge C. Keiller ; Auditors, Moody Stuart & Robertson, C.A. ; Officers, 
Robert Carnegie and David Ogilvy. 

i DUNDEE TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY (Branch of the Scottish Typo- 
raphical Association).— President, James Ross; Vice-President, Thos. R. 
)onaldson ; Treasurer, David Beedie ; Secretary, David R. Anderson, 
vdvertiser Office. 

directors, Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart. (Chairman), Andrew Hutcheson. 
lenry Prain, John Johnston, Alexander Anderson. 


DUNDEE VEGETARIAN SOCIETY.— President, Daniel Hamilton 
Committee, Alexander Bell, G. Mitchell, J. F. Donaldson, William Fraser 
-•Secretary, Daniel Hamilton, 54 Magdalen Yard road. 

SCOTTISH CLERKS' ASSOCIATION.— Dundee Branch— Chairman, D 
S. Anderson ; Vice-Chairman, David Maule ; Committee, A. W. Forbes, D 
-Chisholm, A. Gibson, R. Grieve, P. Harper, W. L. Kidd, Magnus Elder 
James Mudie, Frank Robertson, W. O. Young, George Fleming; Distric 
Secretary, Chas. Soutar, 30 Whitehall street. 

"Vice-President, George Petrie ; Committee, Robert Milne, Andrew Watt 
JVIrs Odhner, Mrs J. M. Stevenson, Mrs Ogilvie, J. Cairnie, Win. Jackson 
J. Cook, H. M'Pherson ; Treasurer, David Clark ; Minute Secretary, James 
Watson ; Corresponding Secretary, James Murray, Greenlaw place, Clep 
ington road. Conductor of Lyceum, David Clark. 

DUNDEE CHESS CLUB, Whitehall crescent.— President, Wm. N. Walker 
Vice Presidents, John Duncan, Rev. Dr C. M. Grant, William Kidd ; Council 
H. J. Thorns, C. B. Heath, C. L. Mitchell, J. B. Falconer; Hon. Secretary 
R. E. Corrie, 11 Windsor street ; Hon. Treasurer, D. Spankie, 12 Forfar road 

GARRICK DRAMATIC CLUB.— Committee, Mrs H. E. Loseby, Misi 
Edwards, Thomas Nicol, C. J. Mitchell; Secretary, A. J. Leslie, Rose lane. 

THE COMEDY CLUB.— President, W. H. Fergusson ; Vice-President 
W. Graham Campbell, M.B. ; Committee, Mrs A. Josephy, J. MollisonKidd 
J. H. Luis, G. H. L. Boase, Miss Guthrie, Mrs J. C. Methven, Miss Garriock 
J. A. Cox, H. Richardson; Joint Secretaries, Drummond TajdorandT. H. B 
JEtorie, C.A., 33 Albert square. 

Keillor (Lochee) ; Vice-President, William R. Ogilvie ; Hon. Secretary. 
William AV. Walker, 33 North Lindsay street ; Hon. Treasurer, Charles L, 
Fairweather (Tayport) ; Hon. Solicitor, Alfred W. Carlisle, 54 Commercial st 

High street.— Directors, William Forwell (Chairman), David M 'Crone. 
•George Friend (Managing Director) ; Secretary, Edward Cowan. 


—Works and Office, South road, Locbee.— Directors, William HendersorflFi 
(Chairman), Joseph Philip (Deputy-Chairman), David M. Brown, Johri.' 
•Couper ; Managing Director and Secretaiy, R. M. Saunders. : 

MISSION. — President, Rev. John Macpherson ; Vice-President, Thomas |F< 
MTntosh; Secretary and Treasurer, Peter Will, East Somerville place. If, 
Committee— Revs. A. C. Abel, John Jenkins, George Smart, John Reid,§] 
James Benson, Peter M' Vicar ; and D. H. MTntosh, Alex. Gorrie, Alexandei 
Duncanson, James Stirton, Robert Taylor, James Barrie, William Angus, 
George Isles, Andrew Carswell, George Will, James R. Gavine, John Edward. 
John Gray, John Aitchison, John Herd, William Peters, Richard Laird. 

DUNDEE PEACE SOCIETY.— President, A. H. Stephen ; Committee. 
David Brown, T. P. Buist, Rev. W. H. Chesson, Rev. Alfred Gardner, Miss] 
Husband, William Kennedy, William M'Lauchlin, Andrew Mackay, D. C.j 
Maxwell, James Mill, Mrs Mill, Rev. Walter Richards, D. H. Robertson, C. 
W. Scrimgeour, James H. Smith, Rev. R. A. Watson, D.D., Rev. William 
Wood ; Hon. Secretary, T. K. Braithwaite, The Pillars. 


)ffice, 18 Commercial street. — Directors, James Dickson, Colin M. Fulton, 

;;tobert Buttar, Charles Symons, Robert Mackay, Robert Milne, Wm. Low, 
|<)avid Matthew; President, David F. Gloak ; Treasurer, John Cunningham; 
Secretary, George Burnett, Ivybank, Nelson street. 

II. COMUNN NAM FINEACHAN (Dundee Association of the Clans).— 
j president, Malcolm C. MacLeod; Vice-Presidents, John Robertson, Donald 
I nnes, James Ross, Dugald M. M'Taggart ; Treasurer, Malcolm Fisher, 
I Clydesdale Bank; Librarian, A. Sutherland, 3 Parker street; Teacher (Gaelic 
I plass), Donald MacRae ; Teacher (Gaelic Bible Class), James Ross ; Pipers, 
I )onald MacKenzie, John MacKenzie, R. Stewart, J. Duff Stewart ; Secre- 
j ary, James M'Laren, 262 Perth road. 

il ORANGE LODGES— No. 10 District.— District Master, G. Stone, 27 
Worth. Ellen street ; District Secretary, Thomas Watt, 53 Fort street, 
■Jroughty Ferry. 

I DUNDEE COLPORTAGE SOCIETY.— Secretary, James H. Smith, 95 
>; lagdalen green ; Treasurer, A. H. Stephen ; Committee, Rev. Dr Aitken, 
|;)avid Air, Rev. James Benson, George Carmichael, William Doig, Rev. Thos. 
ii ohnstone, James Logie, James Low, Rev. G. R. Macphail, Rev. F. J. Mac- 
Huchlan, James Martin, B. L. Nairn, J. C. Robertson ; Colporteurs, Robert 
! l/richton, 98 Rosebank street ; J. M. Davidson, 19 Brown Constable street. 


yjhairman, Rev. R. Bowie ; Vice-Chairman, A. W. Paton ; Executive, Rev. 

l. C. Mackenzie, Rev. J. Beveridge, G. Allan, J. Ogilvie, J. C. Stewart, 

I M. Pope, Miss M. Craik, Miss Barrie, Miss Leitch ; Hon. Secretary and 

reasurer, Albert J. Watson, 8 Abeiiemno terrace. 


HARBOUR TRUSTEES.— Harbour Office, and Shore Dues Office, Custom- 
ouse buildings, Dock street. 

j For the Town Council — Lord Provost Charles Barrie, Bailies M'Kinnon, 
Muirk, Martin, Doig, and Councillor Melville. 

For the Guildry — Lord Dean of Guild Peters, John Dow, Henry M 'Grady, 
. ir James Low, W. B. Robertson, and William Hunter. 

For the Nine Trades — Convener Anderson, John B. Hay, and A. F. Durkie. 
; For the Three United Trades — Convener Bruce. 

For the Seamen Fraternity — David Simpson. 
j For the County Council — Peter M 'In tyre, David MTntyre, James Miller, 
;'nd William Smith. 

I For Chamber of Commerce — A. B. Gilroy, W. H. Fergusson, and J. C. Buist. 
I For the Shipowners — Andrew Leitch, James Duncan, and J. W. Kidd. 

For the Ratepayers — Joseph Philip, B. L. Nairn, and William Low. 

For the Municipal Electors — Peter Reid and William Foggie. 
I Committees. — Finance and Rights — All the Members of the Board ; Andrew 
I ieitch, Convener. Works — All the Members of the Board ; A. B. Gilroy, 

kmvener. Tay Ferries— All the Members of the Board; John Dow, 
Convener. Lighting, Buoying, Pilotage — All the Members of the Board j 
fames Duncan, Convener. 



John Malloch, Clerk ; James Watson, Treasurer ; John Thompson. 
Engineer ; Charles Yule, Harbourmaster; David Lowson, Master of Camper- 
down and Victoria Docks; Peter Maxwell, Master of King William Dock; Dav. 
Lawson, Master of Earl Grey Dock ; Peter Maxwell, Piermaster ; Jas. Lindsay. 
AVarehouse Keeper and Traffic Superintendent ; John Henderson, Messenger 
Captain Robt. Leslie, Surveyor of Cargoes; Wm. Lumsden, Harbour Foreman. 

Dock Gates. — The Gates are generally opened two hours before highwatei 
at spring tides, and one hour at neap tides. Blue and White "Chequered Flags 
hoisted at the Gate-houses, indicate that the Gates are open. The following. 
Signals at Earl Grey Dock indicate Vessels entering the River : — 
Red, - - - Pennant, indicates Steamers. 

White, - - Do., ,, Ships. 

Blue and Red, - Square Flag, ,, Barques. 

Red and White, Do., ,, Brigs. 

Blue, - - Pennant, ,, Schooners or Sloops. 

Day and Night Signals representing Depth of Water on Tide Gauges ar< 
exhibited at Earl Grey Dock and Camperdown Dock. Signal sheets may b( 
obtained at Harbourmaster's office, Earl Grey Dock. 

The Pilotage of the River Tay and Harbour of Dundee is now managed bj 
the Lighting, Buoying, and Pilotage Committee of the Harbour Trustees 
Pilot Cutters—" Tay " and " Day Dream." Masters of Cutters— Peter Low 
son and Thos. Cunningham. Pilots Licensed by authority of the Trustees- 
John Reid, Johnston Inglis, Wm. Dunn, William Easson, John Mill, Alex 
Craig, M'Donald Cameron, and James Fettes. Supernumeraries — Willian 
Mills and David Watterston. 

Light Keepers. — Lights op Tay — Buddoness — J. Cockerill, Principa 
Light Keeper; Jos. Swankie, Assistant. Tatport — James Menzies, Principa 
Light Keeper ; William Linnes and William Bishop, Assistants. 

Light Ship "Abertay." — Master, Robert Swadel; Mate, Peter Lindsay. 

CUSTOMS.— William Durie, Collector and Surveyor ; W. Harry Hudson 
W. B. Wedderspoon, Clerks ; William Foley, Surveyor ; A. Bulloch, James 
Keir, John Aitken, S. Stewart, G. Fairs, J. M. C. Cussen, J. T. Tully 
J. W. Davidson, J. J. M'Gillivray, W. Anderson, J. R. Keillar, J. H. 
Fargie, J. M. Reid, J. Hall, Examining Officers ; W. Newby, G. J. Murray. 
A. Morrison, Preventive Officers; A. A. Richmond, D. D. Mitchell, Georg( 
Watt, L. Johnston, J. T. Duncan, J. Begbie, Assistants ; J. S. Nicolson 
C. Campbell, S. H. Jones, H. Crichton, J. C. Irving, S. P. Courts, J, 
Dakers, J. M'Cormack, W. O. D. Turner, Boatmen; Jos. Kelly, House 
keeper. Broughty Ferry, Tayport, and St Andrews. — Alexander Kerr. 
Boatman in charge (stationed at Tayport). Arbroath. — David Graham 
Principal Coast Officer. Montrose. — Charles A. Dunn, Superintendent 
Perth. — P. M'Lellan, Boatman in charge. 

LOCAL MARINE BOARD.— Offices, Sailors' Home buildings. Members- 
The Lord Provost, ex officio. Elected — Joseph Gibson, Chairman ; J. W 
Kidd, William Thomson, R. T. Leitch, James S. Ritchie, and Charles C 
Barrie. Nominees of the Board of Trade — W. N. Mackan, James G. Lyon 
James Young, and Robert P. Paton. 

Alfred Smith, R.N.R., Superintendent, Mercantile Marine, and Secy., Loca 
Marine Board; A. P. Downie, R.N.R., Dejjuty Superintendent; Davie 
M. Beveridge, Boy Clerk ; George Ritchie, Board of Trade Constable, Is' 
Class ; William Scott, Messenger ; James A. S. Chalmers, Examiner o: 
Masters and Mates ; Adam Watt, Surveyor for the Board of Trade am 
Examiner of Engineers ; William Bridie, Tapeholder and Messenger ; Davhj 
Ramsay, Boy Clerk. 


j3ir William Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart., of Errol Park, President. Committee 
inaeets in the office of James Hunter, Jun., 69 Reform street, Hon. 
Secretary. James Nicoll, 26 Commercial street, Hon. Treasurer. Captain 
; Superintendent, John M. Mitchell, Beachtower, West Ferry ; Superintendent 
)f Boats and Apparatus at Broughty Ferry — John Lorimer, Dundas street, 
Broughty Ferry. 

' DUNDEE TRINITY HOUSE (incorporated by Royal Charter).— David 
Simpson, Box-Master; Wm. Kilgour, Deputy Box-Master; David Dempster, 
Box-Master's Clerk; Jas. Hunter, Jr., 69 Reform st., Secretary and Factor. 

LENT SOCIETY.— Central Office— 26 Suffolk street, Pall Mall East, London, 
3.W. Hon. Agent at Dundee, W. N. Machan, 1 King William dock. 


i Offices — 58 Fenchurch street, London, E.C. Local Hon. Secretary, John 
i iWilson, 26 East Dock street. 

DUNDEE SAILORS' HOME, Dock street.— President, Sir Wm. Ogilvy 
I Oalgleish, Bart. ; Vice-Presidents, A. H. Moncur, W. Y. Blyth-Martin; 
i Committee, Sir John Leng, M.P., George Armitstead, William Thomson, 
ijl G. Gourlay, Charles Barrie, Robert Mudie, J. W. Kidd, Robert Murdoch, 
■ (Joseph Gibson, Duncan Ritchie ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Mackay, 
Siijons, & Co., C.A., 13 Albert square ; Manager, James B. Ritchie. 

I SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY.— Chapel and Library, Sailors' Home 
|i'iuildings ; Reading Room, Harbour Police Office, East Dock st. President, 
Jiir Wm. Ogilvy Dalgleish, Bart. ; Vice-President, Joseph Gibson ; Committee, 
1¥. Y. Blyth-Martin, J. C. Buist, A. H. Moncur, Lord Provost Barrie, 
Ijlames W. Kidd, Thomas Farquharson ; Auditor, D. R. Isles ; Missionary, 

"ames N. Tait ; Secretary and Treasurer, F. E. Scott, 27 Bank street. 


J Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Company.— Office, 5 Shore terrace, 

[. j)undee. James W. Kidd, Manager. 

'' ! Dundee and London Trade. — Screw Steam-ships — Dundee, 1397 tons, 300 H.P., 
•W. Chapman, commander; London, 1705 tons, 460 H.P., William Lowden, 
J'lfommander ; Perth, 1692 tons, 450 H.P., Henry Rackow, commander. Agent 
'la London — James Mitchell, Dundee Wharf, Limehouse. 
I Dundee and Hull Trade. — Screw Steam-ship Hull, 725 tons, 140 horse- 
power, William Adam, commander. Agents in Hull — Jackson & Tarbolton. 
lt ; Dundee and Newcastle Steam Shipping Company, Limited.— Office, 
|| Dock street, John Plenderleath, manager. Screw Steam-ship Alderney, 
12 horse-power, Andrew Anderson, commander. Company's Office in New- 
" istle, Quayside. Representative — William Feggetter. 

j : M. Langlands & Sons, 39 Dock street. — Liverpool, Manchester, and 
JLritish Channel direct steamers — Princess Maud, Princess Victoria, Princess 
i eatrice, Princess Louise, Princess Irene, Princess Ena, Princess Olga, 
I rincess Patricia, Princess Mary, Princess Helena, Princess Sophia— call at 
Aberdeen, Stromness, Stornoway, Oban, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, 
i'I ardiff , and Swansea ; and occasionally at Plymouth, Falmouth, Penzance, 
I ;c, carrying passengers and cargo. 

#Tay Whale Fishing Company.— Robert Kinnes, Whale lane, Manager. 
il! t Private Owners — Screw Steam-ships Active, Diana, Morning, Scotia. 
I. Kinnes, Manager. 





Albany Shipping Co., Ltd., 62 Seagate. — David Scott & Son, Managers 
Directors, Wm. Gibson, Alex. Gilroy, J. Robertson (Elmslea), R. Henderson. 

Dundee Shipowning Co., Ld., 83 Com'rcialst. — W. O.Taylor & Co., Mngrj 
Directors, John Robertson, Jos. Gibson, A. Wood, Hugh Baxter. 

Dundee Loch Line Steam Shipping Company, Limited. — Andrew Leitcl 
Manager ; Simon Forrest, Secretary. Directors, Alexander Mathewson (Chan 
man), Henry M'Grady, Victor Fraenkl, George Ritchie, John Mathewson. 

Dundee Gem Line Steam Shipping Company, Limited. — Office, 39 Doc 
st., Dundee. Manager, Jas. Duncan. Directors, Jas. M'Donald (Chairman 
John Smith, James Robertson, David M'Intyre. Secretary, D. J. Browne. 

Islamount Sailing Ship Co., Ltd., 39 Dock st. — Directors, Thos. Farquhai 
son, A. B. Crichton, Alexander Duncan ; Managers, Robert Ferguson & Co 

Deanmount Sailing Ship Co., Ltd, 39 Dock st. — Directors, A. B. Crichton 
Thos. Farquharson, J. S. Lawson ; Managers, Robert Ferguson & Co. 

Edenmount Sailing Ship Co., Ltd., 39 Dock street. — Directors, "Wm 
Low, Thos. Farquharson, Alex. Duncan ; Managers, Robert Ferguson & Co. 

Ardlemount Sailing Ship Co., Ltd., 39 Dock street. — Directors, Wirj 
Low, A. B. Crichton, Thos. Farquharson ; Managers, Robert Ferguson & Ccj 

The Balaena Fishing Company, Limited, 39 Dock street. — Director! 
James Mitchell, Joseph Gibson, Charles Yule ; Secretary, John M. Mitchell 

Glenurquhart Steamship Co., Ld., 39 Dock st. — J. M. Mitchell, Manage 

Dundee Steam Trawling Co., Ltd. — Directors, Wm. Hunter (Chairman 
Wm. High, T. Devlin, jun., W. Brownlee, Charles Barrie ; Secretary, J. ft 
Hendry, 39 fttur ray gate. 

Tay Trawling Co., Ltd., 4 High st. — Directors, G. Ritchie (Chairman 
Archibald Downie, Wm. Kinnear ; Managing Director, Robt. Cook ; Audito:| 
W. L. Pattullo ; Secretary, Edward Cowan. 

Strathtay Steam Trawling Co., Ltd. — Directors, W. G. R. Ell 
(Chairman), James Carpenter, William Forwell, Thomas Mitchell ; ftlanagin 
Director, G. Shallcross, Fishmarket ; Secretary, James Grant, 25 Barrack sj 

Argus Sailing Ship Co., Ld., 1 Commercial st.— J. Smith Ritchie, Manage 

CassiusShip Co., Ltd., 1 Commercial street. — J. Smith Ritchie, ftlanage 

Dundee Fishing Co., Limited, 31 Reform street.— Directors, Sir Jam< 
Low, Wm. Low (Chairman), A. S. Cameron, Thos. Winton, And. Spreull 
Managers, Cameron & ftl'Farlane, Fishmarket; Secretary, A. S. Cameron, jui 

Dundee Sand and Lighterage Company, Limited. — Director 
William Hunter, A. B. Crichton, W. T. Rogers, J. B. Scott, James Laburn 
Manager, C. M. ftlurdoch, 46 Castle street ; Secretaries, Mackay, Irons, 
Co., 13 Albert square. 

Arrow Line. — Dundee to New York. — William Kinnear & Co., 18 Con; 
mercial street, Agents. 

Allan Line op Royal Mail Steamers, 4 India buildings (James ari 
Alex. Allan, 25 Bothwell street, Glasgow).— Weekly to United States, Canadj 
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Monte Video, and Buenos Ayre 

Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers), Limited, 25 Albert sq. — Steame 
from Glasgow to New York, Bombay, Kurrachee, Calcutta, ftlediterranear 
Houston Line — Liverpool to South African and River Plate ports. 

Antrim Line — Dundee to Belfast and Dublin. — B. L. Nairn & Co., i 
Commercial street, Agents. 

Dundee East Coast Shipping Co., Ltd., 59 Dock st.— D. & J. Nicol, Mngi 

Nicol Steamship Co., Ltd., 59 Dock street.— D. & J. Nicol, IVIanagers. 

SIercury Steamship Co., Ltd., 59 Dock street.— D. & J. Nicol, Manageijk 


Steamship Dundonian Co., Ltd., 7 Ward road. — A. Y. Laing, Manager. 
Village Steamship Co., Ltd., 70 Seagate.— R. A. & J. H. Mudie, Managers. 

j Alexander, David, & Sons, 17 King street, agent for James Currie & Co. ; 
ugust Bolten ; D. Currie & Co. ; Hamburg American Line ; Hamburg South 
.merican Steam Packet Co. 

j Allan, James and Alexander, 4 India buildings, agents for The Union and 
astle Line Royal Mail steamers — to S. and E. Africa, weekly; Hogarth's 
ine — Glasgow to Lisbon and Huelva ; Lamport & Holt and Gulf Lines — 
lasgow and Liverpool to Chili, Peru, Ecuador ; monthly steamers Glasgow 
) Australia and New Zealand. 

[ Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers, Limited), 25 Albert square — Steamers 
•om Glasgow, to New York, Bombay and Kurrachee, Calcutta, Mediter- 
imean ; Agents for Houston Line to South Africa and River Plate. 
Anderson, James A., 29 Panmure street, agent for Cunard Line — Liver - 
)ol to United States, France and Mediterranean ; Anchor Line — to United 
tates, India and Mediterranean ; Allan-State Line — to United States and 
anada ; American Line — to United States ; Canadian Pacific and Dominion 
ines — to Canada; Orient Pacific Line, New Zealand ShipjHng Co., and 
•haw, Savill, and Albion Co. — London to Australia and New Zealand ; 
:nion-Castle Line — to South Africa ; Eede Dempster — to West Indies. 
Barrie, C, & Son, 49 Meadowside, agents for City Line — Glasgow and 
iverpool to Bombay, Kurrachee, and Calcutta; Ellerman-Harrison Line — 
lasgow and Liverpool to South African ports ; Shaw, Savill, and Albion 
jo. — London to New Zealand, Tasmania, Australia; Gellatly, Hankey, 
i Co. — Antwerp to Rio de Janeiro, Monte Video, Buenos Ayres, Rosario; 
iso Birkenhead to Red Sea and Persian Gulf ; and Glasgow and Birkenhead 
i Penang, Singapore, Hong-Kong, Yokohama, Nagasaki. 
'Bruce, David, & Co., 31 Albert square, agents for Pacific Steam Navigation 
p. — Liverpool fortnightly and extra monthly services to Brazil, River Plate, 
alparaiso, and west coast of South America from Glasgow and Liverpool. 
Fleming & Haxton, 76 High street, agents for the following Lines — Cunard, 
hite Star, American, Dominion, Anchor, Allan-State, Canadian Pacific 
tlantic, Leyland. Orient, Pacific, Aberdeen, Thames & Mersey, Queensland, 
nlf, P. & O., Star, Loch, Shire, New Zealand Shipping Co., Shaw, Savill, & 
jibion Co., Houlder Brothers, Union-Castle, Pacific, Norddeutscher Lloyd. 
, Gibson, George, & Co., 17 Dock street, agents for steamers to Rotterdam, 
pnsterdam, Harlinger, Antwerp, Ghent, Dunkirk, Calais. 
Hendry, D. B., 4 India buildings. 
[Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., 2 Commercial street, agents for: — 

Lamport and Holt Lines — London, Liverpool, and Glasgow to Brazils and 
River Plate. 

Houlder and Prince Lines— London to River Plate, &c. 
| MacAndrew & Co.'s Lines — London, Liverpool, and Glasgow to Spain. 

J. Hall, jun., & Co.'s Line — London to Lisbon, Malaga, &c. 

Westcott& Laurance Line— London to Mediterranean, Danube, Black Sea. 

Johnston Line — London to Boston and Philadelphia. 

General Steam Navigation Co. — London and Hull to Bordeaux, &e. 

Neptune Line — Leith and Rotterdam to Baltimore. 

Cosmopolitan Line — Leith and Rotterdam to Philadelphia. 

Canadian Pacific Railway — London to Canada. 

Leach & Co., Ltd. — London to Ghent, &c. 

Western Assurance Company — Marine and Fire Insurance. 

innear, William, & Co., 18 Commercial street, agents for Wilson Lines— 



Hull to Boston and New York, Baltic, Continental, Mediterranean, and Eas 
Indian Ports, &c. ; "Prince" Lines — to Mediterranean, &c. ; Thomson Line- 
Tyne to Montreal, &c. ; Royal Hungarian Sea Navigation Co. ; " Adria,"Lt( 
— to Adriatic ports ; G. V. Turnbull & Co.'s Line — Leith to Spanish ports 
Manchester Lines — to River Plate. 

Langlands, M., & Sons, 39 Dock street, agents for Johnston Line to Greec* 
Danube, Black Sea, &c, and Baltimore ; Leyland & Harrison Lines to Wes 
Indies, New Orleans, Galveston, Venezuela, Colombia,- Mexico, Centr.' 
America and Pacific ports via Colon ; Pernambuco, Natal, Mexico, &c 
American Line to Philadelphia ; Larrinaga and Glynn's Lines to Cuba 
Booth's Line to Marnaham, Parnahiba, Ceara, Para, Manaos. 

Machan, W. N. , King William dock, agent for Bucknall Steamship Lines- jl 
London to South Africa ; Temperleys Carter & Darke Line — Leith to Calcutt I 
and Madras. 

Melville & Halley, 46 Bell street, agents for Atlantic Transport Line. 

Mitchell, Jas., 39 Dock st., regular line to Baltic, Mediterranean, White Sef< I 

Morison, Pollexfen, & Blair, Ltd., 84 Commercial street, agents for Roys 
Mail Steam Packet Co. — to Brazil, River Plate, Central America, West Indies 
Messageries Maritime de France — London to Marseilles and Mediterranean' | 
Donaldson Line— Glasgow to Montreal, Quebec, Halifax, Baltimore ; P. & C 
— London to Bombay; Wilsons and Furness Leyland Line— London to Boston 
agents for Dundee, Southampton, and Treport steamers. 

Morrison, W. B., 10 Panmure street, agent for White Star Line. 

Nairn, B. L., & Co., 33 Commercial street, agents for Clan Line — Glasgo 
and Liverpool to Bombay, Kurrachee, Calcutta, Madras, South Africa ; Le; 
land Line — Liverpool to New York, Boston ; Ellerman Line — Liverpool 1 
Mediterranean ; La Actividad Line — Liverpool to Spanish ports ; New Ze; 
land Shipping Company ; Antrim Line — Dundee to Belfast and Dublin. 

Nicoll, J., &Co., 70 Seagate, agents for Canadian Pacific Railway passengi 
service — Liverpool to Canada ; Cunard, &c. — to New York, Boston, &c 
Shaw, Savill, & Albion, &c. — to Capetown, Australia, and New Zealanc! 
Rennie's Aberdeen Line — to Natal and East Africa ; Bibby Line — to Burmall 
Clyde Shipping Co.'s Coasting tours ; also Mediterranean tours, &c. 

Nicoll, P. S., 65 Trades lane, agent for steamers from Granton and Grang 
mouth to Norway and Sweden, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, and Delfzyl. Regukj 
Line of Steamers between Dundee and Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Delfzyl. 

Ritchie, James Smith, 1 Commercial street. 



Alice Taylor 

Annie Walker 







Masters. Owner or Agent. 

Porteous William Kinnear & Co. 

Swadel ; Dundee Harbour Trustees 

Murray j R. Kinnes 

Anderson \ Dun.&NewcastleShip.Co. 

Bennett D. & J. Nicol 

Stephen Robert Taylor 

Dakers J. P. Bruce 

Gall Str 'thtay St'm.Trlg. Co.Ld 

M'Gregor J. P. Bruce 

Moore Robert Ferguson & Co. 

Hunter J. Smith Ritchie 

Lawson R. A. Mudie & Sons 

Turner Daniel J. M'Kinnon 

M'Govern Dundee St'mNav. Co., Ld. 

Easson Albany Shipping Co. Ltd. 

Guy John M. Mitchell 



* avaria 

•ob and Harry 
: ! arnmuir 

|>ay Dream 
■ ►efender 
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>en of Crombie 
:>en of Kelly 
j>en of Mains 
|>en of Ogil 
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I Idenmount 
j merald 
I nterprise 
j rnest William 
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life shire 
I rancis Molison 
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Owner or Agent. 



Albany Shipping Co., Ltd. 



W. N. Machan 



William Kinnear & Co. 



D. Scott & Son 



Wm. Thomson & Sons 



Dundee Gem Line 



C. Ross 



Albany Shipping Co., Ltd. 



Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd. 



Dundee St'mNav. Co.,Ld. 



J. Smith Ritchie 



William Thomson & Sons 



J. Stewart & Co. 



Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd. 



D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 



Dundee Harbour Trustees 



Robert Ferguson & Co. 





Charles Barrie & Son 



Charles Barrie & Son 



Charles Barrie & Son 



Charles Barrie & Son 



Charles Barrie & Son 



William Thomson & Sons 



Dundee Gem Line 



R. Kinnes 



D. & J. Nicol 



R. A. & J. H. Mudie 



Charles Barrie & Son 



D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 



Dundee Harbour Trustees 



Charles Barrie & Son 



A. Y. Laing 



D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 



James Mitchell 



Robert Ferguson & Co. 



Dundee Gem Line 



D. W. Foreman 


R. Kinnes 



Wm. Thomson & Sons 



Dundee Harbour Trustees 



"Mars" Tr. Ship Inst. 



William Thomson & Sons 



Dundee Gem Line 



Dundee Harbour Trustees 



D. Bruce & Co. 



W. 0. Taylor & Co. 



W. 0. Taylor & Co. 



W. 0. Taylor & Co. 



W. 0. Taylor & Co. 



Jas. Mitchell 



W. 0. Taylor & Co. 



W. 0. Taylor & Co. 



R. A. Mudie & Sons 



D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 



D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 








Owner or Agent. 




William Thomson & Sons 



J. Holden 

D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 




William Thomson & Sons 




Robert Ferguson & Co. 




William Thomson & Sons 




William Thomson & Sons 




John Couper 

Loch Etive 



D'dee Loch Line S. S. Co. 

Loch Lintrathen 



D'dee Loch Line S. S. Co. 

Loch Lomond 



D'dee Loch Line S. S. Co. 

Loch Tay 



D'dee Loch Line S. S. Co. 




D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 



Dundee St'mTwlg.Co. Ld. 




D. & J. Nicol 




D. & J. Nicol 




R. A. Mudie & Sons 




W. N. Machan 




D. & J. Nicol 




R. Kinnes 

Naworth Castle 


S pence 

J. P. Bruce 




D. W. Foreman 




D. & J. Nicol 




Dundee Gem Line 




John Wilson 




D. P. & L. Shipping Co. 




J. Stewart & Co. 




Str'htay St'mTwlg.Co.Ld. 




Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd. 

Princess Louise 


Dundee Harbour Trustees 




John Wilson 

River Indus 


Robt. Ferguson & Co. 




A. Peterson 



Dundee St'm Twig. Co. Ld. 

R. Passmore 



D. W. Foreman 




Dundee Gem Line 




Dundee Gem Line 




R. Kinnes 




Kinnear & Co. 




The Pleas. Steamboat Co. 




Robert Ritchie 




W. T. Rogers 




Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd. 




J. P. Bruce 




Daniel J. M'Kinnon 

S. W. Ashton 



D. W. Foreman 




Dundee Harbour Trustees 



M 'Muilan 

William Kinnear & Co. 




Tay Trawling Co., Ltd. 




Tay Trawling Co., Ltd. 




The Pleas. Steamboat Co. 

Thomasina Maclellan sh. 


James Nicoll & Co. 




John M. Mitchell 



Dundee St'm Twig. Co.Ld. 




D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 




James Nicoll & Co. 




Robert Ferguson & Co. 


( 135 ) 


jndee Post-Office— Post-Office Buildings, Meadowside : Branch Office 
-Dock street, Customhouse buildings. William Taylor, Postmaster. 
Jn Week Days the Office is open for Postal business (including Postal 
lirders) from 6.45 a.m. till 9 p.m. ; and for Money Order, Savings Bank, Life 
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I From of ." 

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envelopes, post-cards, or newspaper wrappers, which have not passed through 
the post, should be made at the Stamp Office. 

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my person at the Post Office Savings Banks to the extent of £50 in one year 
ending 31st December, and £200 in all, including interest. 

Any person desirous of saving one shilling by means of penny contributions, 
for deposit in the Post Office Savings Bank, may do so by purchasing with 
every penny so saved a penny Stamp, and affixing it to a form to be obtained 
at any Post Office. Instructions as to this form are printed thereon. 


Post Cards. 

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Post Cards impressed with a halfpenny stamp on each portion of them, maj 
be transmitted between places in the United Kingdom with letters printec 
or written upon the back. 

Nothing whatever may be attached,. except adhesive stamps in payment o 
additional postage or stamp duty, and a gummed label (not to exceed 2 inche: 
long and £ of an inch broad) bearing the address at which the card is to b» 
delivered ; nor may the card be folded, cut, or altered in such a way as t< 
reduce the size below 3£ by 2j; inches. 

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to its face. It must be composed of ordinary cardboard, not thicker than th< 
material used for the thickest official Post Card, and not thinner than th( 
material used for the thinnest. They may not exceed 5| by 3| inches ii 
size, or be less than 3^ by 1\ inches. The rules in the preceding paragrapl 
also apply to Private Cards. 

Nothing may be written or printed on the address-side of a Post Card (oi 

any postal packet) which, either by tending to prevent the quick reading o; 

the address, or by inconvenient proximity to the postage stamps, or in anj 

other way, is likely to embarrass the Officers of the Department. 

Inland Post Cards are sold at the following rates : — 

Stout Cards (41 in. by 3gin.) 10 for 6d, or 5s per parcel of 100. 
Thin Cards (5J in. by 3J in.) 10 for 5|d, or lis per parcel of 240. 
Reply Stout Cards 10 for Is, or 5s per parcel of 50. 
Reply Thin Cards 10 for lid, or lis per parcel of 120. 

Express Delivery op Letters and Parcels. 

There are three systems by which letters and parcels can be speciallj 
delivered, as under : — 

(1) By special messenger all the way. For a letter or packet the Express 

fee (inclusive of charges for omnibus, tramcar, railway, &c), is : — Foi 
every mile or part of a mile, 3d. (Ordinary postage is not charged). 
Every packet must be handed in over the counter, and must have the 
words " Express Delivery" boldly marked above address. 

The cost of hiring a cab or other special conveyance must be paid ir. 
addition to the ordinary Express fee if the sender desires that such a 
conveyance be used, or if, having regard to the weight and size of th( 
packet and the distance to be covered, the accepting officer considers 
that the employment of a special conveyance is necessary. 

On the delivery of an Express packet, the messenger may take a reply, 
or perform a further delivery service. The fee must be prepaid 
either by the sender of the first service or by the sender of the reply 
or further service. 

(2) By special messenger after t?-ansmission by post. In addition to the full 

ordinary postage the Express fee is : — For every mile or part of a mile 
from office of delivery, 3d. Letters may be posted like ordinary 
letters, but they must be marked " Express Delivery," and have a 
thick perpendicular line drawn on each side of the envelope. 
If the sender desires that a special conveyance be used, or if 
the distance exceeds 2 miles, and a public conveyance is not 
available, the cost of a special conveyance must be paid. But any 
Express packet, not exceeding 5 lbs., may be delivered by foot 
messenger up to a distance of 3 miles, at a fee of 3d per mile, in 
addition to the postage. 


On the delivery of a letter or parcel the messenger may take a reply or 
perform a further service if desired. 
(3) By special delivery in advance of the ordinary mail. Persons wha 
desire at any time to receive their letters or parcels in advance of the 
ordinary delivery may have them delivered by special messenger on 
payment of the following fees, viz. : — The full Express fee of 3d a 
mile as for one packet, and Id for every 10, or less number of addi- 
tional packets. 

Inland Parcel Post. 
Parcels not exceeding 11 lbs. in weight, 3 ft. 6 in. in length, or 6 ft. in length 
and girth combined, are received at any Post Office for transmission between 
places in the United Kingdom. The rates of postage are : — 

Exc. 5 lbs. and not exc. 6 lbs., 8d 

„ 6 lbs. „ 7 lbs., 9d 

7 lbs. „ 8 lbs., lOd 

Not exceeding 1 lb. in weight, 3d 

Exc. 1 lb. and not exc. 2 lbs., 4d 

„ 2 lbs. „ 3 lbs., 5d 

„ 3 lbs. „ 4 lbs., 6d 

,, 4 lbs. „ 5 lbs., 7d 

8 lbs. „ 9 lbs., lid 

9 lbs. ,, 11 lbs., Is 

Postage stamps to the required amount must be affixed by the sender, and 
parcels must not be posted in a letter-box, but must be taken into a Post Office 
and handed over the counter. A certificate of posting may be had on application. 

Parcels containing fish, game, meat, eggs, &c, or razors, scissors, needles,, 
knives, forks, or other sharp instruments, are not accepted unless securely- 
packed so as to guard against risk of injury to other parcels. Liquids or semi- 
liquids, such as jellies, pickles, paint, varnish, &c, are not accepted unless in 
bottles or cans securely stoppered ; nor powders, unless well packed. Live 
bees are allowed to pass by letter or Parcel Post, if sent in suitable cases, sc* 
packed as to avoid all risk of injury. 

Parcels addressed to a Post Office to be called for, or to a person residing 
beyond the free postal delivery, are kept three weeks. At the end of one 
week, if the parcel bears on the outside the sender's name and address, a 
notice of the fact that the parcel has not been delivered is sent to him. 

Parcels addressed to a Post Office " to be called for," are liable to a demur- 
rage charge at the rate of Id a day. No demurrage is charged on parcels ad- 
dressed to persons outside the limits of free delivery, or to persons on board ship. 

In order to facilitate the return of parcels which cannot be delivered, it is 
| most desirable that the name and address of the sender should appear on the 
outside of every parcel. 

Compensation for the Loss or Damage of Unregistered Inland Parcels. 

If a parcel is not registered, the Postmaster-General will accept liability up 
to £2, without payment of any fee beyond the postage, provided that — (1) the 
parcel is posted in the manner prescribed for the posting of parcels, and the 
postage prepaid ; (2) a certificate of posting is obtained from the officer 
receiving the parcel ; (3) the contents of the parcel are securely packed. 

No compensation (either for loss or damage) will be given in respect of a 
parcel containing (1) anything which may not be sent by Inland Parcel Post ; 
(2) money ; (3) a watch or jewellery, unless registered. 

No compensation will be given in respect of damage to a parcel containing 
f eggs, soft fruit, liquids, or any exceptionally fragile or perishable articles ; 
but, in all such cases, compensation will be given in respect of the loss of the 
parcel, or of any article contained therein. 

Inland Registration. 
The ordinary registration fee for each inland letter, parcel, or other postal 
packet, is 2d. 

The Postmaster-General will (subject to certain rules) give compensation 


up to a limit of £5 for the loss and damage of any Inland Registered Packets 
upon which this fee has been paid in addition to the postage ; and he will 
grant compensation beyond £5 and up to a limit of £120 upon prepayment of a 
fee in addition to the postage and the ordinary registration fee. The scale of 
fees and the respective limits of compensation are as follows : — 

Fee 2d, Compensation £5. 

Fee 9d, Compensation £70. 




„ lOd, 




» j 


„ lid, 






„ 1/-, 






„ 1/1, 






„ 1/2, 






Every article presented for registration must be enclosed in a strong cover, 
securely fastened with gum or other adhesive. It must be given to an Agent 
of the Post Office, and a receipt obtained for it. If an article marked 
"Registered" be dropped into a letter-box, it will be liable to a registration 
fee of 4d (less any amount prepaid for registration). 

Every article presented for registration should be marked "Registered," 
and with the amount of the fee proper to the value up to which the sender 
desires to secure compensation, thus — "Registered 2d," or "Registered 3d." 

Inland postal packets containing coin, watches, or jewellery, if posted 
without registration, are subject to compulsory registration, and are charged 
on delivery with a fee of 4d, in addition to the ordinary postage. Letters 
containing Postal Orders in which the name of the payee has not been 
inserted, uncrossed cheques, dividend warrants, bank notes, postage stamps 
to the value of more than ten shillings, will, when found open in the post, or 
when opened in the Returned Letter Office, be subject to registration, and 
be chargeable with a registration fee of 2d. Like treatment is applied to 
parcels containing articles (other than coin, watches, and jewellery) of con- 
siderable value, and to letters containing any article of a value exceeding ten 

The sender of an Inland postal packet may obtain an acknowledgment of its 
due delivery by paying, at the time of posting, a fee of 2d in addition to the 
postage and registration fee. 

The registered Parcel Post is also available for watches and jewellery. 
Money may also be sent in a registered parcel, but no compensation will be 
given in respect of the loss or damage of such parcel. 


Letters, halfpenny packets, post cards, and newspapers are not liable to addi- 
tional postage for re-direction, whether re-directed by an officer of the Pos' 
Office or by an agent of the addressee after delivery, provided in the latter cast 
that the letters, &c, are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and public 
holidays not being counted) after delivery, and that they do not appear to 
have been opened or tampered with. 

Parcels are, when re-directed, liable to additional postage at the prepaid 
rate for each re-direction, except where the original and corrected addresses 
are both within a delivery from the same Post Office. 

Registered letters, &c, when re-directed, must either have the word " regis- 
tered" erased with ink before being re-posted, or they must be taken back to 
the Post Office to be dealt with as registered. 

A Postmaster is not bound to re-direct letters for a person temporarily 
leaving home (unless the house be left uninhabited), nor to re-direct letters 
addressed to clubs, hotels, boarding-houses, or lodgings. 



Monet Orders. 

The commission on Inland Money Orders is : — For sums not exceeding 
£1— 2d ; £3— 3d ; £10— 4d ; £20— 6d ; £30— 8d ; £40— lOd. 

When applying for Money Orders, the public should use the printed " Appli- 
cation Forms," which are supplied gratuitously at all Money Order Offices. 

The applicant must furnish, in full, the surname and at least the initial of 
one Christian name, both of the remitter and the payee, together with the 
remitter's name and also (desirably) his address. 

Exceptions. — 1st. The remitter of an Inland Order may direct at the time 
of issue, that the Order be crossed like a cheque thus, & Co., and thus be 
payable only through a Bank. In that case he may give or withhold the 
name of the payee. The designation of the Bank need not be furnished. 

2d. If the remitter or payee be a peer or a bishop, his ordinary title is sufficient. 

3d. The usual designation of a firm, as well as the ordinary title of any 
company or society, is sufficient either as remitter or payee. 

If the remitter of an Inland Money Order is desirous of delaying payment 
for any period not exceeding ten days, he must, at the time of issue, sign his 
name in the place allotted at the foot of the Money Order, and should 
nform the Postmaster that he wishes payment to be so deferred. 

To guard against fraud the remitter is recommended, — 

1st. When he is well known to the payee, to sign the letter enclosing the 
Order with his initials only. 

2nd. When this is not the case, either to make the Order payable ten days- 
after date, or to register the letter enclosing it, or to make tbe Order 
payable through a bank by crossing it like an ordinary cheque. 

Money Orders for amounts not exceeding £50 are issued free of charge when 
required for the remittance of Corporation Duty, Income Tax, Inhabited 
House Duty, Land Tax, Excise Duties, or Legacy and Succession Duties. 

Money may be transmitted by Telegraph Money Order in the United King- 
dom. The commission is : — (1) The ordinary Money Order poundage as. 
above ; (2) a charge at the ordinary inland rate for the Official Telegram- 
authorizing payment at the Office qf Payment, the minimum being 6d ; and 
(3) a fee of 2d for each order. Any telegraphic communication which the 
remitter may wish to despatch to the payee must be paid for at the ordinary 
inland rate. 

Money Orders are issued in the United Kingdom on the following Foreign 
Countries, British Colonies, &c, at the rates of commission shown below : — 

Foreign Countries, &c. — Aden, Adrianople, Alexandretta, Algeria, Andaman 
Islands, Angola, Antigua, Asmara, Assab, Austria and Agencies, Azores, Baghdad,. 
Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Bassorah, Basutoland, Belgium, Beluchistan, Bengasi, 
Bermuda, Beyrout, Borneo, Bosnia, British Bechuanaland, British Central and East 
Africa, British Guiana, British Honduras, Bulgaria, Bunder Abbas, Burma, Bushire, 
Cameroons, Canada, Candia, Canea, Cape Colony, Cape Verd Islands, Caroline Islands,, 
Cayman Islands, Cesme, Ceylon, Chatham Islands, Cheren, Chile, China (British, 
German, and Japanese), Chios, Congo Free State, Constantinople, Cook Islands, Corea, 
1 Cuba, Cyprus, Danish West Indies, Dardanelles, Ded6-Agatch, Denmark (with Farce 
; Islands), Dominica, Durazzo, Dutch East Indies, Egypt, Falkland Islands, Fanning 
Island, Fiji, Finland, Formosa, France (with Algeria), Gallipoli, Gambia, German 
Empire, German East and South-West Africa, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Greece, Grenada, 
Guadur, Haifa, Heligoland, Hawaii, Herzegovina, Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, 
Iceland, India, Ineboli, Italy, Jaffa, Jamaica, Janina, Japan, Jask, Jerusalem, Haifa, 
Kavala, Kerassonde, Kiautschou, Korea, Labuan, Lagos, Levant, Linga, Liberia, 
Lorenzo Marques, Luxemburg, Maderia, Mahe Islands, Malta, Marshall Islands, Masso- 
wah, Mauritius, Mersina, Mexico, Mitylene, Mohammerah, Monaco, Montenegro, 
Montserrat, Morocco, Mozambique, Muscat, Natal, Novi Bazar, Netherlands, Nevis,. 
Newfoundland, New Guinea, New South Wales, New Zealand, Nigeria, North Borneo,. 


Norway, Orange River Colony, Panama, Penhryn Island, Persian Gulf, Peru, Pesca- 
dores, Philippines, Pondicherry, Porto Rico, Portugal and Portuguese Colonies, : 
Prevesa, Queensland, Retirao, Rhodes, Rhodesia, Rodosto, Rodrigues, Roumaniaj 
Russia, St Helena, St Kitts, St Lucia, St Thomas, St Vincent, Salonica, Salvador] 
Samoa, Samsoun, Sandwich Islands, San Giovanni di Medua, San Marino, Santi 
•Quaranta. Sarawak, Scutari, Servia, Seychelles, Siam, Sierra Leone, Singapore,! 
Smyrna, Somaliland, South Australia, Straits Settlements, Surinam. Sweden, Switzer- 1 
iand, Tangier, Tasmania, Tobago, Togo, Transvaal, Trebizond, Trinidad, Tripoli, 
Tsintau, Tunis, Turks Is., Uganda, United States, Uruguay, Valona, Vathy-Samos, 
"Victoria, Virgin Is., Western Australia, Yukon, Zanzibar, Zululand. 

Commission: — For sums not exceeding £1 — 4d; £2 — 6d ; £4 — 9d ; £6 — ls;!i \ 
£8 — Is 3d ; £10 — Is 6d ; and so on (for some countries) up to £40 — 5s 3d. 

Postal Orders. 

The following are the amounts for which Postal Orders are issued : — 

For 6d, Is, Is 6d, - - - - - poundage, £d. ' ' 

For 2s, 2s 6d, and so on, rising by 6d up to 10s 6d, - ,, Id. 

For lis, lis 6d, „ ,, ,, 21s, - „ ljd. 

Broken amounts, not being fractions of a penny, may be made up by the use 

of postage stamps not exceeding fivepence in value affixed on the face of any 

one Postal Order. Perforated stamps cannot be accepted for this purpose. 

The person to whom a Postal Order is issued must, before parting with it, 
fill in the name of the person to whom the amount is to be paid, and may fill 
in the name of the Money Order Office at which the amount is to be paid. ' 
The person so named must, before payment can be made, sign the receipt at' 
the foot of the Order, and must also fill in the name of the Money Order 
Office, if that has not been already done. 

Every person to whom a Postal Order is issued should keep a record of the 
number and cypher to facilitate enquiry if the order should be lost. 

If a Postal Order be crossed " & Co." payment will only be, 

made through a Banker, and if the name of a Banker is added, payment will 
only be made through that Banker. 

The holder of a Postal Order may, in writing, on the face thereof, direct 
-that payment be deferred for any period not exceeding 10 days ; but in such 
case the name of some Money Order Office at which the Order shall be paid 
must be inserted in the body. 

British Postal Orders are also issued and paid in the undermentioned 
British Possessions and other places abroad : — 

Antigua, Ascension, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Beyrout, British Guiana, British ! 
Honduras, Ceylon, Constantinople, Cyprus, Dominica, Egypt, Falkland Islands, Gambia, I 
Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Grenada, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Lagos, Malta, Montserrat, 
Nevis, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Panama, St Helena. St Kitts, St Lucia, St Vincent, . 
Salonica, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Smyrna, Somaliland, Straits Settlements, Tangier, ! 
Tobago, Trinidad, Turks and Caicos Islands, Virgin Islands, Zanzibar. 

Inland Revenue Stamps, &c. 
Inland Revenue Stamps of all kinds, Bill Stamps, Civil Service Fee Stamps, 
Bankruptcy Stamps, Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Stamps and Forms, i 
Dog, Gun, and Private Brewers' Licenses, may be purchased at the Post Office. 
For list of Stamp Duties see page 54. 

Foreign and Colonial Letters. 

The rate of postage to be prepaid on letters for all Foreign Countries anc 
some British Possessions is 2Jd per half ounce, but there are many British 
Possessions (see list on page 145) to which the letter rate is Id per half 

No letter for a colony or foreign country may exceed 2 feet in length or 1 j 
foot in width or depth. 


The addresses of letters for Russia should be very plainly written, and the name 
of the town and province should also be added in English, French, or German. 

Prepayment of Letters, &c. , in Money. 
Inland Letters, Post Cards, Halfpenny Packets, and Parcels, may be prepaid 
in money, provided that the amount paid be in no case less than £1, and that 
the letters and packets be tied in bundles representing a postage of 5s each, 
with the addresses all arranged in the same direction. Prepayment, how- 
ever, cannot be made partly in money and partly with stamps, and the money 
must be paid at the time the letters, &c, are handed in at the Head Post 
Office. Hours of posting under this arrangement, 10 A.M. till 4 P.M. 

Foreign and Colonial Printed Papers and Commercial Papers. 

Articles which may be sent to places abroad under these designations consist 
of two classes, as follows : — 

(a) " Commercial Papers," under which are comprised all papers or docu- 
ments written or drawn wholly or partly by hand (except letters or com 
munications in the nature of letters, or.other papers or documents having 
the character of an actual and personal correspondence), documents of 
legal procedure, Deeds drawn up by public functionaries, copies of or 
extracts from Deeds under private seal, written on stamped or 
unstamped paper, Way Bills, Bills of Lading, Invoices, and other 
documents of a mercantile character, documents of Insurance and 
other public companies, all kinds of manuscript music, the manuscript 
of books and other literary works, pupils' exercises with corrections, 
and other papers of a similar description. 

(h) " Printed Papers." The articles which may be sent at the rate applic- 
able to Printed Papers are mostly impressions or copies obtained upon 
paper, parchment or card-board, by means of printing, lithogx*aphy, 
engraving, photography, or any other mechanical process easy to recog- 
nize. This description includes newspapers, periodical works, books 
(stitched or bound), pamphlets, sheets of music, visiting cards, address 
cards, proofs of printing, plans, maps, catalogues, prospectuses, an- 
nouncements, circulars, notices, engravings, photographs, designs, 
manuscript for press (when sent with proofs of same), papers impressed 
for use of the blind, or card-board drawing models stamped in relief, 
and anything (not being of glass) usually appurtenant to any of the 
before-mentioned articles in the way of binding, mounting, or otherwise, 
and anything convenient for their safe transmission which shall be 
contained in the same packet. Postage stamps, obliterated or not, and 
all printed articles constituting the sign of a monetary value, are ex- 
cluded. The products of the copying press and the typewriter are not 
admitted, nor, as a rule, are printed papers which have been modified 
after printing, either by hand or by a mechanical process. But the 
following exceptions are allowed : — Printed circulars may be elated in 
manuscript or by a mechanical process, and the signature of the sender, 
his trade or profession, and his address may be added ; on printed 
visiting cards the address of the sender, or formulas of courtesy in no 
more than five words may be written, and on printed circulars manuscrip 
corrections and insertions may be made as to names of commercial travel- 
lers, dates of journey, dates of departure of ships, names of persons 
invited to meetings, and the place, date, and object of the meetings ; 
printers' proofs may be corrected in manuscript, errors in other printed 
documents may be corrected, and figures may be inserted in prices 
current, stock and share lists, &c. ; books, music, photos, and engravings 
may have a dedication inscribed on them, and the invoice relating to 


them may be inclosed; in orders for books printed on cards, the work' 

required or offered may be indicated in manuscript ; to cuttings frora 

periodicals, the title and date of the publication may be added ; 

Circulars printed or lithographed in characters resembling those of th 

typewriter, or produced from typewritten originals, will be admitted a I 

the Book rate, provided that they are handed in at the counter of Heat 

Post Office, that special attention is called to their nature, and that a 

least twenty copies are posted at the same time. Blank paper, note 

paper or envelopes, and articles of stationery are inadmissible. 

The rate of postage on Printed Papers and Commercial Papers for all place 

abroad is Jd per 2 oz. For Commercial Papers the lowest charge is 2|d, fo: 

which sum, however, a weight of 10 oz. may be sent. If there be any mixture o ' 

the two in the same packet the whole packet is treated as Commercial Papers 

Commercial Papers and Printed Papers may be posted either without a cove 

(in which case they must not be fastened by gum or otherwise), or in an enve 

lope left unfastened, or in a cover open at both ends. The packet may, how 

ever, be tied at the ends with string easy to unfasten. 

To secure the return of packets which cannot be delivered, the name am' 
address of the sender should be written or printed outside. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or non-Union countrie 
are 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth ; but to Foreign Countries ill 
the Postal Union the length is limited to 18 inches. If in the form of a roll th, 
limits of size in either case are 30 inches in length and 4 inches in diameter. Thi! 
limits of weight are 5 lbs. for British Colonies or Possessions, and for non 
Union countries or colonies ; and 4 lbs. for Foreign Countries in the Postal Union! 

Foreign and Colonial Samples. 

There is a Sample Post to Foreign Countries and the Colonies generally 
but it is restricted to samples of merchandise or scientific specimens. Good 
sent for sale, or in execution of an order (however small the quantity ma; 
be), or any articles sent by one private individual to another which are no 
actually samples or specimens, are not admissible. 

No article liable to Custom Duties can as a rule be sent as a sample. 

The rate of postage is Jd per 2 oz., except that the lowest charge is Id, fo 
which sum, however, a weight of 4 oz. may be sent. 

Patterns or Samples, when practicable, must be sent in covers open at th 
ends, and in such a manner as to be easy of examination. But samples o 
seeds, drugs, and such like, may be posted enclosed in boxes or bags fastene< 
in such a manner that they may be readily opened. 

There must be no writing or printing upon or in any Sample Packet fo 
non-Union countries, except the address of the person for whom it is intended 
the address of the sender, a trade mark or number, the price of the articles 
the weight or size, and the quantity to be disposed of, or such as may fo 
necessary to indicate the place of origin or the nature of the merchandise. A 
packet for a country in the Postal Union may contain Printed Papers, and if th< 
rates for Commercial Papers be paid, it may also contain Commercial Papers 

Liquids, glass, greasy substances, colouring powders, and live bees may b< 
sent only to some foreign countries when they conform to special conditions 
as to packing, &c. 

The limit of weight for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Unior 
countries is 5 lbs., but for Foreign Countries in Postal Union the limit is 12 oz, 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union coun 
tries is 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth ; and for foreign places it 
the Postal Union 12 inches in length, 8 inches in width, or 4 inches in depth ; 
unless it be in the form of a roll, in which case the limit of size is 12 inches 
in length and 6 inches in diameter. 




Rates of Postage. 


» Jk* . 

For News- 


CD . 


cs a> 



c3 -P 

papers or 




'3 00 

- - 






3 A 

S- O 

O Qj 


Papers, per 
2 oz. 





The following British Possessions : — Aden, 

'Ascension, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermu- 

i das, British Central Africa, Br. E. Africa, 



Br. Guiana, Br. Honduras, Br. N. Borneo, 



i Canada, Cape Colony, Cayman Islands, 

i Ceylon, China (British P.O.'s), Cyprus, 

Falkland Is., Fanning Is., Fiji, Gam- 



| bia, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Hong Kong, 



India, Jamaica, Johore, Labuan, Lagos, 




Leeward Islands, Malay States, Malta, 


1 Mauritius, Natal, Newfoundland, Nigeria, 




New Zealand, Orange River Colony, St 


; Helena, Sarawak, Seychelles, Sierra 

CD r-( 

Leone, Somaliland, Straits Settlements, 



'' Tobago, Transvaal, Trinidad, Turks Is., 

u T" 

3 » 

Uganda, Windward Is., and Zanzibar. . . . 






ft be 


ir s- 

Ml other places in the Postal Union (for 


T3o •« ° 

; list, see page 149), 






Countries and Colonies not in the Postal 



| Union, viz. : — 





















China (except British P.O.'s) 









1 Friendly Islands 














Gilbert Islands 

i Morocco 






Registration and Insurance op Foreign Letters, &o. 
! , The fee for registration of letters, post cards, commercial and printed 
1 oapers, and samples, addressed to places abroad, is 2d. Articles to be 
'! Registered must be enclosed in a strong envelope, and given to an agent of 
j he Post Office. To some countries it is forbidden to send coin, jewellery, 
ir precious articles. 

I Letters may be insured to many foreign countries. Such letters must be 
u ecurely fastened and sealed with private seal, and presented at the counter 
|f a Post Office. The sums payable for insurance, including registration, are 
D! 'S follows : — To secure compensation up to £12, a fee of 5d ; £24, 7jd ; and 
B on at the rate of 2Jd for every additional £12, up to £120, 2s 3^d. 

, ; Government Insurances and Annuities. 

ujj! Insurances may be effected for amounts not less than £5 and not more than 
i)|l00 to persons between 14 and 65 years of age ; and Annuities may be 
t;i'urcliased for amounts not less than £1 and not more than £100 on one life. 
if; Children between 8 and 14 years of age can be insured for £5. Forms of 
'jroposals may be obtained at the Post Office. 




Letters not specially directed by a particular route are, as a rule, forwarded by the : 
first mail despatched. 

Abbreviations. — alt. alternate; ea. mo. each month; ev. every; E. evening, or the 
6.30p.m. Mail; M. morning, or the 3 p.m. Mail; Mon. Monday; Tu. Tuesday; Wed.; 
Wednesday; Th. Thur. Thursday; Fri. Friday; Sat. Saturday. 


Aden, via Brindisi 

,, by German Packet 
Africa (West Coast) 

by Fr. Pkt. 
,, (Portuguese Possessions) 




Argentine Republic v. S'mptn 
„ by French Packet 
„ via Liverpool 








Bermuda, via New York 


Bolivia, via Liverpool 
„ via Southampton 
„ by French Packet 
Borneo, via Brindisi & Fr. Pkt. 
Brazil, via Southampton 
„ via Liverpool ... 
„ by French Packet 
British C. Africa, v. Italy 

„ v. Cape Town 

British Columbia 
British E. Africa, v. Brindisi 

„ v. Naples 

British Guiana, by B. Packet 
,, by French Packet 




Canada, by Canadian Packet 

„ via U.S., by Brit. Pkt. 

„ „ by German Pkt. 

„ „ byAm'ic'n Pkt. 

Canary Islands, via Liverpool 

,, via Southampton 

,, by French Pkt. 

Cape Colony 

Ceylon, via Brindisi ... 
,, by French Packet 
,, by German Packet 
Chili, via Liverpool ... 
„ via Southampton 
,, by French Packet 


Despatched from 

E, every Thursday 

M, June 5, 9, 19, 23, 25 
E, every Monday and Thursday 
E, 2nd, 12th, and 17th ea. mo. 
M, 3rd and 18th ea. mo. 

Same as France 

M, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 

Same as Egypt 

M, 1st June and ev. alt. Thurs. 
M, 7th June and ev. alt. Wed. 
E, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 
M, 2nd June and ev. 4th Fri. 
See the several Colonies under 

Thrice daily 

E, ev. Tuesday and Friday ... 
M, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 

E, every Friday 

Thrice daily 

E, every Friday 

Same as Egypt 

E, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 
M, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 
E, 6th and 23rd each month 

Same as China 

M, 1st June and ev. alt. Thur. 
E, 6th June andev. alt. Tues. 
M, 7th June and ev. alt. Wed. 
M, 9th June and ev. alt. Fri. 

E, every Friday 

Same as Canada 

E, 8th June and ev. 4th Thurs. 
M, 9th June and ev. 4th Fri. 
M, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 

E, 6th each month 

Twice daily 

E, every Thursday 

E, 1st June and ev. alt. Thurs. 

E, every Wednesday 

E, ev. Tuesday and Friday ... 
Same as United States 

M, every Friday 

E, every Monday 

M, every Friday 

E, 2nd and 17th each month 

E, every Friday 

E, every Thursday 

E, 9th June and ev. alt. Fri. 

M, June 5, 19, 25 

E, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 
M, 6th June and ev. alt. Tues. 
E, 6th and 23rd each month .. 

Due at 

Every Monday 

Every Sat. and Thur. 
14th and 27th ea. mo. 
10th and 28th ea. mo. 
Same as France 
15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 
Same as Egypt 
12th June and ev. alt. Mon. 
19th June and ev. alt. Mon. 
19th Juneand ev.alt. Mon. 
17th Juneandev. 4th Sat. 
respective headings 
Thrice daily 

15thJuneandev.alt.Thur. I 
Every Monday 
Thrice daily 

Every Wed., Thur., Fri. 

15th June and ev. alt. Thur. 


Every Monday 

12th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

19th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

Same as Canada 

5th June and ev. 4th Mon. 

5th June and ev. 4th Mon. , 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

26th each month 


Same as India , . 

10th Juneandev. alt. Sat. j* 

Every Wednesday 


Every Monday and Thur. 

Same as United States 

Every Monday 

Every Saturday 


14th and 27th each month 

Every Monday 

5th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

15th Juneand ev.alt. Thur. 

June 12, 13, 26 

1 5th Juneand ev.alt. Thur. 





Chili, via U.S., by Brit. Pkt. 
„ by American Packet 
China, via Brindisi 

„ by French Packet 

,, . by German Packet ... 
Colombia, via Southampton ... 
,, by French Packet... 
Congo, via Lisbon 

,, via Liverpool 

„ via Antwerp 


Cuba, via United States 
„ by French Packet 
Cyprus, via Constantinople ... 

,, via Brindisi 


Ecuador, via Southampton 

,, by French Packet 
Egypt, via Marseilles 

,, by British Packet 

,, byAustiianPacket 

„ by Italian Packet 
Fiji Islands, via San Francisco 

,, via Italy 




Greece, via Italy 

Grenada, via Southampton ... 

via U.S 

Guadaloupe, via Southampton 

„ by French Packet 

Hawaiian Islands 

Hayti, via Southampton 
,, by French Packet 


Honduras (British) 

„ (Republic) 


1 „ (French Settlt. by Fr. Pkt.) 

Ionian Islands 


Jamaica, via Southampton ... 

,, via Bristol 


Java, via Brindisi & Frh. Pkt. 



Madeira, by Cape Packet ... 

,, by W. African Pkt. 


Mauritius, via Marseilles 

,, via Ceylon 
Mexico, via Panama 

„ by French Packet ... 

„ via U.S. by Brit. Pkt. 



N.S.Wales, via Brindisi 

„ via San Francisco 


Despatched from 

E, Tuesday and Friday 
Same as United States 
E, 1st June and ev. alt. Thur. 
E, 8th June and ev. alt. Thur. 
M, 5th June and ev. alt. Mon. 
M, 6th June & ev. alt. Tuesday 
E, 6th and 23rd each month.. 
M, 3rd and 18th each month 
E, 15th June and ev.4th Thur 
M, 13th June and ev. 3rd Tues. 

Twice daily 

E, every Tuesday and Friday 

E, 18th each month 

M, 10th June and ev. alt. Sat 

E, every Thursday 

Twice daily 

M, 6th June & ev. alt. Tues. 
E, 6th and 23rd each month 

M, every Tuesday 

E, every Thursday 

E, every Monday 

M, every Saturday 

E, 16th June & ev. 3rd Friday 
E, 15th June and ev. 4th Thur. 

Thrice daily 

Thrice daily 

M, daily 

M, Sat., Mon., Wed. ; E, Thur. 
M, 6th June & ev. altTuesday 
E, every Tuesday and Friday 
M, 6th June &ev. alt. Tuesday 
E, 6th and 23rd each month 
E, Tuesday and Friday 
E, every Tuesday and Friday 

E, 16th each month 

Twice daily 

E, every Tuesday and Friday 
M, 6th June & ev. alt. Tuesday 

E, every Thursday 

Same as China 

M, Sat., Mon., Wed.; E, Thur. 

Thrice daily 

M, 6th June& ev. alt.Tuesday 
E, 1st June and ev. alt. Thur. 

Same as China 

Same as China 

Same as Egypt 

E, 7th and 22nd each month... 

E, every Friday 

E, 13th June &ev. alt. Tues ... 

M, daily 

E, 7th and 22nd each month... 
E, loth June & ev. 4th Thur. 
M, 6th June & ev. alt. Tuesday 

E, 18th each month 

E, ev. Tuesday and Friday ... 

Twice daily 

E, every Friday 

E, 1st June and ev. alt. Thur. 
E, 16th June & ev. 3rd Friday 

Due at 



5th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

15th Juneand ev.alt. Thur. 

18th and 26th ea. month 

10th and 25th each month 

10th June and ev.4th Sat. 




3rd each month 


Twice daily 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 


Same as India 

Every Friday 

Every Thursday 

] 2th June & ev. 3rd Mon. 

Same as New South Wales 

Thrice daily 

Thrice daily 


Every Monday and Thur. 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

15th Juneand ev.alt. Thur. 

18th & 26th each month 



6th each month 

Twice daily 

Every Monday 


Every Monday 

Same as China 

Ev. Monday and Thursday 

Thrice daily 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

22nd June <fc ev. alt. Thur. 

Same as China 

Same as China 

Same as Egypt 

17th and 27th each month 

Every Monday 

3rd June and ev. alt. Sat. 

Daily, except Friday 

17th and 27th each month 

5th June and ev. 4th Mon. 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

3rd each month 

Ev. Monday and Thursday 


Every Monday 

5th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

12th June & ev. 3rd Mon. 




N.S.Wales, by French Packet 
,, via Vancouver 

,, by German Packet 

New Zealand 




Panama, via Southampton ... 
„ by French Packet ... 

Persia, via Russia 




Porto Rico, via Southampton 
„ by French Packet 

,, via Spain ... 

Portugal and Azores ... 





St Croix 

St Domingo,) v. Southampton 

St Thomas, ) by French Pkt. 

St Helena 

St Lucia, St Kitts, by Brit. Pkt. 
„ by French Packet ... 

Smyrna, via Constantinople... 

South Australia 


Surinam, via Southampton ... 
„ by French Packet ... 



Syria (Beyrout and Palestine) 




Trinidad, v.So'ampton&Fr.Pkt. 


Turkey, See Beyrout, 

United States, by British Pkt. 
„ by German ,, 

,, by American ,, 

Uruguay, via Southampton ... 
„ via Liverpool 
,, by French Packet 

Venezuela, via Southampton 
„ by French Packet 

Victoria, via Brindisi 

,, via Vancouver 
,, via San Francisco ... 
,, by German Packet... 
,, by French Packet ... 

West'nAustralia, v. Brindisi, ) 
French Pkt., German Pkt.) 

Zanzibar, via Brindisi 

„ by French Packet 
,, by German Packet 



Despatched from 

M, 9th June and ev. 4th Fri. 
E, 6th June and ev. 4th Tues. 
M, 24th June and ev. 4th Sat. 

Same as N. S. Wales 

M, 6th June <feev. alt. Tuesday 

E, every Thursday 

Twice daily 

M, 6th June <fc ev. alt.Tuesday 
E, 6th and 23d each month ... 

Twice daily 

See Chili , 

Same as China , 

Twice daily 

M, 6th June & ev. alt.Tuesday 

E, 16th each month 

M, 5th, 21st, 25th each month 

M, Daily 

See New South Wales 

E, every Friday 

Twice daily 

Twice daily 

M, 6th June & ev. alt. Tuesday 
M, 6th June &ev. alt.Tuesday 

E, 16th each month 

M, 2nd June and ev. 4th Fri. 
M, 6th June & ev. alt.Tuesday 

E, 6th each month 


See Victoria 

Twice daily 

M, 6th June& ev. alt. Tuesday 

E, 6th each month 

Twice daily 

Thrice daily 

Same as Egypt 

Every morning 

See Victoria 

E, every Friday 

Same as Panama 

Twice daily 

Constantinople, Smyrna, &c. 
E, ev. Tuesday and Friday 
M, June8, 10, 13, 15, 20,22,24,27 

M, every Friday 

M, 1st June & every alt. Thur. 
E, 6th June & every alt. Tues. 
M, 7th June and ev. alt. Wed. 
M, 6th June & ev. alt. Tuesday 
E, 6th and 23d each month ... 
E, 1st June and ev. alt. Thur. 
E, 6th June & every 4th Tues. 
E, 16th June & every 3rd Fri. 
M, 24th June & every 4th Sat. 
E, 9th June & ev. 4th Friday 

Same as Victoria 

E, 8th June & every 4th Thur. 

E, 7th each month 

M, 9th June and ev. alt. Fri. 
E, every Friday 

Due at 

1st June & ev. 4th Thur. 
22nd June &ev. 4th Thur. 

Same as N. S. Wales 


Every Saturday 


15th June & ev. alt. Thur. 

18th and 26th each month 


Same as Chili 

Same as China 



6th each month 


Every Monday 



15th June and ev. alLThur. 

15thJuneandev.alt. Thur. 

6th each month 

17th June and ev. 4th Sat. 

15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

26th each month 

Every Mon., Tues., Fri. 


15th June and ev.alt. Thur. 

26th each month 


Thrice daily 

Same as Egypt 

Daily except Friday 

Every Monday 
Same as Panama 
Monday, Tuesday, Friday 

Every Mon. and Thur. 

Every Monday 

12th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

19th June and ev.alt. Mon. 

19th Juneand ev. alt. Mon. 


18th and 26th each month 

5th June and ev. alt. Mon. 

22nd June & ev.4th Thur. 

12th June and ev. 3rd Mon. 

1st June and ev. 4th Thur. 

Same as Victoria 

5th June and ev. 4th Mon. 
17th each month 

Every Monday 



List of Countries which, in addition to the United Kingdom, are comprised in the 

Postal Union. 



Argentine Republic. 






Bechuanaland Protectorate. 







British East Africa. 

British Guiana. 

British Honduras. 

British New Guinea. 

British North Borneo. 



Canada (Dominion of). 

Cape Colony (Basutoland, 
British Bechuanaland, 
Pondoland, Griqualand, 
Namaqualand, St John's 
Riv. Terr., Transkei, Tem- 
buland, Walfisch Bay). 

Cayman Islands. 



Colombia (Republic of). 

Congo,including BlackPoint, 
Majumba, and Nyanza. 


Costa Rica. 




Danish Colonies, viz. : — 
Greenland, St Croix, St 
John, and St Thomas. 

Denmark (including Faroe 
Islands and Iceland). 


Dominican Republic. 




Falkland Islands. 

Fanning Island. 

Fiji Islands. 

France and Algeria. 

French Colonies, viz. : — 
Martinique, Guadeloupe 
and dependencies, French 
Guiana (Cayenne), Senegal 
Ahgwey, Gaboon, Grand 
Bassam, Half Jack, and 
Wydah (Sette Cama, 
Assinie), Reunion, Comoro 
islands, Mayotte and de- 

pendencies, Madagascar, 
New Caledonia and de- 
pendencies, the French 
portion of the Low Archi- 
pelago, and the French 
Establishments in India 
(Pondich£ry, Chanderna- 
gor, Karikal, Mahe\ and 
Yanoan), Annan, Cam- 
bodia, Tonkin, and in 
Cochin China, French Es- 
tablishments in Morocco, 
and Society Is. 


Germany and Colonies — 
Caroline Is., Marian Is. 
(except Guam), Pelao Is., 
Marshall Islands, New 
Guinea (portion of), Samoa 
Togo Territory, and terri- 
tory in South West Africa, 
Bagamoyo, Dar-es-Salaam, 
Lindi, Tanga, German 
Establishments inMorocco. 

Gibraltar (including the Bri- 
tish Post Offices at Tangier, 
Tetuan, Fez, Laraiche, 
Rabat, Casablanca, Saffi, 
Mazagan and Mogador). 

Gold Coast. 


Grenada, Grenadines. 




Holland, Netherlands. 

Honduras (Republic of). 

Hong Kong. 


Italy and Tripoli. 









Marquesas Islands. 

Mauritius and dependencies. 




Natal and Zululand. 

Netherlands Colonies, viz. : — 
Dutch Guiana, Curacoa 
and dependencies, viz 
Bonaire, Aruba, portion of 
St Martin, St Eustache, 
Saba, Java, Madura, Sum- 

Moluccas, and N.W. New 



New South Wales. 

New Zealand. 



Orange River Colony. 







Portuguese Colonies, viz. : — 
Goa, Macao, Timor, Cape 
Verd Is., Cabenda, Mu- 
culla, Mussera, St Thomas 
and Prince Is. with Ajuda, 
Angola, Delagoa Bay, 

atra, Celebes, Borneo (ex 

cept N.W. part), Billiton, Western Australia 

Banca, Riouw, Sunda Is., 'Zanzibar. 


Rhodesia (Southern). 



St Helena. 

St Kitts, St Lucia. 

St Pierre-et-Miquelon. 

St Vincent, West Indies. 






Sierra Leone. 


South Australia. 

Southern Nigeria. 

Spain (including Balearic 

and Canary Islands). 
Spanish Colonies, viz. : — 

Fernando Po, Annobon, 

and in Morocco. 
Straits Settlements. 
Turks Islands. 
United States and Colonies — 

Hawaiian Is., Porto Rico, 

Philippine Is., Guam. 
Virgin Islands. 


Foreign and Colonial Post Cards. 

Single and Reply Official Post Cards are transmissible to all parts of the 
world — Single Cards, Id each ; Reply Cards, 2d each. (Inland Post Cards are 
transmissible abroad if the additional postage required is supplied by postage 
stamps being affixed. ) Engravings or advertisements may appear on the front 
of a Post Card, if they do not interfere with the clear indication of the 
address, in addition to the name and address of the recipient in writing or on 
a gummed label not exceeding in size 2 inches by f in., and the name and 
address of the sender indicated in writing, or by means of a stamp, or any 
typographical process. 

Private Post Cards bearing adhesive stamps of the value of one penny, and 
private reply cards with adhesive stamps of the value of one penny on each 
half, may be sent as post cards to places abroad, provided that they are in 
conformity with the official post cards. They must be of the same size and 
substance as the official cards, and must have the words "Post Card" printed 
or written on the address side. The reply halves of private double cards 
must bear the words "Post Card — Great Britain and Ireland" and "Reply." 
Plain cards without any inscription cannot be sent abroad as Post Cards. 

Foreign and Colonial Parcel Post, 
general regulations. 
Dimensions. — The dimensions allowed are : — 

For Finland, Madeira, Portugal (direct), Portuguese East Africa, Turkey; 

(Ottoman P.O.'s) — 2 feet in any direction. 

Parcels which somewhat exceed 2 ft. in length are accepted for transmission! 

to Azores (via Lisbon), Bulgaria, Caroline Islands, Corsica, France, Italy,! 

Luxemburg, Montenegro, Norway, Persia, Russia-in-Europe, Samoa (via\ 

Hamburg), provided that their other dimensions are inconsiderable. 

For Argentine Republic, Bolivia, Brazil, Cape Verd Islands, Chili, Congo i 

Free State, Crete, Dahomey, Dutch Guiana and East and West Indies, j 

Erithrea, French Congo, French Guiana, French Guinea, French Somali; 

Coast, Greece, Guadeloupe, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Malta (via France),' 1 

Mexico, Miquelon, New Caledonia, Paraguay, Portugal (via France),; 

Portuguese Timor and West Africa, Reunion, Senegal, Tahiti, Tripoli' 

(Africa), Tunis, Turkey (Austrian and French Agencies), Uruguay — 

greatest length, 2 ft. ; greatest length and girth combined, 4 ft. Parcels 

slightly exceeding 2 feet in length are admitted (if their other dimensions' 

are small) to Algeria, Azores (via France), Comoro Islands, Eeuador, 

French Indo-China, German South-west Africa, Peru, Spain, Venezuela.: 

For Canada — Greatest length, 2 ft. 6 in. ; length and girth combined, 6 ft. j 

For Japan — Greatest length, 2 ft. ; greatest length and girth combined, 6 ft. j 

For places named in the Table of Parcel Postage — other than those 

detailed above — same as for Inland Parcel Post. 
The postage must in all cases be paid in advance, by means of postage stamps | 
affixed by the sender. Each parcel must be plainly directed, and should 
bear the words "Parcel Post" in the upper left-hand corner, and the name 
and address of the sender. The date of posting should also be added. 
A parcel must not be posted in a letter box, but, as in the case of the Inland 
Parcel Post, must be taken into a Post Office and presented at the counter. 

Parcels will be liable to Customs duties and regulations, and the sender of j 
each parcel will be required to make a Customs declaration furnishing — upon 
a special form provided for the purpose, which can be obtained at any Post 


Office — an accurate statement of the contents and value, the date of posting, 
and other particulars. Arrangements have been made with many Foreign 
Countries whereby senders may take upon themselves the payment of the 
Customs charges if they so desire. 

Parcels for His Majesty's ships cannot, as a rule, be accepted for trans- 
mission unless the name of the particular place, to which in each case the 
parcel is to be forwarded, forms part of the address. 

No letter whatever may be sent in a parcel addressed to any Foreign 
Country, or to Australia, British Central Africa, Canada, Cape Colony, Natal, 
South Africa, Fiji, Jamaica, Mauritius, New Zealand, Rhodesia, Seychelles, 
Straits Settlements, and Trinidad. Invoices in open envelopes, giving par- 
ticulars of the goods contained in the parcel may, however, be enclosed. _ 

Parcels containing coin, watches, jewellery, or any article of gold or silver, 
cannot be sent by Parcel Post to any Foreign Country or British Possession in- 
cluded in the insurance system, unless they are insured for at least part of 
their value, and packed according to special regulations. 

Parcels should be securely packed, and must, if for Foreign Countries, be so 
sealed that they cannot be opened without the seals being broken. 

Compensation for Loss or Damage. 

The Postmaster-General will, subject to certain rules, give compensation for 
the loss or damage of uninsured parcels sent by Parcel Post to various Foreign 
Countries (to amounts not exceeding 12s and 20s) when such loss or damage 
takes place while the parcels are under his custody ; and in the case of parcels 
lost or damaged while under the control of the Post Offices of these countries, 
the Postmaster- General will endeavour to obtain compensation for the senders. 
Insurance of Foreign and Colonial Parcels. 

Parcels for the following countries are accepted for Insurance (to amounts 
varying from £12 to £120) at the following rates : — To secure compensation up 
to £12, a fee of 5d ; £24— 7jd ; £36— lOd ; £48— Is 0£d ; and so on at the 
rate of 2Jrd for every additional £12, up to £120 — 2s 3jd. 

Foreign Countries. — Aden, Algeria, Ascension, Australia, Austria, Azores, Bahamas, 
Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Bosnia-Herzegovina, British Central and East Africa, 
British Guiana, British North Borneo, Cameroons, Cape Verd Islands, Ceylon, Chili, 
China, Comoro Islands, Corsica, Crete, Cyprus, Danish West Indies, Denmark, Dutch 
Guiana, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, Erithrea, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Finland, 
France, French Guiana, French Indo-China, French Somali Coast, Gambia, Germany, 
Gibraltar, Gold Coast Colony, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Holland, Hong-Kong, Hungary, 
Iceland, India, Italy, Labuan, Lagos, Leeward Islands, Liberia, Luxemburg, Macao, 
Madagascar, Madeira, Malta, Mauritius, Montenegro, New Caledonia, Newfoundland, 
New Zealand, Nigeria (Southern), Norway, Persia, Portugal, Portuguese East and 
West Africa, Portuguese India, Reunion, Roumania, Russia-in-Europe, St Helena, 
St Lucia, St Vincent, Sarawak, Senegal, Servia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Straits 
Settlements, Sweden, Switzerland, Tobago, Trinidad, Tripoli, Tunis, Turkey, Zanzibar. 
(For United States the rate is 6d for every £12 in value.) 

Insured parcels must be substantially packed, and sealed with wax or lead. 
Seals must be placed over each join or loose flap of the covering, and at the ends of 
the string. The seals must all have distinct impressions of the same device, such 
device not consisting merely of straight or curved lines. Parcels containing coin, 
watches, or jewellery must be enclosed in strong boxes substantially fastened. 



Table of Parcel Postage, &c. 

Abbreviations: — Exc. exceeding; ea. each; addl. additional; ev. every 
alt. alternate; even, evening; morn, morning. 

Colony or Country. 

Aden (P. & 0. Line)... 
„ via Italy 


Argentine Republic ... 


Australia (P.& 0. Stnirs. ) 

,, via Italy 

Austria, via Hamburg 
,, via Ostend ... 

Azores,by Sea toLisbon 
,, via France ... 






Bosnia, via Hamburg 
,, via Ostend 


British Central Africa 
British East Africa ... 

British Guiana 

British Honduras 

British North Borneo 

Bulgaria, via Ostend 
„ vi'aHamburg 



Cape Colony 

Cape Verd Islands ... 
Caroline Islands 
Ceylon (P. &O.Stmrs.) 
,, via Italy 

Chili via France 

Rates of Postage. 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/2, 11 lbs. 2/7 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/4, 7 lbs. 3/7, 11 lbs. 4/10 

Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exceeding 1 lb 1 

For ea. lb. addl., up to 11 lbs. 6 

Not exceeding 1 lb 2 

For ea. lb. addl., up to 11 lbs. 6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 2/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1 /9, 7 lbs. 2/3, 11 lbs. 2/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 71bs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 2/6 
Not exceeding 6J lbs. ... 2 6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Notexc.3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/3, 7 lbs. 1/8, 11 lbs. 2/2J 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/ 
Not exc. 7 lbs. 3 6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/3, 1 1 lbs. 2/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/6, 6J lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-,ll lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1 /-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 1 1 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/6, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 

Not exceeding 1 lb 8 

For ea. lb. addl., up to 11 lbs. 6 
Per pound, up to 11 lbs. ... 9 
Not ex. 3 lbs. 2/6, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/0 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/10, 7 lbs. 4/3, 11 lbs. 4/8 

Outward Parcel 

Mail3 made up in 


Ev. Tues, morn. ! 

Ev. Tues. morn. 


June 1 and ev. 

alt. Thur. morn. , 
June 2 & ev. 4th j 

Fri. morning 
June 7 & ev. alt. 

Wed. morning ! 
June 13 & every! 

alt. Tues. morn. I 
Four times a w'k j 
Twice daily 

June 9 & ev. alt. 

June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morning 
Twice daily 
Ev. Friday morn. 
June 7 and ev. 

alt. Wed. morn. 
Four times w'kly. 
Twice daily 

June 27 and ev. 

4th Tues. morn. 
June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morning 
June 28 & every 

4th Wed. morn. 
June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morning 
Twice daily 
Four times w'kly. 
8th each month 
Ev. Wed. morn. 

Ev. Fri. morn. 

June 13 and ev. 
alt. Tues. mom. 






Colony or Country. 

Rates of Postage. 

Outward Parcel 

Mails made up in 




,, via Italy 

,, (German) 

Comoro Islands 

Costa Kica 

Crete ... 



Danish West Indies 

Denmark (D'nsh Pkt.) 

„ via Ostend 

Dutch East Indies .. 

Dutch Guiana 

Dutch West Indies ... 


,, via Italy 
Falkland Islands 

Farce Islands ... 

Finland, via Germany 
„ via Sweden 


French Congo 
French Guiana 
French Guinea 
French Indo-China ... 

French Somali Coast 

German East Africa 
German S.W. Africa 
Germany, by Sea direct 

s. d 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Notexc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/ -, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/6, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/2, 11 lbs. 2/7 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/4, 7 lbs. 3/10, 11 lbs. 5/6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1 /-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Notexc.31bs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs.4/- 

Notexc.31bs.l/9,71bs.2/3,lllbs. 2 9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/6, 7 lbs: 4/-, 11 lbs. 4/6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 4/6, 7 lbs. 5/-, 11 lbs. 5/6 
Notexc.31bs.l/-,7lbs. 2/-,ll lbs. 3 
Notexc.31bs.2/-,71bs.3/-,lllbs. 4 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1 /-, 7 lbs. 1/6, 11 lbs. 2/- 
Not exceeding 1 lb. ... ... 1 

For ea. lb addl., up to 11 lbs. 8 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs, 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/4, 7 lbs. 1/9, 11 lbs. 2/2 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 4/-, 7 lbs. 4/6, 11 lbs. 5/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 31bs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-. 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs,4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 1/6, 11 lbs. 2/- 

June 7 and ev. 

alt. Wed. morn. 

June 6 and ev. 

alt.Tues. morn. 
June 13 & ev. alt. 

Tuesday morn. 

June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morn. 
7th each month 
June 14 and ev. 

third Tuesday 
June 6 and ev. 

alt. Tues. mor. 

Ev. Tues. morn. 
3, 13&18ea. mo. 
June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morn. 
Twice daily. 
June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morn. 
June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morn. 
June 7 & ev. alt. 

Mon. morn. 

Ev. Tues. morn. 

June 7 and ev. 
4th Wed. morn. 

June 7 & ev. alt. 

Wed. morn. 
Same as Russia 
Ev. Tues. morn., 

Wed. &Th. even. 
Twice daily 
13th each month 
7th each month 
3,13& 18 ea. mo. 
June 9 and every 

alt. Fri. morn. 
8 & 23 each mo. 
June 13 and ev. 

alt. Tuesday 

11 & 28 each mo. 
Four times w'kly 



Colony or Country. 

Germany, via Ostend 


Gold Coast Colony ... 
Greece, via Brindisi ... 





Hong Kong (P. & O. 
,, via Italy 

Hungary, &v*a Hamburg 

,, via Ostend 

India (P. & O. steam.) 

„ via Italy 
Italy, via Belgium 

„ via France 
Ivory Coast ... 

Labuan (P. &0.stmrs.) 
Lagos (Africa) 
Leeward Islands 



Macao (P. & O. line) 

„ via Italy 



Malta (P.& O. steamer) 
„ via France... 

Mauritius (P. and 0. 

Mauritius, via Mar- 

Montenegro, v.Hambrg 
,, vj'a Ostend 


„ (Tangier) 

Eates of Postage. 

s. d. 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/3, 7 lbs. 1/9,11 lbs. 2/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-,ll lbs. 3/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 8/8 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 1/6, 11 lbs. 2/- 
Sot exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 7 lbs. 2/-,ll lbs. 2/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/3, 11 lbs. 2/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 1/6, 11 lbs. 2/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 2/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/10, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 5/2 

Not exc. 3 lb. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exceeding 3 lbs 1 3 

3 lbs. to 7 lbs. 1/8, 7 lbs. to 11 lbs. 2 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 4/-, 7 lbs. 4/-, 11 lbs. 5/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 1 1 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 8/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs.3/- 

Not exceeding 3 lbs 2 

3 lbs. to 7 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. to 11 lbs. 4 
Not ex. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/6, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Outward Parcel 

Mails made up in 


Twice daily 
Ev. Tues. morn. 
Ev. Thurs. even 
Three timesw'kl^ 
June 6 and ever 
alt. Tues. morn 
7 & 24 ea. montl 
tfeeBrit. Hond'a 
Twice daily. 
See Brit. Hond'a 
June 6 & ev. alt 

Tues. morn. 
June 13 & ev.alt 
Tuesday morn 
Four times w'kl 
Twice dailj 




Ev. Tues. morn 
Ev. Tues. morn. 
Twice daily 
Twice daily 
3, 13, 18 each mo 
Once a week 
June 14 & ev. 3n 

Wed. mern. 
See St. Settl'm'ts 
Ev. Thur. even. 
June 6 &ev. alt. 

Tues. morning 
June 13 & ev. alt 

Twice daily 

June 6 and everj 

alt. Tues. morn 
June 13 & everj 

alt. Tues. morn 
8&23ea. month 
Ev. Fri. morn. 
Once a week 
Tues., Thur., Fri 

June 6 and ev 

4th Tues. morn 
June 12 and ev 

4th Mon. morn 
Ev. Wed. morn. 
Ev. Wed. morn. 

Twice daily 
Once a week 
Ev. Tues. morn. 



Colony or Country. 


iNew Caledonia 


jNew Guinea (German' 

iNew Hebrides 

'New Zealand 

Rates of Postage. 




Orange River Colony 



Persia (dir. to Bombay) 
,, via Italy 
„ via Hamburg 
,, via Ostend 


ortugal (direct) 

, via France, 

ortuguese E. Africa 
ortuguese India (P. 
and O. steamers) ... 
Portuguese India, via 


Portuguese Timor ... 

Portuguese VV. Africa 
i Rhodesia 

Roumania, via Ostend 

,, via Hamburg 

Russia, via Hamburg.. 

,, via Ostend 
St Helena 

St Lucia 

[St Vincent (W.Indies) 


| s Samoa, via New Zea- 
„ via Hamburg 


Servia, via Ostend ... 

,, via Hamburg... 


s. d. 

Per pound, up to 11 lbs. ... 9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 4/-,7 lbs. 4/6, 11 lbs. 5/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1 /-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 31bs.3/-, 71bs.3/6,lllbs. 4/- 

Not exceeding 1 lb 1 1 

For ea. lb. addl., up to 11 lbs. 7 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. l/-,71bs. 1/6, 11 lbs. 2/- 

Per pound, up to 11 lbs. ... 1 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/8, 7 lbs. ... 4 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 4/-, 11 lbs. 5/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/6, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 4/6, 7 lbs. 5/-, 11 lbs. 5/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 2/6 
Not exceeding 6| lbs. ... 2 6 

Not exc. 3 lbs 3/6, 7 lbs. 4/-, 11 lbs. 4/6 

Outward Parcel 

Mails made up in 


Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 4/-, 11 lbs. 5/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 4/-,7 lbs. 4/6, 11 lbs. 5/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/6,7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Per pound, uo to 11 lbs. ... 1 9 
Not exc. 3 lbs! 2/3,7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/ 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 71bs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/6, 7 lbs. 5/3, 11 lbs. 7/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Notexc.31bs.3/-,71bs.3/6,lllbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/3, 11 lbs.2/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Ev. Fri. morn. 
June 9 and every 
4th Fri. morn. 
Ev. Mon. morn. 

June 7 & ev. alt. 

Wed. morn. 
June 13 & ev. alt. 

Tuesday morn. 
Ev. Thurs. even. 
Ev. Mon., Wed., 

Thur.,Fri. even. 
Ev. Fri. morn. 
June 6 and every 
alt.Tues. morn. 
Ev. Tues. morn. 
Ev. Tues. morn. 
Four times w'kly 
Twice daily 
Once a week 
Twice daily 

Ev. Tues. morn. 

Ev. Tues. morn. 
June 6 & ev. alt 

Tuesday morn 
Thrice monthly 
6 &21 ea. month 
Ev. Fri. morn. 
Twice daily 

Twice daily 
June 2 & ev. 4th 

Fri. morning 
June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tues. morning 
Same as St Lucia 
Same as St Lucia 
Same as New 

June 6 & ev. alt. 

Tuesday morn. 
Twice daily 



Colony or Country. 

Rates of Postage. 

Outward Parcel 

Mails made up in j 


s. d. 

Siam, via Singapore ... Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
„ via Italv ...Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 4/-, 11 lbs. 5/- 

Sierra Leone Not. exc. 31bs.l/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Somaliland(P.&0.1ine) Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/. 
„ via Italy Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, lllbs. 4/- 

Spain Not exceeding 6J lbs. ... 2 

Straits Settl.(P.& Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

v£a Italy 


Switzerland, maFrance 

,, via Belgium... 






Tripoli (Africa) 


Turks Islands 

Turkey — 

Bey rout 

Constan'ple, Sm\rna 
Const'ple, Salonica, 

Austrian and French 

Ottoman P.O.'s in 
via Hamburg 
via Ostend ... 
Ottoman P.O.'s in 
via Hamburg 
via Ostend ... 
United States — 
Official Service 
Amer. Express Co. — 
New York City, 
Brooktyn, Jersey, 
Do. other places 




Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 2/6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/6, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 2/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/3, 11 lbs. 2/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 5/6, 7 lbs. 6/-, 11 lbs. 6/6 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 
Per pound, up to 11 lbs. ... 1 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/9, 7 lbs. 2/3, 11 lbs. 2/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/8, 11 lbs. 3/1 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 1/6, 11 lbs. 2y- 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/3, 7 lbs. 2/9, 11 lbs. 3/3 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 2/6, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Europe : 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/6, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 3/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/9, 7 lbs. 3/3, 11 lbs. 3/9 

Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/9, 7 lbs. 3/3, 11 lbs. 3/9 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/-, 7 lbs. 3/6, 11 lbs. 4/ 

Not exceeding 4 lbs. 6 oz. 2/- 

Not exc. 3 lbs.l/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-, 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 2/-. 7 lbs. 3/-, 11 lbs. 4/- 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 3/8, 7 lbs. 4/1, 11 lbs. 4/6 
Not exc. 3 lbs. 1/-, 7 lbs. 2/-, 11 lbs. 3/- 

See St. Settlm'ts 
See St. Settl'm'tE 

Ev. Tues. morn. 
Ev. Tues. morn 
Twice daily 
June 6 and ever; 
alt. Tues. morn 
June 13 & ev. all 
Tuesday morn. 
Tue. morn. & Wei 

& Thurs. even 
Twice daily 
Twice daily 
June 9 and e\ 

4th Friday 
June 6 & ev. all 

Tuesday more 
7,10,&23ea. mc 
Ev. Friday morr 
June 6 & ev. all 

Tues. mornin 

Four times w'kl 
June 1 & ev. alj 

Thurs. even. 

Ev. Tues. morn. 


Ev. Wed. even. 


Twice daily 

Twice dail}' 

Tue. & Fri. more 

Tue. & Fri. moms 
Tue. & Fri. morri 
Once a week 
June 27 and ev 
4th Tues. morn 




Post Office Telegraphs. — Inland Telegrams. 

i The charge for telegrams throughout the United Kingdom is 6d for the 
jirst 12 words, and -gd for every additional word. Addresses are charged for. 
The telegram forms are of two kinds, the "A 1" form, embossed with a 
jitamp, and the "A" form (given gratis), with no stamp. The "Al" forms 
nay be purchased singly. They may also be had in books of 20, interleaved, 
|ind with a sheet of carbonic paper, price 10s 2d each book. 
1 When the terminal office is a Head Post Office, the amount paid for 
jiransmission covers the cost of delivery within three miles or within the town 
postal delivery when that extends for more than three miles. But when it is 
iot a Head Post Office, the message is delivered free within three miles only. 
Che porterage on messages for places beyond the limits of the free delivery 
jyill be at the rate of 3d a mile or part of a mile, the charge being reckoned 
f'rom the office door. 

l\ Copies of a telegram directed to more than one person in the same free 
ilelivery are delivered at a charge of twopence per copy, in addition to a half- 
penny for each word in the address of the copy. 

I Persons not wishing to send to a Telegraph Office may post a telegram in an 
envelope addressed "Telegram, Immediate" in a wall or pillar-box, or Sub- 
Post Office. Telegrams so posted are sent on by next collection to the 
Telegraph Office for transmission free of extra charge, provided that the 
)roper amounts have been prepaid. 
i ! No combination of words is counted as one, with the exception of those 
» Ivhich are ordinarily written as one, or coupled by hyphens, as "mother-in- 
( :aw," "forty-seven." Certain exceptional names, such as O'Neil, MacDonald, 
pe la Rue, are charged for as single words. So, too, are names with the pre- 
fix " St," as StPancras ; but double names of persons, like Smith-Payne, are 
! iiounted as two words. 

I Abbreviations of words, "can't," "won't, "don't," are counted as single 
I )vords. 

J Figures are counted at the rate of five figures to a word. Fractions are 
! jiounted according to the number of figures employed, one figure being added 
or the mark of division. In groups of figures a stop is counted as a figure. 
{["he symbols o/o, a/c, b/1, and c/o are each counted as one word. In ordinal 
lumbers the affix st, nd, rd, or th is counted as two figures — thus " 1st " 
lounts as one word, "1432nd" as two words. When figures are preceded or 
liollowed by a letter (except in the case of ordinal numbers), the letter is 
iiounted as a word. Initial letters are each counted as one word, with the 
Exception of the initials of the London Postal Districts, which are counted as 
'ine word for each group. Names of towns and villages in the United King- 
Lorn are counted as one word each. 

I, Anyone may have an abbreviated address registered on payment of a guinea 
|l year, but the registration of abbreviated addresses is not recommended. 
1 The cost of a reply, not exceeding forty-eight words, may be prepaid, and a 
t eply form will then be delivered to the addressee, who will be at liberty to 
fend his reply, from any telegraph office, at any time within two months. 
I Telegrams can be repeated, if the sender desires it, by being signalled back 
|rom office to office. No copy is, in such case, given to the sender. The 
ulharge for repetition is one-half the ordinary tariff. Telegrams containing 
itlaercantile quotations or figures, and telegrams written in cypher, or according 
|o a preconcerted code, should always be repeated. 

Foreign Telegrams. 
r : Foreign telegrams are of two kinds, telegrams in plain language and tele- 
i rams in secret language. Those in plain language are composed of words, 




iigures, and letters conveying an intelligible meaning. Those in secre 
language are divided into : (1 ) preconcerted language or code, (2) cypher. 

Code language is composed of real words not forming comprehensible 
phrases, or of artificial words having the appearance of real words. Wordi 
•of more than ten letters are not allowed. In Code telegrams English, French I [i 
German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, and Latin, may be employed j f 
whilst artificial words must be pronounceable according to the usage of thes«' [ 

Cypher telegrams are those containing figures or letters having a secre 
meaning. It also includes groups of letters which cannot be pronouncec 
-according to the usages of the languages. Letter and figure cypher cannoi 
be combined. 

The address of the sender is charged for, if transmitted; in any cast 
it must be written at the foot of the form. 

In telegrams written in plain language the length allowed for a word is lb 
letters. Additional letters are charged for at the rate of 15 letters to the word 

Subject to the limit as to number of letters, ordinary compound words an( 
names of persons and places, &c, written without break or interruption, ar< 
•counted as single words. If joined by a hyphen, or separated by an apostrophe 
they are counted as so many separate words. 

Compound numbers written in words and without break are also counted af 
single words subject to the same limit as to the number of letters. The name o: 
the office, county, province, and country of destination in the addresses o: 
telegrams are each charged for as one word whatever their length. 

Every separate letter or figure is charged for as one word. Groups oJ 
letters in cypher and groups of figures are counted at the rate of five to a 
word. Bars of division, decimal points, and stops used in the formation oi\ 
numbers are counted as figures. Letters added to figures to form ordina 
numbers are counted as figures. 

If the sender desires to prepay a reply he must insert before the address oi 

the receiver "R P ", which is charged for as one word. A less sum than 

lOd cannot be accepted in prepayment of a reply. 

European Telegrams. — From any part of the United Kingdom. 

Algeria each word 




*Bosnia — Herzegovina 
*Bulgaria and Eastern 
Roumelia ... 

Canary Islands 

Denmark ... 
Germany ... 


Greece & Greek Islands 

Holland , 





Morocco — Tangier 
Other places . .., 




^Tripoli (Africa) 

*Turkey ... 
* Turkish Islands 
West Africa — 
French Possessions 1 5 


^Private Telegrams in Code or Cypher are not accepted for these places, nor for Dalmatia. 

Extra-European Telegrams. 


yssinia each' word 2s.9d. 

den ... '... 2 6 

.laska Territory ... 2 7 

.nnam 4 2 

argentine Republic 3 10 

ascension .. ... 2 6 

Australia 2 9 

lahamas 2 5 

iermuda 2 6 

Olivia .., ... 5 9 

!orneo(Br.) — Labuan 3 3 

Other places ... 3 5 

loukhara 1 10 

Tazil — Pernambuco 3 

I Amazon, 4s lid and 6 1 

I Other places ... 3 8 

iritish Central Africa 2 11 

;urmah 2 3 

ianada — Manitoba 1 6 
I Cape Breton, New 
I Brunswick, Nova 
I Scotia,Ontario, Prince 

Edward Is., Quebec 1 

i Brit.Columbials6dto3 1 

N.W.Territoryls6dto3 2 

l!ape Colony ... 2 6 

lapeVerd— St Vincent 2 2 

St Jago 3 1 

leylon 2 4 

hili 5 9 

hina — Macao ... 4 4 

| Other places ... 4 2 

ochin China ... 3 7 

iocos 2 6 

iWombia — 

Bonaventura ... 5 6 

j Other places ... 5 9 
ilorea — Fusan, Seoul, 

Chemulpa ... 4 10 

Other places ... 5 2 

osta Rica 4 2 

lyprus 1 5 

Mitch E. Indies — Java 3 9 

|i Other Islands ... 4 2 
ilast Africa — British 

Mombasa ... 2 6 

(Other places ... 2 10 

; German E. Africa 2 8 

i Italian East Africa 2 8 

Portuguese E. Africa 2 7 

( Zanzibar ... 2 6 

jcuador 5 9 

gypt — Alexandria 1 5 

I Souakim ... 2 

Other places — 1st Reg. 1 5 

2d Region ... 1 10 

j 3rd Region ... 2 

i'anning Island ... 2 6 

riji Islands .. 3 

Formosa 4 7 

iruam ... .. 5 

•uatemala — San Jose 3 1 

1 Other places ... 3 4 

ruiana. British ... 7 

I Dutch, French... 6 9 

Hedjaz each word 3s. 3d 

Honduras (Independ't) 3 9 

India 2 3 

Isthmus of Panama 5 

Japan 4 10 

Madagascar ... 3 2 

Madeira 1 

Malay Peninsula ... 3 3 

Mauritius 2 6 

Mexico — 

Mexico & Vera Cruz 2 

Other places, Is 6d& 2 1 

Midway Island .. 4 

Natal 2 6 

New Caledonia ... 3 5 

Newfoundland ... 1 

New Zealand ... 2 9 

Nicaragua — San Juan 3 11 

Other places ... 4 2 

Norfolk Island ... 3 

Obock— Obock ... 2 7 

Djibouti 2 9 

Orange River Colony 2 6 

Paraguay 3 10 

Perim 2 6 

Persia — Bushire ... 19 

Other places ... 16 

Persian Gulf ... 2 

Peru 5 9 

Philippine Is. — Luzon 4 2 

Other places ... 4 7 

Rhodesia — Northern 2 11 

Southern ... 2 8 

Rodriguez ... 2 6 
Russia in Asia ... 10 

St Helena 2 6 

St Pierre and Miquelon 1 

Salvador — Libertad 3 6 

Other places ... 3 9 

Sandwich Islands 3 

Seychelle Islands... 2 6 

Siam 3 

Tonquin 4 2 

Transvaal ... ... 2 6 

United States — Alabama, 
Carolina, Georgia, 
Illinois, Indiana, 
Kentucky, Michigan, 
Mississippi, Ohio, 
Tennessee, Virginia, 

Wisconsin ... 1 3 
Arkansas, Colorado, 
Dakota, IndianTerr, 
Iowa, Kansas, Mon- 
tana, Nebraska,New 
Mexico, Oklahoma, 

Texas, Wyoming 1 5 
Arizona, California, 
Idaho, Nevada, Ore- 
gon, Utah, Wash- 
ington Terr. ... 16 

Connecticut, Maine, 
Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, Rhode 

Is., Vermont... 1 

Columbia, Delaware 
Maryland, Penn- 
sylvania each word Is 2d. 
Florida — Pensacola 1 3 
Key West ... 1 6 
Other places ... 1 5 
Louisiana — N. Orleans 1 3 
Other places ... 1 5 
Minnesota — Duluth 
Minneapolis.S Paul, 
Winona ... 1 3 
Other places... 1 5 
Missouri — St Louis 1 3 
Other places ... 1 5 
New Jersey — Hobo- 
ken, Jersey City 1 
Other places ... 12 
New York — New York 
and vicinity ... 1 
Other places... 1 2 

Uruguay 3 10 

Venezuela 7 2 

West Africa 
British Possessions — 

Bathurst ... 3 6 

Gold Coast 4s 8d <fc 4 10 
Nigeria — Bonny 

Brass, Lagos 5 

Other places 5 2 

Sierra Leone 3 6 
French Possessions 

3s 6d to 5 5 

German Possesions — 

Cameroons ... 5 2 

Swakopmund 2 8 

Togoland ... 5 

Portuguese Poss'ns 

4s 8d to 11 

I Antigua 4 4 

1 Barbados ... 4 9 
I Cuba — Havana 1 8 
I Other places 1 10 

Curacoa 6 9 

Dominica ... 4 2 

Grenada ... 4 8 

Guadaloupe ... 5 2 

. Hayti — Pt. au Prince 5 4 

^ Cape Haitien 5 4 

m Mole St Nicholas 5 4 

a Other places... 7 5 

2 Jamaica ... 3 
H Les Saintes ... 5 2 
cc Martinique ... 5 2 
jjf Marie Galante ... 5 2 
? Porto Rico ... 4 2 

St Croix 5 3 

San Domingo ... 6 6 

St Kitts 4 8 

St Lucia ... 4 6 

St Thomas ... 5 

St Vincent ... 4 7 

Trinidad ... 5 1 

Turks Island ... 3 

Yemen 3 1 

Zululand 2 6 



Collection op Letters from Sub-Offices and Letter Boxes. 

Hours of Collection on Week Days. 

Town Sub-Offices. 





IP. M. 


IP. M. 


P. M. 

P. M 

P. M. IP. M. 

Dock Street Branch Office} 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 9 ( 

* Arbroath Road t 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 9 ( 

*183 Blackness Road 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 

* 28 Dundonald Street . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 


12 5 


11 30 


2 50 

4 15 

7 50 

8 4f 

* 12 Ferry Road . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 

* 76 Hawkhill t . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 7 

7 50 

9 ( 

*128 Hilltown t . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 507 

7 50 

9 ( 

* 90 King- Street . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50|7 

7 50 

9 ( 

*Lochee t . . 

12 5 

8 10 

11 15 



4 5 




8 5( 

* 156 Lochee Road 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 - 

5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 


12 5 


9 30 

11 15 


5 30 

7 40 

8 45 

*Maryfield (161a Albert st.) 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





550 7 

7 50 


*79 Murraygate . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 7 

7 50 

9 ( 

*125a Nethergate t 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 

*268 Perth Road t 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 

*142 Scouringburn 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

*S. Union St. t(New Hotel) 

12 58 

10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 ( 

* 27 Strathmartine Road . . 

12 5|8 

10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

Ill Victoria Road 

12 5|8 

10 45 

11 45 

2 03 



5 50 

7 7 50 9 

Pillar and Wall Boxes. 

150 Ann Street 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50j7 

7 50 

9 C 

Arbroath Road 

12 5 

8 30 

9 15 

11 45 

1 45 

J5 45 

. . 1 . . 

8 45 


12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 5017 

7 50,9 t 

314 Blackness Road 

12 5 

7 50 

10 40 

11 40 

1 50 

2 50 

3 50 

4 50 

5 40 6 50 

7 40 8 5C 

Carolina Port — Spring-hill 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 9 C 

Church Street, Lochee . . 

12 5 



11 30 


J5 30 

8 30 . . | 

Constitution Road 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 







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61 Constitution Road . . 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

18 Cowgate 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

17 Dock Street 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

Dudhope Church 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

East Station 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

Glamis Road 

12 5 

7 30 

11 15 

1 50 

4 30 


7 45 

123 Hawkhill 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 


190 Hawkhill 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

High Street (Pillars) 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 


7 50 

9 C 

High Street (Lochee) 

12 5 



11 30 


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8 30 


Hilltown (Foot) 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 


7 50 

2 Kinnaird Street 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 


7 50 


Law Street 

12 5 

7 30 

9 30 


2 15 

15 15 

9 0, 


Liff Road, Lochee 

12 5 

7 30 


11 30 


|5 30 

8 30 

Lintrathen Gai'dens 

12 5 

9 15 


5 45 

8 30 

53 Magdalen Green 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 7 

7 50 

9 0, 

93 Milnbank Road 

12 5 


10 45 11 45 




5 05 50|7 

7 50 


63 Nethergate 

12 5 


10 45 11 45 





5 507 

7 50 


Newport Boat 

6 45 

10 45 

11 45 

2 5 



4 45 

5 45 6 45 

7 45 

S 30 

287 Perth Road 

12" 5 

8 30 

11 45 

1 30 

4 40 


8 30 

Provost Road (Top) 

12 5 


10 45 

1 15 



7 45 

Royal Exchange 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 


7 50 9 

Roseangle (Top) 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 


7 509 0, 

Osborne Place 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 





5 50 7 

7 50 9 

Shamrock Street 

12 5 

7 45 

8 30 

10 45 


t4 45 

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8 50 . . i 


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12" 5 


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11 45 





5 50,7 

7 50 9 

1 Tay Street (North) 

12 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 5017 

7 50 9 

Tay Bridge Station 

L2 5 


10 45 

LI 45 




5 5 50 


7 509 0: 

100 Victoria Road 

L2 5 


10 45 

11 45 




5 5 50 


7 50 9 

West Park Road 

L2 5 


LI 30 

1 40 

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26 Windsor Street 

L2 58 

10 45 

LI 45 2 



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Abbot, Alexander, calenderworker, 29 St Salvador street 

Abbot, George, joiner, 1 Gowrie place 

Abbot, Gershom, confectioner, 90 Dudhope street 

Abbot, Isabella, dressmaker, 23 Benvie road 

Abbot, James, photographer, 57 Constitution road ; h. 59 

Abbot, James, tinsmith, 15 Lorimer street 

Abbot, James, photographer, 11 Pitkerro road 

Abbot, J. Mackie, clerk, Gas Commissioners' Office ; h. 312 Perth road 

Abbot, Peter H., accountant, Craigielea, 8 Roxburgh terrace 

Abbot, Thomas, tenter, 4 Corso street 

Abbot, Thomas, coal salesman, 24 Baxter street 

Abbot, Mrs Alexander, 19 Cowgate 

Abbot, Mrs Jane, 17 Ellen street 

Abbot, William, cabinetmaker, 28 Clepington road 

Abbot, Mrs Robert, 8 Dallfield terrace 

Abbot, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 19 Cowgate 

Abbott, James W. , mechanic, 151 Hawkhill 

Abel, Rev. Arthur C. , Dudhope U. F. Ch . ; h. Ley lodge, Ancrum rd. , Lochee 

Aberdeenshire Meat Co. , butchers, 20 Wellgate 

Aberdein, David, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 65 Murraygate : 

h. 33 Commercial street 
Aberdein, Robert, wine and spirit mer., 34 King st. ; h, 10 Balmore st. 
Aberdein, Thomas, traveller. 9 Malcolm street 
Aberdein, Mrs Elizabeth, 6 Garland place 
Abernethy, David, carter, 61 Lochee road 

Acme Insurance Co., Ltd. — See Profits and Income Insurance Co., Ltd.j- 
Adam, Alexander S., clerk, 26 Park avenue 
Adam, Alexander Y., solicitor, 2 Lytton street 
Adam, David, of John Adam & Sons, 8 Park place 
Adam, George, messenger, Commercial Bank, and church-officer, Si 

Enoch's Church; h. 87 Commercial street 
Adam, George S., musichall artiste, 10 Blyth place 
Adam, John, of Halket & Adam, Magdalen place 
Adam, John, jun., of Halket & Adam. Magdalen place 
Adam, John, boilermaker, 88 Hawkhill 
Adam, John, & Sons, plasterers, 15 Park lane 
Adam, Joseph, shoemaker, 28 Victoria street 
Adam, Robert, confectioner, 78 Victoria road 
Adam, Robert, ironmonger and locksmith, 31 Overgate (Telephone No 

1y2) ; h. 24 Bank street 
Adam, William, shipmaster, 4 Nelson street 
Adam, William, of John Adam & Sons, 10 Shepherd's loan 
Adam, William, Prudential Assurance agent, 30 Forfar road 
Adam, William, lodge porter, 13 Park avenue 
Adam, William, engineer, 48 Provost road 
Adam, William Spence, jun., plasterer, 10 Shepherd's loan 
Adam, Mrs David, 160 Hilltown 
Adam, Mrs Isabella, stationer, 68^ Strathmartine rd.; h. Balmuir mil 


Adam, Mrs John, 109 Lochee road 

Adam, Miss Jane G., 37 Rosebank street 

Adams, Alexander, ironturner, 103 Strathmartine road 

Adams, Alexander, fireman, 8 Charles street 

Adams, Alexander, grinder, Sfcannergate 

Adams, Alexander, enginefitter, 9 Cardean street 

Adams, A. & M., dressmakers, 110 Victoria road 

Adams, George, basketmaker, 17 Step row 

Adams, George, engineer, 24 Park avenue 

Adams, George Rough, of Henry Adams & Son, 6 Richmond terrace 

Adams, Henry, & Son, glove manfrs., hosiers, shirtmakers, 5 & 6 High st. 

Adams, Hugh, tailor, 12 St Mary's place 

Adams, James, 55 Lochee road 

Adams, James, caretaker, Butterburn Public School ; h. 95 Strath- 
martine road 

Adams, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 9 Constitution street ; h. 
Elmbank, 4 Adelaide place 

Adams, James, police constable, 1 Leng street 

Adams, James 0., manager, Dundee Calender; h. Abbotsford, Wormit 

Adams, John, contractor, 18 Small's wynd; h. 3 Hean's lane 

Adams, John, policeman, 27 West street 

Adams, John, painter, 13 Arklay street 

Adams, Robert, clerk, 3 Cardean street 

Adams, Robert, calenderworker, 4 Kinloch street 

Adams, Thomas, ironmonger, 193 Overgate 

Adams, William, stevedore, 69 Watson street 

Adams, William, sawyer, 70 Ure street 

Adams, William, bookseller, bookbinder, &c, 82 Lochee road 

Adams, William, wine and spirit merchant, 8 Bell street ; h. 125 Perth 

Adams, Mrs Annie, 190 Lochee road 

Adams, Mrs William, 53J Perth road 

Adams, Miss, milliner, 158 Albert street ; h. 2 Baxter Park terrace 

Adamson, Alex., teacher of music, 2 Rosemount terrace 

Adamson, Alex. , of Alex. Adamson & Co. , Broomknowe, Hill ter. , Wormit 

Adamson, Alexander, tinsmith, 94 Dens road 

Adamson, Rev. Alex., B.D., Chapelshade U.F. Ch. ; h. Magdalen place 

Adamson, Alexander, & Co., umbrella manufacturers, bag, trunk, water- 
proof, sewing machine, and typewriter merchants, 36 Whitehall street 

Adamson, Catherine, draper, 43 Victoria street ; h. 47 Erskine street 

Adamson, Charles, rubber stamp agent, 36 Whitehall street 

Adamson, Charles D., indiarubber merchant's assistant, 6 Shore terrace 

Adamson, David, factory foreman, 41 North Wellington street 

Adamson, David G., wireworker and bellhanger, 6 Shore terrace 

Adamson, George, postman, 244 Blackness road 

Adamson, Henry, blacksmith, 177 Victoria road 

Adamson, James, 20 Annfield street 

Adamson, Jas., Academy of Music, 132a Nethergate; h. 2 Rosemount ter. 

Adamson, James W. G., engineer, 35 Victoria road ; h. 119 Blackscroft 

Adamson, John, wholesale grocer, Ava lodge, 69 Magdalen green 

Adamson, John, cabinetmaker, 3 Pitkerro road 


Adamson, Peter, machinery merchant, 139 Seagate 

Adamson, P. M., patternmaker, 47 Erskine street 

Adamson, Robert, bootmaker, 4 Harriet street 

Adamson, Robert, mechanic, 4 Stobswell road 

Adamson, Robert B., of R. B. Adamson & Co., 14 Victoria chambers 

Adamson, R. B., & Co., wholesale tea merchants, 30 and 31 Dock street 

Adamson, Kobert Hay, merchant, Ward Mills ; h. Roseville, Barnhill 

Adamson, Robert Walker, sorting clerk, 277a Hawkhill 

Adamson, Robert W., joiner, 75 Albert street 

Adamson, Thomas, irontnrner, 177 Victoria road 

Adamson, Wm., wirework manufacturer and bellhanger, 49 Nethergate 

(Telephone No. 01983) ; h. 6 Shore terrace 
Adamson, William, dockgateman, 60 Watson street 
Adamson, William, joiner, 3 Stobswell road 
Adamson, William, painter, 7 Annfield row 
Adamson, William, hairdresser, 149 Victoria road 
Adamson, William, jobbing mason, 15 Stirling street 
Adamson, Mrs James, 1 1 Mountpleasant 
Adamson, Mrs James, 2 Paradise road 
Adamson, Mrs Robert, 40 Kemback street 
Adamson, Mrs, dairykeeper, 66 Albert street ; h. 75 
Adamson, Miss, 370 Loons road 

Addison, A., manager, J. & A. Stewart, Ltd., 50 Small's wynd 
Addison, Robert, joiner, 11 Blackness street 
Addison, William, cooper, 193 Blackness road 
Addison, George, foreman, 51 Dens road 

Adie, Andrew H., milloverseer, Hawthorn cottage, Old Glamis road 
Adie, Mrs James, Eastview, Dalkeith road 
Affleck, David, wheelwright, 10 Park avenue 
Agnew, Alexander, solicitor and procurator fiscal (Dundee district), 

Courthouse buildings ; h. Balwherrie, West Ferry 
Agnew, Hilary, secy., Jas. Keiller & Son, Ltd. ; h. Rocquaine, Newport 
Aiken, John, compositor, 19 Peddie street 
Aiken, Patrick, clerk, 29 Provost road 
Aiken, William, police inspector, 28 Tait's lane 
Aiken, William, jun., clerk, 28 Tait's lane 

tinier, Geo. C, cabinetmaker and joiner, 31 Nethergate; h. 27 Tait's lane 
Aimer, James, cabinetmaker, 1 Wellington street 
Aimer, James, wholesale coffee and spice merchant, 64 and 66 Cowgate ; 

h. Tugela villas, Strathmartine road 
Ainslie, T. R., marine draughtsman, 15 Chalmers street 
Air, Charles A., of David Air & Co., Dunmore, Perth road 
Air, David, of David Air & Co. , Dunmore, Perth road (TelephoneNo. 1622) 
Air, David, jun., of David Air & Co., Dunmore, Perth road 
Air, David, & Co., merchants, 7 Ward road 
Airth, Maggie, dairy, 85 Victoria road ; h, 16 Wellington street 
Airth, Mrs A., apartments, 24 Bank street 
Aitchison, John, bank accountant, 4 Airlie terrace 
Aitchison, Johnston, & Co., musicsellers, 50 Union street and 21 

Whitehall crescent 
Aitken, George, grocer and wine merch. , 68, 70 Blackscroft ; h. 87^ 



Aitken, Henry, confectioner, 10 Overgate ; h. 20 
Aitken, James, grocer and wine merchant, 53 Perth road ; h. 21 
Aitken, James, grocer and wine merchant, 75 Caldrum street and 45 

Main street ; h. Park road, Fairmuir 
Aitken, Rev. James, D.D.,RyehillU.F. Church; A.Linden,2Briarwoodter. 
Aitken, John, fitter, 61 Crescent street 
Aitken, John, retired customs officer, 92 Victoria road 
Aitken, John, ironmonger, millfurnisher, tinsmith, and grocers' outfitter, 

17 Union street ; h. Wormit 
Aitken, Richard, calender worker, 4 Temple lane 
Aitken, R., chimneysweeper, 53 Ann street 

Aitken, Thomas D., governor, West Poorhouse, Blackness road (Tele- 
phone No. 883) 
Aitken, William, seedsman, 12 Nelson street 
Aitken, William, tailor, 2 Annfield road 
Aitken, Mrs T. D. , matron, West Poorhouse, Blackness road 
Albany Shipping Co., Ld., 62 Seagate ; David Scott & Son, managers 
Albert Mill, Arklay street ; William Cleghorn, manufacturer 
Albion Foundry, 28 Hill street (Telep. No. 412) ; Beath & Keay, ironfndrs. 
Alexander, Alexander, of David Boswell, Ltd., 99 Arbroath road 
Alexander, Charles, dining-rooms, 16 St Clement's lane 
Alexander, Chas. , ironplaner, officer, Wallacet'n Par. Ch.; h. 47 Cres'ntst. 
Alexander, David, bootmaker, 185 Perth road 
Alexander, David, joiner, 18 Rosefield street 

Alexander, David, & Sons, merchants and shipping agents, 17 King st. 
Alexander, David Phillips, baker, 317 Clepington road 
Alexander, Eliza, confectioner, 24 Pitfour street 
Alexander, E. , confectioner and baker, 106 Victoria road 
Alexander, George, carpenter, 33 Baldovan terrace 
Alexander, Geo., tinsmith and ironmgr., 98 Dura st. ; h. 32 Baldovan ter. 
Alexander, George, watchman, 32 Peddie street 
Alexander, George, dairyman, 12 Carmichael street 
Alexander, Harry, of H. & W. Alexander, Crona cottage, King st. ,Tayport 
ALEXANDER, H. & W. , f renchpolishers, 4 and 6 Charles street (Telephone 

No. 30x2). See Adv. p. 62 
Alexander, James, mechanic, 27 Nelson street 
Alexander, James, joiner, 14 Kinnaird street 
Alexander, James, fruit merchant, 253 Blackness road 
Alexander, James, joiner, 21 Miller's wynd 
Alexander, James, dairykeeper, 34 Forfar road 
Alexander, James, Sons, & Co. , brassfounders, plumbers, and gasfitters, 

31 Overgate and 14 Bank street 
Alexander, John, bootmaker, 49 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Alexander, John, of James Alexander, Sons, & Co., 6 Whitehall crescent 
Alexander, John H., agent, National Bank ; h. Edwinton, West Ferry 
Alexander, Kate, fruiterer, 118 Victoria road ; h. 110 
Alexander, Max, of David Alexander & Sons, 7 Douglas ter., West Ferry 
Alexander, Pengelly, & Co., oil refiners and grease manufacturers, 

Candle lane and 23 Panmure street 
Alexander, Siegmund, of David Alexander & Sons, St Phillans, Newport 
Alexander, Thomas, seaman, 14 West Dock street 



Alexander & Thomson, slaters, 24 Hawkhill 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM, granite merch. and sculptor, Dalgleish road and 

Arbr'thrd. (Tele. No. 01800); A. Dianaville, Dalg'ishrd. See Adv. p. 75 
Alexander, William, of H. & W. Alexander, 60 Alexander street 
Alexander, William, photographer, 28^ High street 
Alexander, William, draper, 53 Main street 

Alexander, Wm. , millmngr., CaldrumWks. ; h. Ingleside, Strathm't'n rd. 
Alexander, Wm. P., of Alexander, Pengelly, & Co., Seafield cot., B. Ferry 
Alexander, Mrs Janet, house proprietrix, 23 Step row 
Alexander, Mrs J. R., 52 Magdalen Yard road 
Alexander, Mrs William, 86 Ferry road 
Alexander, Mrs William, 4 Albany terrace 
Alexander, Miss Barbara, milliner, 14 King's road 
Alexander, Miss, 4 Windsor place 
Alison, Geo. Lloyd, family wine and spirit merchant, 14 Panmure 

street (Telephone No. 1334) 
Alison, Mrs M. A, seaman's outfitter, 59 Trades lane ; h. 65 
Allan, Alexander, church- officer, St Clement's Par. Ch. ; h. 138 Perth rd. 
Allan, Alexander, tenter, 4 Gardner's lane 
Allan, Andrew, clerk, 7 Small's wynd 

Allan, A., West Coast traffic agent, 2 India buildings ; h, 21 Airlie place 
Allan, David, templar agent, 172 Lochee road 
Allan, David, plumber, 22 Erskine street 
Allan, David, mason, 6 Kinnaird street 
Allan, David, seaman, 55 William street, Forebank 
Allan, David, timekeeper, 36 Caldrum street 
Allan, David M., wine merchant and Italian warehouseman, 47 Reform 

street (Telephone No. 114) ; h. 1 Aberlemno terrace 
Allan, D. L., of Blackadder & Allan, 11 Louise terrace, West Ferry 
ALLA.N, D. M., perfumer, hairdresser, and ornamental hair manufacturer, 

52 to 56 Reform street (Telephone No. 7y). See Adv. p. 77 
Allan, George, joiner, 142 Lochee road 
Allan, George, landscape gardener, 31 Baldovan terrace 
Allan, James, seaman, 3 Sibbald street 
Allan, James, linen and woollen merchant, 80 and 82 Albert street ; h. 

Lochview, 57 Clepington road 
Allan, James, turner, 32 Carmichael street 
Allan, James, joiner, 121 Hawkhill 
Allan, James & Alexander, passenger and shipping agents, Allan Line 

and State Line, 4 India buildings; and 25 Bothwell street, Glasgow 
ALLAN, JAMES, & SON, Ltd., bootmakers, 33 Reform street (Telephone 

No. 1034). See Adv. p. 91 
Allan, John, inspector of works, Burgh Engineer's Office ; h. Forester 

Allan, John, stationer, 81 Milnbank road ; h. 9 Blyth place 
Allan, John, shipmaster, Saugor villa, 37 Clepington road 
Allan, John, tinplate worker, 49 Erskine street 
Allan, John, parcel vanman, 13 West Dock street 
Allan, John, 37 Cotton road 
ALLAN, JOHNSTON R., coal merchant, 4 Crescent lane ; h. 155 Albert st 

See Adv. p. 25 



PLLAN, JOSEPH, & SONS, firewood, coal, potato, grain, chaff, and clay 
merchants, 60 Foundry lane and 15 Baltic street; agent for Dewshill 

coal and nuts ; office and h. Ill Blackscroft (Telephone No. 1100). 

See Adv. p. 31 
Allan, J. R. , shorthand writer, Sheriff Courthouse ; h. 1 Aberlemno ter. 
Allan Line and State Line of Steamers, 4 India buildings 
Allan, Peter D., wheelwright, 22 Forest Park road 
Allan, Robert, The Planetrees. Rankine street 
Allan, R. F., 90 Victoria road 
Allan, R. M., coal merchant, insurance agent, and carting contractor, 

29 Dura street ; h. 6 Baxter Park terrace 
Allan, R. T. M. , art master, Harris Acad. ; h. Fernlea, Seafield, B. Ferry 
Allan, Stewart, engineer, 7 Morgan street 
Allan, Thomas, engineer, 10 Rosefield street 
Allan, William, mechanic, 42 St Mary's place 
Allan, William, blacksmith, 19 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Allan, William, manager, Co-operative Coal Supply Association, 13 South 

Union street ; h, 80 Hawkhill 
Allan, William, turner, 21 Rosefield street 

Allan, William, butcher, 103 Victoria road ; h. 7 Victoria street 
Allan, W. D., trimming merchant, 90 Nethergate ; h. 1 Rustic place 
Allan, W. Roger, district inspector, Norwich Union Life Office, 16 

Meadowside ; h. Fernlea, Broughty Ferry 
Allan, Mrs Elizabeth, apartments, 13 Kinloch street 
Allan, Mrs W., wine and spirit merchant, 177a Hilltown; h. 179a 
Allan, Mrs, nurse, 16 Thomson street 
Allan, Misses E. & C, confectioners and newsagents, 13 Milnbank road ; 

h. 168 Blackness road 
Allan, Miss, medical and surgical nurse, 22 Thomson street 
Allan, Miss, 4 Garland place 

Allardice, A. & A., housefurnishers, 128 Seagate ; h. 97 Arbroath road 
Allardice, Peter R., late police inspector, 109 Clepington road 
Allardice, William, woodturner, 21 Charles street 
Allardice, Mrs David, 22 Gellatly street 

Allardyce, Charles, surgical instrument maker, 91 Nethergate 
Allday , H. G. , mantle warehouse, 35, 36 High st. ; h. Gilmourbank, B. Ferry 
Allen, Charles B., of Allen, Mill, &Co., Woodleigh, Norwood, E. Newport 
Allen, Chas. J., of Allen, Mill, & Co., Woodleigh, Norwood, E. Newport 
Allen, Mill, & Co., manufacturers and merchants, 2 Meadow Place bldgs. 
Allen, Mrs Leonard, 5 South George street 
Allerton, Edgar Walter, carpetweaver, 189 Clepington road 
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., Limited, 23 Panmure street ; Band & Whyte, 

district agents. See Adv. p. 126 
lAlliance Trust Co., Ltd., 13 Panmure street (Telephone No. 271 ; Tele- 
grams, "Mackenzie"); Win, Mackenzie, secretary 
Allison, Andrew, ironturner, 13 Park avenue 
Allison, Henry, draughtsman, 23 Baxter Park terrace 
Allison, James, M.A., LL.B., solicitor and notary public, searcher of 

burgh register of sasines, 61 Reform street ; burgh prosecutor, 

Newport ; clerk and treasurer to School Board, Forgan ; h. Tay- 

mount, East Newport 


Allison, James, of James Allison & Sons, The Briars, West Newport 
Allison, James, & Sons, rope, sail, and cover makers, shipchandlers, oi 

and bonded and free store merchants, 47 and 48 Dock street 
Allison, John M., of James Allison & Sons, Norwood, East Newport 
Allison, Mrs, 11 Aberlemno terrace 
Allister, C. D. F. (Arthur & Co., Ltd., Glasgow), 9 Euclid street; h 

Strathnairn, Dalhousie street, Monifieth 
Alloa Coal Co., Ltd., The, 65 Trades lane ; P. S. Nicoll, agent 
Allsopp, S., & Sons, Ltd., brewers, Burton-on-Trent ; branch offices anc 1 

stores, Caledonian Railway Station ; William Swan, district agenl 
Alsen's Portland Cement Works ; sole representative for Scotland, Wil 

liam H. Turcan ; head office, 52 St Enoch square, Glasgow ; branche 

Mary Ann lane, Dundee ; Aberdeen and Kirkcaldy 
Alston, Mrs William, 2 Craigie terrace 

Amalgamated Musicians' Union, 62 Commercial st. ; J. C. Wallace, secy, 
Ames, William, general dealer, 34a James street; Zi. 171 Hilltown 
Ames, William M., clerk, Balmyle, 17 Wortley place 
Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers) Limited, 25 Albert square 
Anchor Stores Co. , provision merchants, 67 Victoria road, 94 King street. 

and 15 Church lane 
Anderson, Alexander, warehouseman, 9 Airlie terrace 
Anderson, Alexander, foundryworker, 6 Balfour street 
Anderson, Alexander, superintendent engineer, 6 Shore terrace 
Anderson, Alexander, gymnastic instructor, 27 Queen street 
Anderson, Alexander, joiner, 16 Kinloch street 
Anderson, Alexander, painter, 3 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Alexander, coal salesman, 200 Blackness road 
Anderson, Alexander, baker, 8 Garland place 
Anderson, Alexander, watchman, 38 Lilybank road 
Anderson, Alex. Black, chemist and druggist, 38 and 201 Princes 

street, and 121 Blackscroft 
Anderson, Alex. Blair, poulterer's assistant, 27 Yeaman shore 
Anderson, Andrew, clerk, 17 Union place 
Anderson, Andrew, blacksmith, 18 King's road 
Anderson, Andrew, engineer, 78 Watson street 
Anderson, Andrew, plumber, 20 Wellington street 
Anderson, A. W., Blackness Foundry; h. 17 Briarwood terrace 
Anderson, Benjamin F., clerk, 8 Arthurstone terrace 
Anderson, Charles S., of Anderson & Graham, 71 Ann street 
Anderson, C. Boyd, solicitor, 30 Whitehall street ; h. Prieston, Tealing 
Anderson, David, police constable, 32 Benvie road 
Anderson, David, baker, 30 Princes street ; h. 32 
Anderson, David, joiner, 40 North Church street 
Anderson, David, mechanic, 20 Baxter street 
Anderson, David, teacher of dancing, 79 Commercial street 
Anderson, David, coachsmith, 54 Blackness road 
Anderson, David, enginedriver, 29 Union place 
Anderson, David, shoemaker, 8 Parker street 

Anderson, David, church-officer, Hilltown U.F. Church; A. 11 Glamis st. 
Anderson, David, church-officer, Willison U.F. Church ; h. 9 Parker st. 
Anderson, David, fireman, 25 Hill street 


Anderson, David, shippainter, 6 Small's lane 

Anderson, David, foreman mechanic, 21 Scott street 
jAnderson, David, calenderworker, 13 Blackheath place 
J Anderson, David, stableman, 25 Ogilvie street 
i Anderson, David, 7 Stirling street 

Anderson, David M., mechanic, 6 Park avenue 

Anderson, David R., compositor, 11 Barrack street 

Anderson, David R., engineer, 26 Bell street 

Anderson, David, & Son, watchmakers and jewellers, 272 Hilltown ; h. 
Hope cottage, Blairgowrie 

Anderson, David S., foreman woodmoulder, 10 Albert street 

Anderson, David S., commercial traveller, 23 William street 

Anderson, Duncan, compositor, 10 Forfar road 

I 'Anderson, D. H., wine and spirit merchant, 6 Gellatly street ; h. West- 
field road, Broughty Ferry 
Anderson, D. L. , engraver, 10 Whitehall st. ; h. Granville house, Carnoustie 
Anderson, D. S., traveller, Dundee Flour Mills ; h. 155 Albert street 
Anderson, Elizabeth, 19 Blackness avenue 
^Anderson, Francis, harbour porter, 6 Eden street 

Anderson, Gardner, Hepburn, & Co., solictrs. and notaries, 10 Meadowside 
Anderson, George, mason, 6 Rosefield street 
I Anderson, George, cabinetmaker, 28 Kincardine street 
Anderson, George, grocer and wine merchant, 45 Constitution road ; h. 

Balgray road, Downfield 
Anderson, George, engineer, 23 Baxter Park terrace 
Anderson, George, baker, 17 Morgan street 
JAnderson, George G., mechanic, 9 Commercial street 
■Anderson, George S. , insurance agent, 98 Victoria road 
Anderson, Gilbert, 1 Commercial street 
'Anderson & Glass, spinners and manufacturers, Ladybank Mill (Mid 

street) and Wellington Sti'eet Factory ; office, 14 Victoria chambers 
Anderson & Graham, painters and decorators, 121 Hilltown 
jAnderson, Henry, dairyman, 58 Constable street 
lAnderson, Henry, railway servant, 3 Pitfour street 
JAnderson, James, manager, 12 Rose street 
JANDERSON, JAMES, chemist and druggist, the Dundee Drug Store, 60 

and 62 Commercial street and 93 High street ; h. Craigbank, 10 

Dudhope place. See Adv. p. 36 
Anderson, James, clerk, 10 West Dock street 
Anderson, James, joiner, 11 Strathmartine road 
[Anderson, James, 31 Dura street 
jAnderson, James, engineer, 13 South Ellen street 
Anderson, James, woodturner, 40 Provost road 
Anderson, James, joiner, 32 Isles' lane 
inderson, James, plumber, 185 Strathmartine road 
Anderson, James, plumber, 109 Albert street 
Anderson, James, dairyman, 52 Cotton road 
\nderson, James, joiner, 22 Annfield row 
Anderson, James, factory manager, 13 Park lane 
Anderson, James, fish merchant, 257 Hawkhill ; A. 2 Ryehill lane 
Inderson, James, butter and egg mercht. , 62 Hilltown ; h. 10 W. Dock st. 


Anderson, James, car conductor, 20 Fleuchar street 

Anderson, James A, , merchant, shipping and insurance agent, 29 Panmur* 

street (Telephone No. 1010) ; h. 5 Chalmers street 
Anderson, James A., teacher, Butterburn Public School; h. 5Lintrathei 

gardens, West Clepington road 
Anderson, James D., baker, 14 Union street 
Anderson, James F., mechanic, 23 Scott street 
Anderson, James J. , postman, 27 Constitution street 
Anderson, James R., bricklayer, builder, and contractor, 4 Morgan st, 
Anderson, James S., baker, 137 Hilltown ; h. 9 Forebank road 
Anderson, Jane, grocer and confectioner, 81 Arbroath road ; h. 95 
Anderson, Jane, teacher, Tay Street Public School ; h. 1 Lytton stree- 
Anderson, Jane G., lady principal, High School ; h. 5 Hawkhill place 
Anderson, John, lodgekeeper, 44 Scott street 
Anderson, John, warehouseman, 9 Parker street 
Anderson, John, ironmoulder, 16 South Lindsay street 
Anderson, John, bleacher, 16 Strathmartine road 
Anderson, John, clerk, 13 Victoria street 
Anderson, John, 47 Rosebank street 
Anderson, John, clerk, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. 228 Perth road 
Anderson, John, harbour porter, 43 Todburn lane 
Anderson, John, railway guard, 46 Peddie street 
Anderson, John, hairdresser, 28 Hawkhill ; h. 26 Bernard street 
Anderson, John, chemist and druggist, 14 Strathmartine road ; h\ 

1 Gilburn road, Downfield 
Anderson, John, newsagent, 9 Albert street ; h. 7 
Anderson, John, moulder, 2 Hillbank road 
Anderson, John Douglas, postman, 80 Peddie street 
Anderson, John D., butcher, 63 Victoria street 
Anderson, John N. , slater & chimney rep'r, 10 Mains rd. ; h. 6 Russell st 
Anderson, John S., patternmaker, 43 Milnbank road 
Anderson, J., fruit'rand confect'r, 36, 38 Cleghorn st. ; h. 20 Benvie rd 
Anderson, J. Stewart, supt., Commercial Cable Co. ; h. 32 Springfiek 
Anderson, Rev. K. C. , D. D. , Ward Chapel ; h. 6 East Somerville place 
Anderson, Marshall, solicitor, 20 Reform street ; h. 3 Lome terrace | 
Anderson, Morgan, hairdresser and tobacconist, 51 Cleghorn street 
Anderson, M. F., M.B., CM., medical practitioner, 161 Princes street 
Anderson, Peter, baker, 84 Nethergate and 28 North Lindsay stree 

(Telephone No. 649); branch, Pierhead, Newport (Telephone No. 4x1 
Anderson, Peter, mechanic, 8 Balmore street 
Anderson, Peter, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
Anderson, Peter, of Peter Anderson & Sons, 49 Dens road 
Anderson, Peter, brassfinisher, 5 Benvie road 

Anderson, Peter, & Sons, plumbers, 9 and 11 James st. (Telephone No. 5x 
Anderson, Robert, of Anderson & Glass, Kilgask, East Newport 
Anderson, Robert, carter, 26 Hillbank road 
Anderson, Robert, beamer, 14 North Ellen street 
Anderson, Robert, mason, 22 Catherine street 

Anderson, Robert, brakesman, 3 Kincardine street \ 

Anderson, Robert, overseer, 4 Forester street 
Anderson, Robert, enginedriver, 58 Strathmore road 



\nderson, Robert J., coal mer., 9 and 11 Annfield st. ; h. 75 Annfield rd. 

Anderson, R. J. , & Sons, aerated water manufacturers, 11 Annfield street 

Anderson, Thomas, plumber, 1 Mountpleasant 

SAnderson, Thos., of Peter Anderson (baker), 15 Kilnburn pi., E. Newport 
ANDERSON & WILKIE, joiners & builders, 20 Forebank rd. See Adv. p. 83 
Anderson, William, 11 Maryfield terrace 

Anderson, William (confectioner, Lochee), 48 Cleghorn street 
Sanderson, William, engineer, Gray cottage, Balgray street 
Anderson, William, bricklayer, builder, and contractor, East Esplanade ; 

h. Scotia villa, West Newport 
i Anderson, William, hammerman, 21 Lorimer street 

« Anderson, William, stockbroker, 3 Royal Exchange place (Telephone 
i No. 36 ; Telegrams, " Exchange") ; h. St Helens, Broughty Ferry 
JAnderson, William, shoemaker, 37 King street 
Anderson, William, lathsplitter, 17 North Wellington street 
Anderson, William, clerk, 35 Victoria road 
j Anderson, William, of Anderson & Wilkie, 150 Albert street 
Anderson, William, painter, 106 Hawkhill 
Anderson, William, foreman moulder, 4 Benvie road 
UNDERSON, WILLI AM, hatter and hosier, 29 Reform street (Telephone 

No. 01912) ; h. 32 Shepherd's loan. See Adv. p. 97 
Anderson, William, 38 Hospital wynd 

Anderson, William, jun., shoemaker, 143 Princes st. ; h. 145 
I Anderson, Win. C. , millmngr. ,N. Dudhope Wks. ; h. Oakbank, Rankine st. 
Anderson, Wm.G., manager, D'dee Flour Mills ; h. 3 Gladstone pi., B.Ferry 
I Anderson, Wm. H., butcher, 16 Polepark rd. ; h. Barossa cot., Ancrum rd. 
jAnderson, Wm. R., clerk, B. L. Co. Bank ; h. Douglas cot., B. Ferry 
Anderson, W. R., H.M. Customs ; h. Derby house, Newport 
tAnderson, Mrs A., apartments, 8 Wallace street 
(Anderson, Mrs A. B., 3 Lome terrace 

I Anderson, Mrs Charles, 95 Arbroath road 
Anderson, Mrs Christina, 144a Lochee road 
| Anderson, Mrs David, 25 William street, Forebank 
Anderson, Mrs David, 5 Hawkhill place 
Anderson, Mrs D., 79 King street 
Anderson, Mrs Jane, dairykeeper, 87 Princes street 
Anderson, Mrs Johann, apartments, 6 High street 

Anderson, Mrs Margaret, furniture dealer, 36 Himter st. ; h. 6 Bly th st. 
Anderson, Mrs Mary, fancy goods merchant, 121 Albert st. ; h. 5 Park av. 
Anderson, Mrs N. M., 63 Gellatly street 
Anderson, Mrs Patrick, 12 Windsor street 

Anderson, MrsRobt., stationer & tobac'nist, 12Ferryrd. ; h. 26Springhill 
Anderson, Mrs Wm., market gardnr., 29 Polepark rd. ; h. E. Mylnefield 
Anderson, Mrs, 12 Annfield street 
Anderson, Mrs, midwife, 233 Hilltown 

Anderson, Miss J., fruiterer, 201 Hilltown ; h. 27 Wolseley street 
Anderson, Miss J. W., house proprietrix, 47 Rosebank street 
Anderson, Miss M., 31 Dallfield terrace 

Anderson, Miss M. A., stationer, 128 Albert st. ; h. 1 Langlands street 
Anderson, Miss R,., ship store, 10 St Andrew's street ; h. 10 W. Dock st. 
Anderson, Miss S., milliner, 50 Magdalen Yard road 


Andrew, James, blacksmith, 24 Charles street 

Andrew, Jas. M.,of Jas. M. Andrew & Co., Helenslea,Bankave.,Downfield 

Andrew, James M. , & Co. , drapers, tailors, and clothiers, shirtmakers, 

floorcloth and bedding warehousemen, 143 to 147 Victoria road 
Andrew, William, draper, 19 Janefield place 

Andrew, W. G., restaurateur, 2 East Dock st. ; h. 37 Constitution st. 
Andrews, Alex. E., labourer, 20 Ogilvie's road 
Andrews, David, engineer, 1 Paterson street 
ANDREWS, DAVIDSON, & CO., electrical engineers, 126 Both well street,! 

Glasgow. See Adv. p. 109. 
Andrews, Easson, milloverseer, 2 Ogilvie's road 
Andrews, William, milloverseer, 39 North Church street 
Andrews, Mrs Euphemia, 20 Whitehall street 
Andrews, Mrs Joseph, Anns villa, W. Clepington road 
Andrews, Mrs, 9 Airlie terrace 
Anglo-American Telegraph Co., Ld., 1 Panmurest. (Telephone No. 1351) ;| 

T. H. Thompson, superintendent 
Angus, Alexander, coachpainter, 140 Lochee road 
Angus, Andrew, inspector, 53 West Lyon street 
Angus Chess and Whist Club, 6 Shore terrace 
Angus, Elsie S., fruiterer, 120 Albert street ; h. 26 Park avenue 
ANGUS, GEORGE, & CO., Ltd., belting manufacturers (Newcastle-on-jj 

Tyne), 35 Cowgate ; Thomas Ferguson & Co. , agents. See Adv. p. 55| 
Angus, Hugh, engineer, 32 Baldovan terrace 

Angus Jute Works, Fairbairn st. ; Thomson Bros., spinners and manufs. 
Angus, Peter, engineer, 25 Lilybank road 
Angus Property Investment Company, Ltd., 11 Barrack street J 

Frederick John M'Kenzie, secretary 
Angus Shipping Co. , Ltd., Customhouse buildings; J. P. Bruce, manager. 
Angus, William, coachman, 3 Paton's lane 
Angus, William, millmanager, South Mill ; h. 25 Perth road 
Angus, Mrs Alexander, 10 Garland place 
Angus, Miss Mary, Immeriach, 354 Blackness road 
Ankers, D., sergt. -major, Fife Light Horse, 2 Lytton street 
Annal, James, foreman dyer, 13 Kinloch street 
Annan, Ebenezer, plumber, 19 Wellington street 
Annan, J. G., analytical chemist, 84 Ferry road 
Annan, Robert, millmanager, Miln Street Mill ; h. 180 Lochee road 
Annan, Thomas, draper's assistant, 11 Bellefield avenue 
Annan, Miss, 19 Wellington street 
Annand, James, storekeeper, 63 Alexander street 
.Annand, James, moulder, 29 Rose street 
Annandale Dairy Co., 163 Hawkhill, 16 Barrack street, 36 Union; 

street, 300 Perth road ; office, 29 Tait's lane (Telephone No. 959); I 

James Nicholson, manager 
Ann Street Works, 2 North William street ; David Low & Co. , spinners I 
Anthony, William, frenchpolisher, 137 Clepington road 
Anton, Geo. , wine and spirit mercht., 4 and 6 Ferry rd. ; h. 36 Argyle st. I 
Anton, J. M., butcher, 138 Hawkhill, 42 Commercial street (Maxwell-, 

town), 231 Hilltown ; 106 High street, Lochee ; h. 1 Gowrie street I 
Anton, James, wine merchant, 127 and 129 Perth rd.; h. 10 Windsor ter. '» 


Anton, James, vanman, 11 Blyth place 

Anton, Miss L. , 27 Baxter Park terrace 

; Appleby, Miss M., grocer, 84 Hilltown 

Archer, Alexander, monumental sculptor, 256 Blackness road 

Archer, D. D. , engine and boiler inspector, 2 Buckingham terrace 

Archer, James, driller, 5 Wallace street 

Archer, John, joiner, 56 Ferry road 

Archer, William, marine engineer, 319 Clepington road 

Archer, Mrs William B., 22 Airlie place 
1 Archibald, Alexander W. , gas meter inspector, 35 Constitution road 

Archibald, Thos., asst. supt., Prudential Assur. Co. ; h. 16 Fleuchar st. 

Argentine Republic, Consul for — Thomas Murdoch, 39 St Andrew's st. 

Argus Sailing Ship Co. , Ltd. , 1 Commercial st. ; J. Smith Ritchie, manager 

Arkison E., photographic studio, 10 Hawkhill 

Arkison, Wm., painter and decorator, 50 Westport ; h. 8 Arthurstone ter. 

Arklay, James, mechanic, 5 Park avenue 
; Arklay, Jas. T., patternmaker, officer, ChapelshadeU.F. Ch. ; h. 20 Bell st. 

Arklie, A. M., traveller, Rosehelenbank, Monifieth 

Arklie, Ebenezer, ironturner, 176 Lochee road 

Armitstead,Geo.,4Panmurest. ;&4Clevelandsq., St James', London, S.W. 

Armour, William, teacher, 29 Morgan street 

Armstrong, Charles, shipplater, 9 Baffin street 
'^Armstrong, John, coal merchant, 104 Rosebank street 
] iArmstrong, Richard, Inland Rev. Office, 31 Bank st.; h. East Newport 

(jirmstrong, Robert, broker, 148 Overgate ; h. 150 

Armstrong, W., teacher of music; bandmaster, 3rd V.B.R.H. ; h 24 
Garland place 

Armstrong, Mrs W. , wine and spirit merchant, 5 New Inn entry ; h. 
Craigard, Wormit 

Arnot, David, stationer, 276 Hawkhill ; h. 3 Watt street 

Arnot, John, plumber, 30 Hunter street 

Arnot, Robert, baker, 7 Ellen street 

Arnot, William, compositor, 150 Lochee road 

Arrow Shipping Co., Ld., 18 Commercial st. ; Wm. Kinnear & Co., agents 

Arthur, Alexander, compositor, 9 Pitfour street 

Arthur & Co., Limited, warehousemen and manufacturers, 9 Euclid st. 

Arthur, Ebenezer R., mechanic, 52 Provost road 

Arthur, James, superintendent of cleansing, 28 East Dock street 

Arthur, John, porter, 82 Dudhope street 

Arthur, John, tenter, 47 Hospital wynd 

Arthur, Wm., mgr., Garden Works ; h. Idabank, Balgay ter., Lochee 

Arthur, William P., manager, The Victoria Road Calendering Co., 
Dundee, Ltd. ; h. 25 Janefield place (Telephone No. 586) 

Arthurson, Alexander, cab proprietor, 25 Tait's lane 

Asher, James, ironmonger, 16 Hilltown ; h. 70 Seagate 

Ashford, John, tailor, 6 Cardean street 

Ashton, Agnes & Maggie, dressmakers, 27 Morgan street 

Ashton, James, joiner, builder, and funeral undertaker, 6 Crescent lane ; 
h. 40 Baldovan terrace 

Ashton Works, 189 Hawkhill ; James K. Caird, manufacturer 

Isposito, Luigi, confectioner, 21 Constitution road 


Atkin, Charles F., manager, Yost Typewriter Co. Ltd., 21 Panmur< 

street ; h. 1 Hillview, Wormit 
Atkinson, William, coachman, Central Fire Station, West Bell street 
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. (Fire and Life), 72 Ward road. See Adv. p. 121 
Atlas Anti-Friction Alloys, Ltd., London, Atlas and Alba anti-friction 

metals ; agent, John Dow, 5 Commercial street 
Auchterlonie, Alexander, millforeman, 103 Hospital wynd 
Auchterlonie, John, brushmaker, 20 Kincardine street 
Auchterlonie, Thomas, brassmoulder, 54 Main street 
Auchterlonie, Thomas, joiner, 2 Park avenue 
Auchterlonie, William, cabinetmaker, 97 Blackscroft ; h. 99 
Auld, Peter, compositor, 6 North Church street 
Austen, Miss J., optician, 15 Nethergate ; h. 270 Perth road 
Austen, Richard, leatherfinisher, 86 Ferry road 

Badenoch, J. T., law clerk, 5 Pitkerro road 

Baildon, Henry Bellyse, M.A., Cantab., Ph.D., F.R.S.E., lecturer oi| 

English Literature, University College ; h. Elsinore, 338 Blackness rd, 
Bailie, Richard, warehouseman, 11 Clepington street 
Baillie, Alexander F. , harbour porter, 28 Springhill 
Baillie, David, cooper, 25 Dallfield terrace 
Baillie, John, lapper, 41 Victoria street 
Baillie, William W., ironturner, 131 Clepington road 
Baillie, Miss Mary, fancy goods merchant, 32 Arbroath road 
Bain, Alexander, clerk, 78 Lochee road 

Bain, David, cabinetmaker & undertaker, 42 Dura st.; h. 37 Baldovan teri 
Bain, David Beattie, M.D., 3 Airlie place 
Bain, Elizabeth, milliner and draper, 59a Lochee road ; h. 59 
Bain, Henry, Aroslea, Pitkerro road 
Bain, Thomas, shore porter, 140 Ferry road 
Bain, William, tailor and clothier, 135 Victoria road ; h. Ivy cottage; 

Lintrathen place 
Bain, Mrs D., apartments, 45 Peddie street 
Bain, Mrs William G., Victoria villa, 85 Clepington road 
Baird, Adam, & Co., whisky merchants, 20 Reform st., and at Liverpooj 
Baird, James, gas meter inspector, 22 Miller's wynd 
Baird, James, baker, 22 Miller's wynd 

Baird, John M., butcher, 233 Hawkhill ; h. 3 Blackness avenue 
Baird, Marjory S., teacher, Blackness Public School; h. 6 Park terrac 
Baird, Peter F. , grocer & spirit mer., 150 Scouringburn ; h. 246 Blackness rd 
Baird, Richard, houseagent, 94 Scouringburn ; h. 1 Blackness avenue ! 
Baird, Thomas S., mason, 14 Wilkie's lane 

Baird, Vaness C. , accountant, D'ee Savings Bank ; h. Gowanbrae, B. Ferrj 
Baird, Mrs John, dressmaker, 14 Miller's wynd 
Baird, Mrs Mary, 97 Arbroath road 
Baird, Mrs Peter, draper, 41 Reform street 
Baker, W. H., professor of music, 13 Magdalen Yard road 
Balbirnie, D., coaldealer, 5 Small's wynd ; h. 42 
Bald, James C, of John Bald & Son, Cairney mount, West Ferry 
Bald, John, of John Bald & Son, Cairneymount, West Ferry 
Bald, John, & Son, linen warehousemen, 1 High street 


Bales, Frank, shipmaster, 30 Whitehall street 

Balfour, Alexander, of Alexander Balfour & Co., 13 Janefield place 

Balfour, Alexander, & Co., mercantile stationers, printers, and mill 
furnishers, 16 Panmure street 

Balfour, David, wholesale and retail grocer and wine merchant, 125 and 
127 Hawkhill (Telephone No. 849; Telegrams, "Enterprise"); h. 
1 Briarwood terrace 

Balfour, David, moulder, 55 Dura street 

Balfour, David, church-officer, Morison C.U. Church; 7i. 21 Lawrence st. 

Balfour, David B., grocer's assistant, 6 Whitehall crescent 

Balfour, John, joiner, 40 West wynd 

Balfour, John, railway canvasser, 12 Rosebery street 

.Balfour, R. IL, clerk, 3 Balgay avenue 

Balfour, Mrs, confectioner, 138 Princes street 

Balfour, William, gardener, Rockfield, 283 Perth road 

jBalfour, William, mechanic, 172 Lochee road 
, iBalfour, Mrs Elizabeth, 21 Mortimer street 

Balfour, Miss Bella, confectioner, 89 Hilltown 

Balgay Works, Lower Pleasance ; William Nairn, jutespinner 

Balharrie, James, warehouseman, 1 Miller's wynd 

IBallantine, James, wine and spirit merchant, 34 Dens road ; A. Eversley, 
29 Clepington road 

Ballantine, Mrs James, 12 Lammerton terrace 
jiBallantyne, William, joiner, 9 South Ellen street 

iBallentine, William, clerk, 325 Clepington road 
:, Ballingall, David, street porter, 16 Park place 

iBallingall, Hugh, of Ballingall & Son, Ltd. , Ardarroch, 3 Douglas terrace' 

jBallingall, John E. , boilermaker, 53 Milnbank road 

,Ballingall & Son, Ltd., brewers, maltsters, and hop merchants, Park 

and Pleasance Breweries, Lochee road ; office, 6 Ash street 
\ iBallingall, William, of Ballingall & Son, Ltd, Ardarroch, 3 Douglas ten 

Ballingall, Wm. B., wine & sp. mer., 55 Dock st. ; h. 1 Somerville pi. 

jBalloch, Robt., & Co., tea merchts., 19 Ward rd. ; P. Fleming, represent. 

jBalls, Son, & Co., Ltd., wholesale manufacturing furriers, Meadow 
entry (Telephone No. 1531 ; Telegrams, "Balls") 

Balmer, Miss, fruiterer, 123 Hilltown 

Balsillie, James B., draper's assistant, 15 Bellefield avenue 

Balsillie, Mrs John, Milnbank house, 22 Milnbank road 
« Baltic Liuen Works, 28 Annfield road ; Hardie & Smith, manufacturers 
i 3and, David, of Band & Whyte, Balgay terrace, Lochee 

(Band, Henry, draughtsman, 91 Commercial street ; h. 1 Dalhousie ter. 
ipand, James C. S., wine merchant, 192 Hawkhill 

ij pand & Whyte, merchants, 23 Panmure street (Telephone No. 295 ; 
Telegrams, " Contract ") 

Sand, Mrs David, 12 Whitehall crescent 

Sank Mill Works, 40 Milnbank road ; P. Spence Mudie, manufacturer 

Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street ; William G. Leggat, agent 

Banks, Alexander, Carselea, Blackness road 

Banks, William, Advertiser office ; h. 4 Blackness crescent 

Banks, William, 3 Hyndford terrace 

Banks, William A., coachman, Gate lodge, Invergowrie 



Banks, Mrs A. M., 8 Albany terrace 

Bannerraan, David, city chamberlain, City Chambers, 14J High street 

h. 1 Craigiebank terrace 
Bannerman, James, stoker, 22 Forebank road 
Bannerman, Jessie, dressmaker, 36 Dudhope Crescent road 
Bannerman, John, saddler, 3 Brace street 
Bannerman, William, warper, 43 Main street 
Barber, Robert, general dealer, 162 Overgate ; h. 161 
Barbour, Alexander, shuttlemaker, 321 Hilltown 
Barbour, James, calenderworker, 3 Lowden's alley 
Barclay, Alexander, hairdresser, 30 Greenmarket ; h. 15 Exchange stree 
Barclay, Andrew V., baker, 152 Princes street ; h. 3 Arbroath road 
Barclay, George L., clerk, 19 Baldovan terrace 
Barclay, Grant, shipbuilder, Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Co 

Ltd. ; h. Netherlea, Sean eld, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F.14 
Barclay, John, cardriver, 197 Lochee road 
Barclay, Nicoll, fireman, 36 Hospital wynd 
Barclay, William, of Boyack, Barclay, & Co. , Marine cot. , Broughty Fern 
Barclay, Mrs, fruiterer and dairykeeper, 47 Wellgate ; h. 31 
Barker, Andrew, fireman, 16 Baffin street 
BARLOW, T. C, firework artiste, 57 Rose st. ( West) Glasgow. See Adv. p. 10,' 
Barnes, James, newsagent, bookseller, stationer, and tobacconist, 12! 

and 234 Hilltown ; h. 8 Rosebank street 
BARNES, THOS. B., coal, lime, and gravel merchant, 30 Commercial street 

h. Muirton villa, Downfield road. See Adv. p. 41 
Barnet, Charles, marine engineer, 8 Park terrace 

Barnet, Jas., joiner, 7 Union st., Maxwellt'n ; h. 4 William st., Forebanl 
Barnet, Keith, blacksmith, 25 Clepington street 
Barnet, Stewart, clerk, 74 Clepington road 
Barnet, Thomas, carter, 99 Lochee road 
Barnet, Mrs James W., 3 Woodville place 
Barnett, Alexander, carter, 18 William street, Forebank 
Barnett, David, police constable, 333 Clepington road 
Barnett, James, tenter, 103 Hospital wynd 
Barnett, John, calenderworker, 11 Kinloch street 
Barnett, R., insurance agent, 17 Dudhope street 
Barrett, Thomas, labourer, 28 Todburn lane 
Barr, John, superintendent of dredging, 24 Baxter Park terrace 
Barr, Nicholas, shoemaker, 44 Hawkhill 

Barran, Rev. David, Princes Street C.U. Ch. ; h. Cliftonbank, Dalkeith rd. 
Barrett, Edward, tailor, clothier, 23 Ann st. ; h. 42 William st. , Forebanl 
Barrie, Alexander, 331 Clepington road 
Barrie, Alexander R., keeper, Eastern Necropolis, Arbroath road 
Barrie, Charles, of Charles Barrie & Son, Airlie Park, West Ferry 
Barrie, Charles C. , of Charles Barrie & Son, Airlie Park, West Ferry 
Barrie, Chas., &Son, shipowners, ship and insur. brokers, 49Meadowside 
Barrie, David, contractor, 3 Exchange st. (Teleph. No. 93); h. 33 Dock st. 
Barrie, George, of G. & P. Barrie, 49 Mains loan 
BARRIE, G. & P., manufacturers of aerated waters, unfermented fruil 

wines and cordials, and non-intoxicating hop bitter beer and stout. 

151 and 153 Albert street (Telephone No. 389). See Adv. p. 60 


iBarrie, Jas. M. S., tchr., Ann St. Pub. Schl.; h. Cameron cot., Carnoustie 
j Barrie, John C, nosier, Myrtle cottage, 19 Lintrathen gardens 
iBarrie, John P., hosier and outfitter, 41 and 43 Wellgate ; k. Prinlaws, 

25 Lintrathen gardens, West Clepington road 
iBarrie, Joseph J., & Co., merchants, commission and insurance agents, 

10 Panmure street (Telephone No. 286 ; Telegrams, "Barrie") 
Barrie, Peter, of G. & P. Barrie, Dunloan, 31 Shamrock street 
|Barrie, Robert, calenderer, 8 Arbroath road 

Barrie, Rob. S., stationer, printer, 16 Panmure st. ; h, 34 Wellington st. 
Barrie, Thomas, Myrtle cottage, 19 Lintrathen gardens 
Barrie, William, traveller, 2 Bruce street 
f Barrie, William, saddler, 18 Fleuchar street 

Barrie, Wm. P., hatter &hosier,41 Overgate ; /?.Baranuggar,llWortleypl. 
.'Barrie, Mrs John, babylinen warehouse, 264 Perth road; h. 8 Paton's lane 
Barrie, Mrs John D., 9 Peddie street 
■IBarrie, Mrs, 48 Wellgate 

iBarrie, Miss Lizzie, draper, 195 Hilltown ; h. 28 Lawson place 
iBarrie, Miss, The Vine, 43 Magdalen Yard road 
.Barrie, Miss, 71 Clepington road 

Barron & Co., merchants, 2 India buildings (Telephone No. 209 ; Tele- 
grams, "Barronco") ; and at Boyne Bridge Works, Belfast 
i Barron, Peter C, land steward, 2 Park terrace 
Barrowman, John, manager, Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society, 

3 Trades lane ; h. Belrenie cottage, Broughty Ferry 
iBarrowman, John, labourer, 15 Hill street 
jBarry, Arthur E. , of Douglas & Barry, 4 Hawkhill place 
j iBarry, James, baker, 70 King street ; h. 72 
|Bartholomew, John, solicitor, 12 Bank street (Telephone No. 869); h. 6 

Melville terrace 
'Bartholomew, Mrs J. M., 1 Aberlemno terrace, 348 Perth road 
Bartlet, J. L. C, secretary, Caledonian Insurance Co., 35 Albert 

square ; h. 3 Rosewood terrace 
iBarty, John L. A., watchman, 50 Gellatly street 
i Batch elor, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 2 Forester street 
Batchelor, Alexander, of David Duncan & Son, Dunglass, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone No. 298) 
Batchelor, Alex. , painter and decorator, 6 Arthurstone ter. ; h. 1 Sibbald st. 
Batchelor, Benjamin, of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Dunglass, Bro'ty Ferry 
Batchelor, Chas., of Charles Batchelor & Co., Craigmount, Strathmartine 
Batchelor, Chas., & Co., iron, steel, and metal mercts., 5 Royal Exchange 
court (Telephone No. 575; Telegrams, "Batchelor, Iron Merchant") 
Batchelor, Dvd., ch. -officer, St Andrew's U.F. Ch. ; h. 37 St Andrew's st. 
Batchelor, Francis Malcolm, of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Drumgeith, by 

Batchelor, F. M. & G., farmers, Craigie Home farm (Telephone No. 
, 298), and Gotterstone farm, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 69) 
Batchelor, George, patternmaker, 31 North street 
Batchelor, George, wai'ping overseer, 9 Hawkhill 

Batchelor, John J. , coppersmith, sheet brass, iron, and tinplate worker 
and plumber, Victoria Copper Works, west end Victoria dock ; 
h. Rossie cottage, Wormit 


Batchelor ; Joseph, blacksmith, 8 Roslin terrace 

Batchelor, J. A. Guthrie, of F. M. & G. Batchelor, Craigie Home farnlf 

Batchelor, Martin, blacksmith, 144 Lochee road 

Batchelor, Peter, warper, 15 North street 

Batchelor, Robert, potato merchant, and agent for Goulding's artificial i ; 
manures, 9 Craig street (Telephone No. 833) ; h. 28 Windsor street 

Batchelor, Robert F., attendant, Y.M.C.A. ; h. 2 Forester street 

Batchelor, William, mechanic, 17 Clepington street 

Batchelor, William, joiner, 25 Sean eld road 

Batchelor, Mrs J., 9 Ogilvie street 

Batchelor, Mrs, newsagent, 176b Hilltown; h. 2 Ness street 

Batchelor, Miss E., teacher of music, 3 Balfour street 

Bates, James, commission agent, 1 Commercial street ; h. 27 Perth roach 

Bates, William, harbour porter, 3 South Baffin street 

Bathie, Adeline, fruiterer, 51 Main street ; h. 25 Clepington street 

Bathie, David, carpenter, 31 Wellgate 

Bathie, James, ironmoulder, 58 Crescent lane 

Bathie, JohnM. , spirit mer. , 29 W. Dock st. and 1 Craig st. ; h. 312 Perth rd. ! 

Bathie, William, dairyman, 6 Shepherd's loan 

Bathie, Miss Eliza, stationer and tobacconist, 58 Hilltown ; h. 31Wellgate. 

Battersby, Kobt., stationer and tobacconist, 53 N. Wellington st. ; h. 55. 

Battes, James, yarnbundler, 2 Church street, Princes street 

Battes, Jas. K., licensed grocer, 195 Lochee rd.; h. 1 Kilberryst., Lochee, 

Baumbach, Mrs Alfred, milliner, 20 Cowgate 

Baxter, Alex., cabinetmaker and joiner, 83 King st. ; h. 19 Dallfield terrace, 

Baxter, Alexander, engineer, 74 Ferry road 

Baxter, Allan, solicitor, U.S. vice and deputy consul, 31 Murray gate :t 
h. Oaklea, Barnhill 

Baxter Brothers & Co., Limited, spinners and manufacturers, Dens? 
Works, 13 Princes street (Telephone No. 216) ; office, 7 King street; 
(Telephone No. 212 ; Telegrams, "Baxter") 

Baxter & Co., merchants, Baltic buildings (Telephone No. 386; Tele- 
grams, "Baltic") 

Baxter, C. R., & Co., Ltd., distillers and Scotch whisky merchants, 34J 
Candle lane (Telephone No. 77 ; Telegrams, "Barleybree") 

Baxter, David, collector, 38 Park avenue 

Baxter, David W., of D. W. Baxter & Son, Tydbank, Wormit 

Baxter, D. W., of Johnston & Baxter, Parkview, Balgay road 

Baxter, D. W., & Son, carpet manufacturers, Verdant Works, Miln street- 
(Telephone No. 943 ; Telegrams, "Temple") 

Baxter, Edward A., of Baxter & Co., Kincaldrum, Forfar 

Baxter, Fergus M. (M'Intyre Brothers, and Mitchell & Sons), Balunie-j 
field, Broughty Ferry 

Baxter, George, waiter, 172 Hawkhill 

Baxter, George, mechanic, 194 Ferry road 

Baxter, George S., M.Inst.C.E., civil engineer and manager, Water Com- 
mission; office, 93 Commercial st. ; h. Abbotsford cottage, Forfar rd. 3 

Baxter, Sir George W., LL.D., of Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd.,] 
Invereighty, near Forfar 

Baxter, Horatio T., solicitor and notary, 87 Commercial street (Tele- 
phone No. 1105); h. Downiemount, Tayport 


Baxter, Hugh, shipagent, 83 Commercial st. ; h. 2 Lynnewood place 

Baxter, James, coal salesman, 35 Hawkhill 

[Baxter, James, fireman, Tay Oilcake Works, Stannergate 

Baxter, James A., Assoc. San. Inst., superintendent of markets and 

slaughterhouses, East Dock street ; h. 1 Market street 
Baxter, James B., compositor, 133 Victoria road 

i Baxter, Jas. E. , ningr. , secy. , Ice and Cold Storage Co. , Ltd. ; 7i. 23 Step row 
Baxter, James S., of D. W. Baxter & Son, Seton cottage, Ferry road 
Baxter, John, landscape gardener, 30 Clepington road 
'Baxter, John, draughtsman, 15 Baldovan terrace 

Baxter, John B., butcher, 143 Hilltown ; h. Grange terrace, Monifieth 
Baxter, John C, milloverseer, 6 Isla street 
iBaxter, J. C, motor and cvcle merchant, 128 Nethergate (Telephone No. 

1172) ; h. Floralbank," Wormit 
.Baxter, Lewis, spirit merchant's assistant, 12 Lawrence street 
(Baxter, Richard L., of R. L. Baxter & Co., Craigruagh, Tayport 
Baxter, Richard L., & Co., merchants, 31 Murraygate (Telephone No. 
) 83; Telegrams, "Farina") 

Baxter, Robt. , hamcurer,sausagemkr. ,390vergate ; h. 155Strathm'rt'nrd. 
Baxter, Robert, & Co., sack and twine manufacturers, wholesale paper 

merchants, agents for Price's Patent Candle Co. ; rope works, 

Fairmuir ; office and warehouse, 64 and 6Q Bell street 
Baxter, R. & S., mica merchants, 31 Murraygate ; works, Commercial ct. 
Baxter, Stephen L., of R. L. Baxter & Co,, Braeside, West Newport 
^Baxter, Walter, solicitor and notary public, 31 Murraygate 
liBaxter, William, clerk, 52 Magdalen Yard road 
iBaxter, William, hammerman, 17 Craigie street 
((Baxter, Mrs Helen, apartments, 94 Commercial street 
ijBaxter, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 52 Hawkhill 

Baxter, Mrs Jane, pawnbroker & draper, 126 Victoria rd. ; h. 1 Victoria cr. 
:jBaxter, Mrs Robert, 7 Airlie terrace 
iBaxter, Mrs W. E., Ashcliff, Perth road 
IBaxter, Mrs, 3 King's road 
Baxter, Miss E. Ross, 1 Aberlemno terrace 
jBaxter, Miss, missionary, 8 Annfield street 
Baylie, E., & Co. (Stourbridge), manufacturers of highest class crane 

chains ; agent, John Dow, 5 Commercial street 
Bayne, Alexander, vanman, 2 Peddie street 

Bayne, Rev. Jas.,Dudhope Crescent Road U.F. Church ; h. 3Bellefield av. 
Bayne, William, house and insurance agent, 51 High street ; joiner, 

11^ Ann street ; h. 119J Hilltown 
Bayne, Miss Jane, laundress, 5 St Peter street ; h. 2 Peddie street 
iBeardshaw, J., & Son, Ltd., Baltic Steel Works, Sheffield ; agent, 

David K. Milne, lsabank villa, Blackness road 
l;5eat, Charles, fishdealer, 42 Hawkhill ; h. 40 Hunter street 
iBeat, James, railway servant, 27 Isles' lane 
peat, John, bottler, 3 Ure street 

|>eat, John, millmanager, Wallace Works ; li. 6 Springfield 
IBeat, Robert, carpenter, 106 Princes street 
EATH & KEAY, engineers and ironfounders, Albion Foundry, 28 Hill 

street (Telephone No. 412). See Adv. p. 70 



Beath, William W., managing director, Low & Duff, Limited; h. 1 

Reres terrace, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 0255) 
Beath, Mrs David, 12 Baxter Park terrace 
Beaton, Alexander D., telegraphist, 10 Arthurstone terrace 
Beaton, Archibald, butcher, 176 Ferry road 
Beaton, Frank, confectioner, 18 North Tay street 
Beaton, James, mason, 150 Hilltown 
Beaton, James, bleacher, 21 Union place 
Beaton, John, tailor, 14 Stirling street 
Beaton, William, frenchpolisher, 150 Hilltown 
Beats, Alexander, jun., of Alex. Beats & Son, 27 Constitution road 
Beats, Alexander, & Son, slaters, 52 North Lindsay street 
Beats, James, joiner, 28 Springhill 
Beats, James, gardener, Binrock, Perth road 
Beats, Mrs Alexander, 80 Ward road 
Beats, Mrs James, manglekeeper, 17 Hunter street 
Beatson, David, warehouseman, 35 Hawkhill 

Beatson, Mungo, coal merchant, 60 Caldrum st. ; h. 31 Dundonald st. 
Beatson, William, provision merchant, 29 Hunter street ; h. 35 Hawkhill 
Beatt, Charles, ironmonger, 1 Gowrie place 
Beatt, Richard W., clerk, 49 Taylor's lane 

Beatt, Robert, fish merchant, 90 Ann street ■ 

Beattie, Charles, tailor's cutter, 46 Provost road 
Beattie, David, vandriver, South Ward road 
Beattie, George, confectioner, pastrybaker, 71 Overgate; h. 142 Perth rd. 
Beattie, Geo., water inspect., 93 Commercial st.; h. 14 Gray st., B. Ferry 
Beattie, Jas., of A. & S. Henry & Co., Ltd., 6 Kilnburn ter. , E. Newport 
Beattie, Joseph R., of William Beattie & Co., 192 Lochee road 
Beattie, James, pastrybaker and confectioner, 45 Victoria road, 96 Dura; lei 

street, and 21 Cowgate ; h. 92 Victoria road 
Beattie, John, pastrybaker, 92 Victoria road 
Beattie, Robert, confectioner, 49 Dock street ; h. 142 Perth road 
Beattie, William, joiner, 3 North Church street 
BEATTIE, WILLIAM, & CO., brush manufacturers, 52 and 54 Barrack 

street (Telephone No. 1633). See Adv. p. 43 
Beattie, William R., of William Beattie & Co., 20 Pecldie street 
Beattie, Mrs William, 4 Nelson street 

Beattie, Miss Mary, lodgings. 57 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Beaumont, Mrs Robina, 21 Airlie place 
Beckett, Thomas, carpenter, 11 Baffin street 

Bedson, George, sergeant-major, 1st V.B.R.H., 28 Baldovan terrace feel 
Beedie, Alexander, joiner, 62 Caldrum street el 

Beedie, Alexander, lodgekeeper, 20 South George street 
Beedie, John, of John Beedie & Son, 1 Osborne terrace, Broughty Ferrji fe] 
Beedie, John M., clerk, 4 Lytton street lei 

BEEDIE, JOHN.&SOM, woodturners, 2lNorth Tay street. See Adv. p. &£t 
Beedie, William, clerk, 43 Lyon street 
Beedie, Mrs William, 19 Wellington street 
Begbie, James, joiner, 25 Park avenue 
Begbie, John, assistant inspector of poor, 5 Rustic place |el 

Begbie, John, clerk, 46 Provost road 




Begg, Arthur, late tailor and clothier, The Limes, 14 E. Somerville place 
Segg, Arthur, patternmaker, 150 Albert street 
Begg, Frank M., compositor, 27 Scott street 

Begg, Helen, dairykeeper, 127 Albert street ; h. 4 Balmore street 
Begg, William, dairyman, 11 Stirling street 
[Begg, Win,, grocer and spirit merchant, 109 Perth road ; h. 1 Ryehilllane 
■Begg, Mrs J. S., tobacconist and sub-postmistress, South Union street 

Post Office ; h. 4 Dock street 
Beharie, Alexander, tobacconist, 53 Dock street ; h. 4 Gellatly street 
Beharie, A., dist. agt., Liverpool Victoria Legal Fdly. Socy., 72 Bellst. 
Beharrie, Allan, butcher, 95 Peddie street 
Belford, Jas. G., of Charles Norrie & Sous, Tayside, Wormit ■ 
jBelgium, Vice-consul for — B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
Bell, Alexander, moulder, 49 Erskine street 
Bell, Alexander, joiner, 57 Ure street 

Bell, Alex. H., merchant, 12 Panmurest. ; h. Fairfield, Colinsburgh, Fif 
Bell, Alexander, of Alexander Bell & Co., The Cottage, Barnhill 
Bell, Alexander, of William Bell & Son, Waverley cottage, Wormit 
Bell, Alexander, & Co., tea merchants, 33 Exchange street 
Bell, Andrew, shipsteward, 11 Park lane 
Bell, Annie, 5 Blackness avenue 

Bell, Arch^ , solicitor and notary, 3 Seagate ; h. Ashton villa, 1 3 Shamrock st. 
IBell, Rev. A. , D. D. , Chapelshade Estab. Ch. ; h. Ashton villa, 1 3 Shamrock st. 
Bell, Archibald C. , Royal Victoi-ia Hospital lodge, Blackness road 
jBell, Charles, late cowfeeder, 10 Rosebery street 
Bell, Charles, waiter, 76 Lochee road 

Bell,Chas.C.,wholesl. tea mer., 22 St Andrew's st. ; h. 9 Rennypl.,W.F'ry 
Bell, F. W. Raikes, motor engineer, 73-75 N. Tayst, ; h. Pitcullo, Dairsie 
(Bell, George, pawnbroker, 74, 76, and 78 Cowgate 

Bell, Geo., pastrybaker, 16 Hunter st. and 254Hawkhill; A. 19Milnb'krd. 
Bell, Geo. G. , commis. agent, 1 Commercial st.; h. Norwood, E. Newport 
Bell, George W., ship's officer, 7 Bonnybank road 
(Bell & Henderson, solicitors and notaries public, 10 Whitehall street 

(Telephone No. 422) 
Bell, James, ironturner, 74 Arklay street 
Jell, James, waiter, 10 Rosebery street 
Bell, James, commission agent, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Bell, James, clothier, 100 Hawkhill ; h. 62 Walton street 
Bell, James, mason, 3 Arklay street 
Bell, James Harriott, Belmont, 15 Perth road 
Bell, James M., merchant, 2 India buildings ; h. Pitcullo, Dairsie 
Jell, John, 17 Cleghorn street 

Jell, John, superintendent, Telegraph Office ; h. 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Bell, John, carver and gilder, 51 Overgate 
Jell, John W. , Belmont, 15 Perth road 
Bell, Patrick P., electric cardriver, 12 Lawrence street 
Jell, Peter, patternmaker, 23 Tait's lane 
Jell, Phillipson, district superintendent, Pearl Life Assurance, 30 

Meadowside ; h. 26 Baxter Park terrace 
Bell, Rannie, & Co., wine merchants, 43 Commercial street (Telephone 

No. 589a) ; agent, George C. Keiller 


Bell, Richard, painter, 17 Blackness street 

Bell, Robert, stereotyper, 166 Lochee road 

Bell, Robert, joiner and builder, 32 Benvie road ; h. 30 Pitfour street 

Bell, Robert, milloverseer, 51 Crescent street 

Bell, Robert, mechanic, 34 Baldovan terrace 

Bell, Robert, of Bell & Sime, Ltd., Pinemount, Norwood crescent 

Bell, Robert L., boiler inspector, 45 Baldovan terrace - 

Bell & Sime, Ltd., timber merchants, Marine parade (Telephone No. 

55 ; Telegrams, " Belsim") 
Bell, Thomas, merchant, Belmont Works ; h. Hazelwood, West Ferry 
Bell, Thomas, patternmaker, 40 Baldovan terrace 
Bell, Thomas, & Sons, of Dundee, Limited, merchants, spinners, and 

manufacturers, Belmont Works, 118c Hawkhill (Telephone No. 807 ; 

Telegrams, "Belmont") ; and Heathfield Works, Hawkhill (Tele- 
phone No. 835) ; W. C. Smith, secretary 
Bell, William, dresser, 18 King's road 

Bell, William, fish and fruit dealer, 19 N. George st. ; h. 82 James st. 
Bell, William, painter, 35 St Peter street 
Bell, William, superintendent of agents, Prudential Assurance Co. , Ltd. ; 

district office, 31 Albert square ; h. Ardmore, 65 Clepington road 
Bell, William, clerk, 142 Perth road 

Bell, Wm. Arthur, of Bell & Henderson, Osborne villa, Magdalen green 
Bell, William M., agent for Combe-Barbour branch of Fairbairn, 

Lawson, Combe, Barbour, Ltd. , Baltic buildings ; h. Bellgray villa, 

Ferry road, Monifieth 
Bell, William, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 10 High street 
Bell, Mrs A. Rattray, 356 Perth road 
Bell, Mrs David, funeral undertaker, 51 Ann street 
Bell, Mrs James, Pinemount, 2 Norwood crescent 
Bell, Mrs Mary, confectioner, 256 Perth road 
Bell, Miss, Craigard, 1 Norwood crescent 

Bell, Miss Jessie, tobacconist, 113 Princes street ; h. 11 Murraygate 
Bell, Miss Lizzie, grocer, 45 Larch street 
Bell, Misses, 3 Minto place 

Bellamy, Charles, carpetweaver, 183 Clepington road 
Belmont Works, 118c Hawkhill; Thomas Bell & Sons, of Dundee, Ltd., 

merchants, spinners, and manufacturers ; W. C. Smith, secretary 
Bennet, Alexander, mechanic, 1 Meadow entry 
Bennet, Alex. M., of David Bennet & Sons, 248 Blackness road 
Bennet, Chas. M., of David Bennet & Sons, 26 Isles' lane 
BENNET, DAVID, cartwright and blacksmith, 66 Ward road ; h. 31 

Hawkhill. See Adv. p. 102 
BENNET, DAVID, & SONS, joiners, cartwrights, blacksmiths, van and 

lorry builders, 20 and 22 East Henderson's wynd. See Adv. p. 58 
Bennet, Hector, shipwright, 68 St Andrew's street 
Bennet, William, builder and contractor, 41 Reform street ; yard, 11 

Parker street ; h. 93 Arbroath road 
Bennet, Mrs David, 11 East Henderson's wynd 

Bennett, Thos.,boot, shoe, clog mnfr. ,99, 101 Overgate ; h. 5 St Mary's ter. 
Bennett, Mrs, 175 Lochee road 
Benson, Rev. James M. , St Clement's Est, Church ; h. 5 Hermonhill ter. 


Ben vie, James R., aerated water manager, 33 Rosebank street ; h. Cluny 

cottage, 313 Clepington road 
Benvie, Thomas, packer, 38 Kemback street 
Benvie, Mrs William, 9 Somerville place 
I Benvie, Mrs William, stationer, 232 Loehee road 
Benzie, Peter C, bookcutter, 51 Taylor's lane 
Beocher, James, plumber, 152a Loehee road 
Beocher, John, cabinetmaker, 137 Loehee road 

Berg, E. P., of Berg, Sons, & Co., Ltd., 5 Duntrune terrace, Bro'ty Ferry 
Berg, R. J., merchant, 4 Panmure st. ; h. 12 Duntrune ter., Bro. Ferry 
, Berg & Son, agents, 4 Panmure street 
Berg, Sons, & Co., Ltd., merchants, 4 Panmure street (Telephone No. 288 ; 

Telegrams, "Dundonian") ; and 22 Billiter street, London, E.C. 
Berlitz Schools of Languages, Ltd., 65 Commercial st.; P. Parisset, mngr. 
Bernard, James, waiter, 61 Peddie street 

Berry, Agnes, dairy produce dealer, 115 Ann street ; h. 63 Albert street 
Berry, George, railway signalman, 7 St Peter street 
Berry, George A., wholesale provision merchant, 15 West Dock street 

(Telephone No. 769) ; h. 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Berry, James, gardener, 41 William street, Forebank 
Berry, Thomas, A.M. I. Mech.E.,mercht.,machineryagent,machinemaker, 

and millfurnisher, 55 Cowgate, and at Edinburgh and Glasgow 
Berry, William, vanman, 67 Crescent street 
Bertie, Alexander, coaldealer, 2 Wellington street 
Bertie, James, manager, 12 Perth road 
Bertie, John, boilermaker, 3 Castle lane 

Bertie, William, teacher, Balfour Street Public School ; h. 1 1 Springfield 
Berwick, William, engineer, 25 South Lindsay street 
Beswick, J. L., district manager, Royal Liver Friendly Society, 

73 Murraygate ; h. 145 Albert street 
Bethune, David, joiner, 11 Bonnybank road 

Bett, Thomas, & Co., flax and hemp merchants, 2 Boyal Exchange court 
Bett, Mrs, 5 Baxter Park terrace 
Betts, Mrs Helen, grocer, 52 Hilltown ; h. 3 
Beveridge, Andrew, waiter, 54 Blackness road 


I Beveridge 

Andrew, waiter, 8 Brown street 
George, sanitary inspector, 90 Victoria road 
Harry, temperance bar, 92 Scouringburn 
Harry, electrician, 3 Ure street 
James, contractor, Oswald cottage, Fairfield road 
John, pianist, 14 Lawrence street 

John, manager, Dundee Tramway and Carriage Co., Ltd., 188 
road ; h. Westfield house, 25 Magdalen Yard road 
Rev. J., B.D., Bell Street U.F. Church ; h. 8 Prospect place 
Robert A. , cabinetmaker, 56 Magdalen Yard road 
W., plumber, 32 Dudhope street 
Mrs David, stationer and tobacconist, 30 Ferry road 
Miss Jean, headmistress, Deaf and Dumb School, Dudhope 
park ; h. 8 Prospect place 

Bewick, George, factory overseer, 8 Park avenue 

Bewick, Martin, calenderworker, 1 Blackheath place 


Bewick, Miss Annie, teacher of music, 246 Perth road 

Bews, John, coal salesman, 43 Peddie street 

Bingham, William, carpetweaver, 6 Annfield street 

Binnie, Alexander, tailor, 26 Peddie street 

Binnie, Mrs, licensed broker, 6 Walton street 

Binny, James, of James Binny & Co., Riverview, Blackness road 

Binny, James, & Co., builders, Rosefield street 

Bird, John, engineer, 42 Baldovan terrace 

BIRD, THOMAS, pianoforte tuner, 76 Ward road ; h. 2 Lytton street. 

See Adv. p. 49 
Birmingham, Bridget, pawnbroker, 155 Hawkhill ; h. 11 Reform street 
Birne, Miss, apartments, 22 Garland place 
Birnie, Alex., optician and photographic instrument maker, 4 S. Lindsay 

street ; h. 25 Nethergate 
Birnie, Miss, 1 West Bell street 
Birrel, Francis, goods guard, 12 Peddie street 
Birrell, Alexander, joiner, 7 Ward road 

Birrell, Andrew, bootmaker, 107 to 113 Overgate; h. Cragside, Wormit 
Birrell, Andrew, dairykeeper, 100 Rosebank street ; h. 6 Kinloch street 
BIRRELL, JAMES, painter and decorator, 189 Princes street; h. 58 

Crescent lane. See Adv. p. 94 
Birrell, J. W., clerk, 1 Ford's lane 
Birrell. William, confectioner, 48 Charles street 
Birse, David, joiner, 133 Perth road 

Birse, George C, marine engineer, 16 Baxter Park terrace 
Birse, James K., baker, 152 Ann street ; h. 7 South Ellen street 
Birse, John, tailor and clothier, 17 Blackness street - 
Birse, John, flesher, 133 Perth road 

Birse, J. Stuart, teacher of dancing, 33 Dnndonald street 
Birse, Robert, cabinetmaker, 28 Carmichael street 
Birse, William, fish merchant and contractor, 15 Erskine street 
Birse, Mrs, midwife, 38 Peddie street 
Birse, Mrs, 6 Kinnaird street 
Birse, Mrs, 64 Nethergate 

Bissell, Fred. C, toolmaker, 141 Clepington road 
Bisset, Christopher J., sheriff-clerk of Forfarshire, Courthouse, West 

Bell street ; h. 7 Windsor street 
Bisset, David, railway agent, 15 S. Union st. ; h. Beach cot., B. Ferry 
Bisset, David, outdoor inspector of poor, 35 Dundonald street 
Bisset, David, secretary, Francis East & Co., Ltd., 5 Fort street 
Bisset, James, photographer, 7 Rosefield street 
Bisset, James, gravedigger, 34 Fleuchar street 

Bisset, James, sheriff-officer, J. P. constable and burgh officer, 51 High st. 
Bisset, John, jute broker, insurance and oil agent, 2 India buildings ; 

h. Westerton, Wormit 
Bisset, John N. , of William Bisset & Son, 1 Adelaide place 
Bisset, Robt. C, grocer & wine merchant, 71-73 Princes st. ; h. 5 Fort st. 
Bisset, Thomas, joiner, 3 Balgay avenue 
Bisset, William, compositor, 4 Gardner's lane 
BISSET, WILLIAM, & SON, saddlers and harnessmakers, 57 Reform street. 

See Adv. p. 49 


BISSET, WILLIAM S„ tailor and clothier, 179 Victoria road ; h. 1 Wortley 
place. See Adv. p. 64 

Bisset, Mrs C. J. , 5 Fort street 

Bisset, Mrs, confectioner, 15 Annfield street 

Bisset, Mrs, dressmaker, 2 Urquhart street 

Bisset, Miss, Ashbank, 12 East Somerville place 

Bissland, John, bootmaker, 1a Wolseley street 

Black, Adam, caretaker, Tay Street School, South Tay street 

Black, Alexander, confectioner, 24 Rosebank road 

Black, Andrew, traveller, 1 Bellefield avenue 

Black, David, late dockmaster, 30 Balfour street 

Black, David, moulder, 8 Benvie road 

Black, David, clerk, 164 Lochee road 

Black, George, manager, Belmont Works ; h. 9 Mountpleasant 

Black, George, confectioner, 1 1 Constitution street 

Black, George B. , mercht. , Queen Victoria Works ; h. Hermitage, Tayport 

Black, G., street porter, 46 Small's wynd 

Black, Helen, 1 West Bell street 

Black, Hugh F. , produce merchant, 23 Murraygate ; h. 14 Garland place 

Black, H. B., commercial traveller, 2 Dalhousie terrace 

Black, James, draper, 114 Princes st. ; h. Daisy cot., 14 Shamrock st. 

Black, John, tenter, 2 Tullideph road 

Black, John, milioverseer, 1 Blackheath place 

Black, Peter, warehouseman, 7 Cowgate 

Black, Wm., jute, cloth, & yarn bleacher, Harestane Bleachfield, Mains 

Black, William, printer, 45 Lyon street 

Black, William, contractor, 48 Victoria road 

Black, William, grocer, 181 Strathmartine road; h. 341 Clepington road 

Black, William, moulder, 43 Erskine street 

Black, William, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, engraver, and stamp- 
cutter, 40 Murraygate 

Black, Mrs James, 8 Balmore street 

Black, Mrs James, 182 Lochee road 

Black, Mrs James, greengrocer, 197 Hawkhill ; h. 1 Blackheath place 

Black, Mrs John, 244 Clepington road 

Black, Mrs, 98 Rosebank street 

Black, Mrs, 2 Lytton street 

Blackadder & Allan, architects, land surveyors, and civil engineers, 
41 Reform street 

Blackadder, Robert, of Blackadder & Allan, Edrom, West Ferry 

Blackie, Peter, police sergeant, 244 Blackness road 

Blacklaws, Mrs, 46 Castle street 

Blacklock, David, plumber, 81 Victoria road 

Blackness Foundry, Larch st.; Urquhart, Lindsay , & Co. , Ltd., engineers 

Blackwood, Alex., working jeweller and electro gilder and plater, 14 
New Inn entry ; h. 13 Union place 

Blackwood, Andrew, B.Sc, teacher, 4 Westfield place 

Blackwood, A. G., 8 Garland place 

Blackwood, George, 4 Bellefield avenue 

Blackwood, Henry, manager, Dundee Aerated Water Manufacturing Co., 
Limited ; h, 21 Magdalen Yard road 


Blackwood, J., sack and coal merchant and contractor, 10 Queen street ;\ 

h. 133 Victoria road 
Blackwood, Robert, lithographer, 21 North Tay street (Telephone No 

1291); h. 57 Cleghorn street 
Blackwood, William, Midland District agent, Scottish Permissive Bill 

and Temperance Association, 8 Garland place 
Blain, James, carter, 339 Loons road 
Blain, John, tailor's cutter, 2 Willison street 

Blair, Alex., wine mercht., 174, 176 Hawkhill; h. Victoria ter. , Tayport 
Blair, Alexander, dairy produce dealer, 67 Hawkhill ; h. 80 
Blair, David, teacher of dancing, 88 Strathmartine road 
Blair, David, guard, 106 Annneld road 

Blair, David C, tailor and clothier, 265 Hawkhill ; h. 14 Ford's lane 
Blair, David M., engineer, 89 Arbroath road 
Blair, D. D. , cashier, Shaftesbury road 
Blair, Frank R., naval architect, Oamperdown Shipyard ; h. Ashbank 

cottage, Forfar road 
Blair, George, tinsmith, 24 North Ellen street 
Blair, James, calenderworker, 84 Hill street 

Blair, James Reid, solicitor, 31 Albert square ; h. 21 Airlie place 
Blair, John, warping overseer, 58 Peddie street 
Blair, Peter, retired shipmaster, 4 Dock street 
Blair, Robert, factory overseer, 18 Arbroath road 
Blair, Robert, grocer, 321 Clepington road 
Blair, S., stationer, 121 Overgate ; h. 4 North Lindsay street 
Blair, Thomas Peters, chief officer, 45 Cleghorn street 
Blair, William, frenchpolisher, 9 Erskine street 

Blair, Wm. B., merchant, 63 Cowgate ; h. 8 Douglas ter., Bro'ty Ferry 
Blair, Wm. C. , grocer &spt. mer. , 1 N. Church st. ; h. 3 Victoria ter. ,Tayport 
Blair, Mrs Joanna F., general dealer, 16 Kinnaird street 
Blair, Mrs J., 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
Blair, Mrs Margaret, Glassite Church, 4 King street 
Blair, Mrs, 8 Eliza street 

Blemrid Eczema Cure Co., 1 Commercial street 
Bloch, Benjamin, jeweller and draper, 57 Rosebank street 
Bloch, Joseph, hon secy., Hebrew congregation; h. 11 Baxter Park ter. 
Bloch, Maurice, commercial traveller, 11 Baxter Park terrace 
Bloch, Mrs Elias, wholesale pictureframe maker and glass merchant, 

9 Alexander street ; h. 1 1 Baxter Park terrace 
Blues, Robert T., furniture salesman, 321 Clepington road 
Blumenreich, Mrs W. H., 8 Airlie terrace 
Blyth, Alexander, powerloom tenter, 6 Cleghorn street 
Blyth, Charles, hacklemaker, 22 St Mary's place 
Blyth, James, joiner, 32 Raglan street 
Blyth, James, shore porter, 90 Dens road 
Blyth, Robert, vanman, 14 Lawrence street 

Blyth, W., grocer and spirit mercht., 4 Hospital wynd ; h. 10 Lorimer st. 
Boa, John, church-officer, St Matthew's Parish Church ; h. 80 Ferry road 
Boak, Mrs, 105 Strathmartine road 

Boase, Charles M., of Boase & Co., Ltd.. Claverhouse, Mains 
Boase & Co., Ltd., yarn bleachers and yarn millers, Claverhouse, Mains 


j Boase, G. H. Lindsay, mercht., 39 St Andrew's st.; h. Binrock, Perth rd. 
Boase, Henry, & Co., Ltd., jute spinners and manufacturers, Wellfield 

Works, Kemback street (Exchange Box No. 36, Telephone No. 289 ; 

Telegrams, "Boase") 
Boase, Philip M, merchant, 39 St Andrews st. ; h. Mayfield, St Andrews 
Boase Spinning Company, Limited, The, flax, hemp, and jute spinners, 

merchants and manufacturers, twine spinners, waterproof cover 

makers, Rockwell Works, Dundee ; Jamaica Works, Dundee ; 

Hawkslaw Works, Leven ; offices, 39 St Andrew's street, Dundee ; 

and at 4 Aldermanbury avenue, London ; 2 Covent garden, 

Liverpool ; 16 Waterloo lane, Glasgow 
Boase, William Lindsay, general manager of The Boase Spinning Co., 

Limited, Binrock, Perth road 
Boase, William Norman, merchant, 39 St Andrew's street; h. The White 

House, St Andrews 
Boase, Mrs Henry S., 82 Seafield road 
t Boase, Miss, 23 Perth road 
Boath, Allan, painter and decorator, 141 and 143 Nethergate (Telephone 

No. 638) ; h. 171 Perth road 
Boath, Andrew, attendant, University College ; h. 182 Lochee road 
Boath, Charles, postman, 4 Gardner street 
;;Boath, David, jun., mason, 88 Strathmartine road 

jBoath, David, & Son, masons & contrctrs., 37 Derby st. ; k. 15 Paterson st. 
Boath, James, flesher, 158 Lochee road ; h. 168 
[Boath, John, tailor, 2 Gardner street 
iBoath, Richmond, woodturner, 76 Clepington road 
iBoath, William, warping overseer, 321 Clepington road 
iBoath, Mrs William, Laurelbank, Dalkeith road 
jBoath, Misses, dressmakers, 86 Dura street ; h. 3 Pitkerro road 
Bodega Co. , Ltd. , Spanish wine cellars, shippers and importers, 3 Murray- 
gate (Telephone No. 190; Telegrams, "Bodega") 
Bogan, Mrs, 20 Mid street 

Bogue, Davidson, wine and spirit merchant, 26 and 28 Scouringburn ; 
I h. 118^ Hawkhill 
logue, John, waste merchant, 44 Tait's lane (Exchange Box No. 35) ; 

h. 73 Annfield road 
Bogue, John, butcher, 189 Hilltown ; h. 3 North Church street 
;Bogue, Mrs, broker, 2 St Salvador street ; h. 3 North Church street 
Bogue, Miss Mary B., 118J Hawkhill 

Poland, J. H, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., &c, L.M., 4 Park place 
: 3onar, George, 4 Argyle street 

Bonar, George, of Low & Bonar, 3 Balgillo crescent, Broughty Ferry 
(Bonar, James, boatbuilder, 120 Victoria road 
Bonar, Thomas, slater, 4 Stirling street 

ijBonar, Miss A., stationer, 226 Hilltown ; h. 4 Stirling street 
iBonar, Miss B., dairy keeper, 228 Hilltown ; h. 4 Stirling street 
Bonar, Miss L., china merchant, 125 Albert street ; h. 4 Stirling street 
Bond, Tom, commercial traveller, Richmondlea, 59 Clepington road 

(Telephone No. 13x1) 
ionded Warehouse No. 1, 28 Dock st. ; George Morton, Ltd., proprietors 
3onded Warehouse, No. 2, 81 Seagate 



Bonded Warehouse, No. 4, 99, 101 Seagate ; Jas. Watson & Co. , Ld. , props. 

Bonded Warehouse, No. 5, 2 Candle lane; John Robertson & Son, Ld., props. 

Bone, James, clerk, 114 Arklay street 

Bone, Robert B., clerk, 18 Whitehall crescent 

Bonner, James, shipwright, 19 St Matthew street 

Booth, Andrew, mason, 7 Small's wynd 

Booth, A. L., merchant and agent, Barrybank, Rankine street 

Booth, A. P., joiner, 58 Mains road 

Booth, James, waiter, 116 Arklay street 

Booth Steamship Co., Ltd., steamers to Marnaham, Parnahiba, Ceara, 
Para, and Manaos ; M. Langlands & Sons, agents, 39 Dock street 

Booth, Mrs D. , 78 Lochee road 

Booth, Mrs, 31 Reform street 

Boothroyde, John, grocer, 11 Lochee road; h. 15 

Borrie, David, joiner, 11 Balfour street 

Borrie, John, painter, 347 Loons road 

Borrie, Robert, stationer and tobacconist, 183 Perth road 

Borrie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 10 Kinloch street 

Boswell, David, of David Boswell, Ltd. , 3 Arbroath road 

BOSWELL, DAVID, Ltd., brassfounders, Tay Brass Works, East Dock 
street. See Adv. p. 27 

Boswell, James, enginedriver, 91 Peddie street 

Bottoms, Henry, porter, 5 Temple lane 

Boucher, Robert, teacher, 43 Cleghorn street 

Bourtreehill Coal Company, Limited; manufacturers of all kinds of fire 
clay goods and porcelain enamelled sanitary specialities ; works, 
Bourtreehill Fireclay and Enamelling Works, Dreghorn, Ayrshire ; 
Warrix Fireclay and Enamelling Works, Irvine, Ayrshire ; Loch- 
head Fireclay and Enamelling Works, Dunfermline ; representa- 
tive, David S. Chaplain, 1 Westfield lane, Perth road 

Bovaird, Rt., coml. travlr. (Bowman & Webster, Aberdeen), 4 Cowrie st. 

Bowbridge Works, Mains rd. and Thistle st. ; J. & A. D. Grimond, Ltd. 

Bowden, Fred. , grocer and wine merchant, 97 Hawkhill ; h. I Rustic place 

Bowden, John, egg merchant, 43 King street 

Bowen, John, chimneysweeper, 11 Milnbank road 

Bower Mill, Douglas street ; John Sharp & Sons, Ltd., spinners 

Bowes, George, junior, ironturner, 42 St Mary's place 

Bowes, John, printer, 60 Magdalen Yard road 

Bowes, Miss A. S., grocer, spt. mer., 100 Blackness rd. ; h. 40 St Mary's pi. 

BoAvie Brothers, drapers and clothiers, 183 Lochee road 

Bowie, James, machineman, 93 Peddie street 

Bowie, John, of Bowie Brothers, 180 Lochee road 

Bowie, Robert, of Bowie Brothers, 7 Parker street 

Bowles, David, shipmaster, 16 Baxter Park terrace 

Bowman, Alexander, tailor, 25 Union place 

Bowman, Alexander, painter, 11 Cardean street 

Bowman, Charles R., warehouseman, 12 Balmore street 

Bowman, James, tenter, 7 Cardean street 

Bowman, John, hammerman, 23 Union street, Charles street 

Bowman, John G., grocer and spirit merchant, 117 Strathmartine road 
(Telephone No. 20x2) ; h. Lawview villa, 309 Clepington road 



Bowman, Robert, painter, 6 Lawrence street 

Bowman & Webster, cork manufs. , 4 Gowrie st. , and Aberdeen and Seville 

Bowman, William, engineer, 50 Lily bank road 

Boyack, Alexander, collector, 40 Wilkie's lane 

Boyack, Barclay, &Co., merchants and manufacturers, 30Meadowside 

Boyack, David, calenderworker, 25 Charles street 

Boyack, Frank, currier, 53 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 

Boyack, Lizzie, fruiterer, 146a Hilltown ; h. 25 Charles street 

Boyack, Peter, mechanic, 57 Mains road 

Boyack, Mrs A., draper, 163^ Hawkhill ; h. 51 Crescent street 

Boyd, Alexander, enginefitter, 9 Arklay street 

Boyd, David, ropespinner, 20 Hill street 

Boyd, George, teacher, 3 Dalhousie terrace 

Boyd, Hugh, street porter, 169 Hilltown 

Boyd, James G., of James G. Boyd & Son, 32 Westport 

Boyd, James G., & Son, marble cutters and monumental sculptors, top 

of Barrack street 
Boyd, John, hairdresser, 97 Nethergate ; h. 15 Bellefield avenue 
Boyd, John D., hairdresser, 102 Annfield road ; h. 13 Benvie road 
Boyd, Sydney M. , bookkeeper, 27 Scott street 

Boyd, T. C, solicitor, 3 Seagate ; h. Auburn terrace, Mylnefield feus 
Boyd, Wm., works mangr., A. B. Fleming, & Co., Ltd.; h. 3 Baffin st. 
Boyd, William, managing director, James Keiller & Son, Ltd. ; h. Clare- 

mont, West Ferry 
Boyd, William, postman, 24 Ellen street 
Boyd, William B., clerk, 5 Balmore street 
|Boyd, Mrs James, 87 Perth road 
Boyd, Mrs, apartments, 29 Morgan street 
Boyd, Mrs, 161 Strathmartine road 

Boyes, Rev. Jas. Alex., curate, S. Salvador's Epis. Ch. ; h. 7 S. George st. 
Boyle, John, dyer and cleaner, 240 Lochee road 
Boyle, Richard H., ship draughtsman, 13 Janefield place 
Boyle, Robert S., paper- ruler, 42 Step row 
Boyter, Alexander, clerk, 43 Castle street 
Boyter, Mrs Alexander, 43 Castle street 
Bradford, Charles G. , confectioner, 1 Eden street 
Bradford, George, carpenter, 36 Victoria street 
Bradford, James M., merchant and manufacturer, Baltic buildings; h. 

Braemount, 9 Albany terrace (Telephone No. 247) 
Bradford, John S., & Co., waste merchants, Baltic Street Waste Works ; 

offices, Baltic buildings (Telephone No. 8) 
Bradford, Thomas M., Prudential Assurance agent, 11 Dudhope street 
Bradford, Mrs John S., 2 Albany terrace 
Bradley, James, overseer, 6 Peddie street 
Bradley, Miss E. C, grocer, 77 Wilkie's lane 
Brady, Ann, grocer, 23 North Ellen street 
Brady, Edward, assurance agent, 13 Ellen street 
Brady, James, organist and musical director, St Mary's R.C. Church, 

and teacher of music, 8 Forest Park road 
Brady, P. , bottler, 52 Walton street ; h. 6 Cherryfielcl lane 
Brady, W.J. T., instructor, " Mars " Training Ship ; h. 22 Forest Park rd. 







Braid, Charles IX, oil, paint, colour, and wall-paper merchant, varnish 

manufacturer, tar, pitch, rosin, lamp glass importer, shipchandler, 

32 and 34 Commercial street ; h. Whinbrae, Tayport 
Braid, George, clerk, 49 Dens road 
Braid, George, mechanic, 12 Forest Park road 
Braid, James, coachman, 41 Ure street 
Braid, John F., cashier, 4 Aberlemno terrace 
Braid, Thomas, of William Braid & Co. , 62 Walton street 
BRAID, WILLIAM, & CO., coach, van, and lorry builders, 77 Annfield 

road. See Adv. p. 103 
Braithwaite, James Allan, tea merchant and coffee roaster, 15 High st> 

(Telephone No. 1y5 ; Telegrams, "Braithwaite, Pillars"); h. 

Taybank cottage, Barnhill 
BRAND, CHARLES, slater, cement worker, and jobbing mason, dealer in 

all kinds of new and second-hand building material, buildings 

demolished, 146 Overgate (Telephone No. 1014); h. 37 Nethergate. 

See Adv. p. 69 
Brand, Francis, bootcloser, 86 Nethergate 
Brand, Frank, law clerk, 34 Benvie road 
Brand, James, ship carpenter, 63 Watson street 
Brand, Joshua, organist, 86 Nethergate 

Brand, Robt., wine and spirit mer., 42 and 44 Bell st. ; h. 30 Pitfour st. 
Brand, Robert, light porter, 34 Annfield row 
Brand, Thomas, carter, 101 Victoria road 
Brand, Thomas S., 2 Lytton street 

Brand, Wm. , manager, Bodega Co. , Ltd. , 3 Murraygate ; h. 51 Dens rd. 
Brand, Mrs Alexander, laundress, 238 Perth road ; h. 1 Thomson street 
Brand, Miss, dressmaker, 56 and 58 Polepark road ; h. 109 Lochee road 
Brand, Misses, Brooklyn, 6 Lammerton terrace 
Brander, George, tailor, 8a King street 
Brannigan, Patrick, baker, 59 Provost road 
Brash, Richard, enginedriver, 34 Annfield row 
Brazil, Vice-consul for — David Small, jun., 31 Albert square 
Brebner, James, M.A., rector, Harris Academy; h. 2 Scotswood terrace 
Bremner, Alexander, carter, 59 Blackscroft 
Bremner & Co., oil, colour, and wholesale wallpaper and picture 

moulding merchants, 229 Overgate 
BREMNER, DAVID, plumber, 12 East Dock street ; h. Cunningham's 

cottages, West Ferry. See Adv. p. 32 
Bremner, David, cooper, 16 Forebank road 
Bremner, D. , 4 Airlie terrace 

Bremner, George, gardener, Glamis house, Perth road 
Bremner, James, mechanic, 88 Rosebank street 
Bremner, James, sculptor, 88 Arbroath road (Telephone No. 24x1); 

h. Marshall place, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Bremner, John, c/o A. & S. Henry & Co., Ld., 49 Meadowside; h. Esley, 

West Newport 
Bremner, John, mason, 23 Baxter street 

Bremner, Wm., agent, Clydesdale Bank; h. Fort- William hse., W. Ferry 
Bremner, Mrs M. , wine and spirit merchant, 1 Glamis street ; h 

Balgonie cottage, Balgray street 





Bremner, Mrs, 10 William street, Forebank 
Brennane, Mrs Janet, dressmaker, 3 Hilltown 
jBriarty, T. J., grocer and spirit merchant, 28 Dudhope Crescent road ; 

h. 31 Scouringburn 
Brickman, J. Otto, stockbroker, 54 Bell street (Telephone No. 535 ; 

Telegrams, "Brickman"); h. 1 Windsor street 
Bridie, David A., blacksmith, 9 Eden street 
Bridie, Mrs W., 8 Arbroath road 
iBriggs, George, ironmoulder, 42 Scott street 
iBriggs, James A., of William Briggs & Sons, Ltd., Achnashie, 330 

Blackness road (Telephone No. 1118) 
ijBRIGGS, WILLIAM, & SONS, Ltd., chemical and asphalte manufacturers and 

contractors for bituminous enamel and solution work, 13 Panmure 

st. (Telegrams, "Cement"; Teleph. No. 1164); chemical works, 

Elliot Junction and Ladybank. See Adv. p. 59 
iBriggs, William, coalagent, 18 Albert street 

IBritish Chicago Rawhide Manuf . Co. , Ltd. , leather merchs. , 82 Ward rd. 
British and Colonial Meat Market, butchers, 233 Overgate 

Boiler, and General Insurance Co.), 108 Commercial street ; P. D. 

Mitchell, agent. See Adv. p. 116 
British and Foreign MetaJine Co., makers of metaline, metaline bushes, 

and metaline engine packing, 62 Murraygate 

Thomson, 8 Bank street, district agent. See Adv. p. 115 
British Key and Prop'ty Reg., Ld., 19 Milnbank rd. ; John Don, mgr. 
i BRITISH LEGAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO., Ltd., 19 King street ; J. & D. 

Galloway, district managers. See Adv. p. 124 
British Linen Co. Bank, 35 Murraygate ; J. Gibson, agent ; W. A. Elgood, 

sub-agent. Branches — 39 Westport, James Ireland, agent ; 38 

Nethergate, Peter Kerr, agent ; 23 Victoria road, J. A. Edward, agent 
jBritnell, George, chairmaker, 133 Clepington road 

Rrock, H. W., clerk, Commercial Bank ; h. Dalhousie street, Monifieth 
IBrodie & Buchan, solicitors, Bank buildings, 3 King's road 
n'rBrodie, David, railway servant, 15 Union place 
IBrodie, Frank, waiter, 41 Guthrie street 
Brodie, George, blacksmith, 52 Kemback street 

! BRODIE, JAMES, horsehirer and coach proprietor. Eagle Inn, 42 Murray- 
gate and 29 Albert square (Telephone No. 01864). See Adv. p. 40 
oBrodie, Jas., boot and shoemaker, 19 North Church st ; h. 32 Main street 
I Brodie, John, 41 Guthrie street 

(I Brodie, John L. , agricultural agent and valuator, 3 King's road 
, * Brodie, Peter, stationer, 8 Court street 
Brodie, Robert, coach proprietor, Stobswell Stables, 100 Dura street 
-Brodie, Robert M., banker and solicitor, Royal Bank, 22 King street ; 

h. Grange terrace, Broughty Ferry 
tjBrooks, James, collector, 10 Watt street 
, 'Brooks, Thomas, calenderworker, 4 Lowden's alley 
Srough, A. J., & Co., spinners and manufacturers, Taybank Works, 

Arbroath road ; and South Mills, Guthrie street 
Srough, David, shore porter, 84 Ferry road 



Brough, James, of James Brough & Son, 39 Dock street 

Brough, Jas. , & Son, whsale. fruit mers. , 37 Dock st. and 4 Commercial st, 

Brough, John, market gardener and potato merchant, Mayfield and Old 

Craigie Gardens ; h. Mayfield cottage, Dalgleish road 
Brough, John, 5 Temple lane 

Brough, R. J., of A. J. Brough & Co., 4 Grosvenor terrace 
Broughty Ferry and District Tramways Company, Ltd., 4 High street 

(Telephone No. 1267) ; Edward Cowan, secretary 
Brown, Abraham T., ropespinner, 3 Annan terrace 
Brown, Alexander, enginefitter, 98 Princes street 
Brown, Alexander, waiter, 17 Craigie street 

Brown, Alexander (cab proprietor, Lochee), 15 Baxter Park terrace 
Brown, Alexander, gardener, Dunmore, Perth road 
Brown, Alexander, 11 Arklay street. 
Brown, Alexander, gardener, 40 Scott street 
Brown, Alexander, coaldealer, 6 Ellen street 
Brown, Alexander, finisher, 41 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Alexander, watchmaker, 6 Westport ; A. 16 City road 
Brown, Alexander, patternmaker, 2 Eliza street 
Brown, Alexander, engineer, 126 Princes street 
Brown, Alex. F. , coachman, 91 Peddie street 

Brown, Alexander H. , millmanager, Dens Works ; h. 24 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Alfred, milloverseer, 3 Cardean street 
Brown, Andrew, ironturner, 24 Forest Park road 
Brown, Andrew, grocer, 19 North Wellington street 
Brown, Andrew, timber manager, 2 Blackness crescent 
Brown, Andrew, coachman, 2 Corso street 
Brown, Andrew, clerk, 72 Arklay street 
Brown, A., M.A., LL.B., solicitor and notary public, 30 Reform street; 

h. 6 Howard place, St Andrews 
Brown, A. M., shiprigger, 38 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, Betsy, dairykeeper, 159 Victoria road ; h. 11 Arklay street 
Brown, Charles, blacksmith, 45 Lilybank road 
Brown, Charles, motorman, 25 Ogilvie street 
Brown, Charles, mechanic, 47 Milnbank road 
Brown, Charles, compositor, 22 Annfield row 

Brown, Charles, & Co., Ltd., lathsplitters, Soap work lane ; and Arbroath 
Brown, Chas.H., teacher of navigation, 33 Dock st.; h. 60Magd'l'nYardrd. 
Brown, Colin, messenger, Royal Bank ; h. 10 Somerville place 
Brown, C. Every, L.D.S., R.C.S., Eng., dental surgeon, 27 South Tay 

street ; h. Shaftesbury house, Shaftesbury road 
Brown, Daniel, tanner, 61 Hawkhill 

Brown, Dav., music tchr., organist, Murroes Par. Ch. ; h. 23 Elizabeth st. 
Brown, David, plumber, 27 Scott street 
Brown, David, plumber, brassfounder, and gasfitter, 59 South Tay street 

and 222 Overgate; h. 8 Springfield 
Brown, David, confectioner, 25 City road ; h. 23 
Brown, David, clerk, 45 Magdalen green 

Brown, David, butcher, 302 Perth road ; h. 29 Strawberrybank 
Brown, David D., Elmbank, 6 Miller's wynd 
Brown, D. & A., Scotch whisky merchants, 40 Seagate 





BROWN, D. M. f draper, 80 High street and Commercial street (Telephone 

Nos. 722, 726, and 1578) ; wholesale warehouseman, Rankine's 

court; h. Tortola, Westpark road. See Adv. p. 33 
Brown, D. M., butcher, 154 Strathmartine road(Teleph. No. 20y4); h. 163 
Brown, Edward, clerk, 252 Blackness road 
Brown, Eliza Margaret, 6 Bellefield avenue 
Brown, George, hairdresser, 107a Hilltown 
Brown, George, clerk, 39 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, George, warehouseman, 42 Strathmartine road 
Brown, George, of Grant & Brown, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Brown, George, tenter, 3 Bruce street 

Brown, George, 7 King street ; h. Tay cottage, East Newport 
Brown, George, police sergeant, 16 Stirling street 
Brown, George, grocer's manager, 14 Stirling street 
Brown, George, church-officer, S. Paul's Epis. Ch.; h. 11 Murraygate; 
Brown, Geo., jeweller & watchmkr., 34 Barrack st. ; h. 18 Forest Parki'<$. 
BROWN & GOW, house painters and decorators, 31 Cowgate and! 2 St 

Andrew's street (Telephone No. 291). See Adv. p. 55 
Brown, G. Chace, surveyor of taxes and lands valuation assessor, 29 

Bank street ; h. 4 Oakwood terrace, Westpark road 
Brown, Harry, blacksmith, 27 Scott street 
Brown, Henry, fireman, 15 Lilybank road 
IBrown, James, Honeygreen villa, Pitkerro road 
Brown, James, blacksmith, 8 Eden street 
iBrown, James, carpenter, 38 Baldovan terrace 
jBrown, James, plumber, brassfounder, and gasfitter, 59 South Taystreett 

and 222 Overgate ; h. 34 Tait's lane 
Brown, James, milloverseer, 50 North Church street 
Brown, James, minister, Apostolic Church ; h. 69a Constitution road; 
(Brown, James, jobbing gardener, 12 Peddie street 
Brown, James, factory overseer,. 8 Kinloch street 

iBrown, James, carting foreman to J. & P. Cameron ; h. 47 Yeaman shore 
iBrown, James, gardener, Crawford lodge, Perth road 
■Brown, James, confectioner, 13 Polepark road ; h. 22 St Mary's place 
Brown, James, plumber, 182 Lochee road 
Brown, James, painter, 136 Princes street 
Brown, James, painter, 37 Nethergate 

Brown, James, builder, North Lindsay street ; h. 3 Parker street 
Brown, James, confectioner, 2 Carmichael street 
Brown, James, engineer, 18 Caldrum street 
Brown, James, joiner, 1 Pitfour street 
iBrown, James G., compositor, 200 Blackness road 
Brown, James H., commercial traveller, 181 Strathmarfcine road 
Brown, James J., engineering draughtsman, 150 Lochee road 
Brown, Jane, fruiterer, 72 Strathmartine road 

Brown, Jessie M., teacher, S. Paul's Epis. School ; h. 125 Ferry roadt 
iBrown, John, riveter, 61 Watson street 
.Brown, John, engineer, 32 James street 
Brown, John, factory worker, 71 Albert street 
[Brown, John, coal merchant, 1 Lytton street 
iBrown, John, 84 Strathmartine road 

196 General directory. 

Brown, John, joiner, 4 Albert street 

Brown, John, millwright, 168 Lochee road 

Brown, John, rope and twine merchant, 14 and 16 Mortimer street ; h. 12^ 

Brown, John, cabinetmaker, 17 Rosefield street 

Brown, John, clerk, 13 Osborne place 

Brown, John, of Brown & Gow, 1 1 Murraygate 

Brown, John, mason, 20 Park avenue 

Brown, John, foreman mechanic, 304 Perth road 

Brown, John, butcher, 120 Eosebank street ; h. 5 Kinnaird street 

Brown, J. D., grocer, 132 Victoria road, 103 Princes street, and 9 Dura 

street ; h. Bright cottage, Forfar road 
Brown, Lachlan, furniture-polish and oil-blacking manufacturer, King's 

Cross Chemical Works ; h. Catlaw cottage, Lintrathen street 
Brown, Lawrence, ironmoulder, 2 Smith street 
Brown, Peter, railway servant, 25 Hawkhill 
Brown, Peter, joiner, 57 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Brown, Peter, grocer and provision merchant, 28 Dundonald street and 

24 Carmichael street ; h. 57 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Brown, Peter S., of Brown & Tawse, Craigmount, West Ferry 
Brown, Robert, collector, 15 William street, Forebank 
Brown, Robert, tanner, 44 Lilybank road 
Brown, Robert, baker, 56 Dura street 
Brown, Robert, 36 North street 

Brown, Robert, coal merchant, Maryfield station; h. 161 Albert street 
Brown, Robert, ironmoulder, 10 Ferfar road 
Brown, Robert, foreman engineer, 226 Blackness road 
Brown, Robert, Ltd. , agents for Henry Thomson & Co. , Newry ; George 

F. Murray, representative, 16 West Dock street 
Brown, Robt. J., draper, 39 Annst. and 59Hilltown ; h. 69Strathm'tinerd, 
Brown & Tawse, iron and steel merchants, 49 Meadowside ; warehouse, 

16, 18 Exchange street (Telephone No. 61 ; Telegrams, "Mercator") 
Brown, Thomas, clerk, 2 Gibson terrace 
Brown, Thomas, vandriver, 8 Cardean street 
Brown, Thomas, ironturner, 6 Roslin terrace 
Brown, Thomas, janitor, Harris Academy 
Brown, Thomas, joiner, 22 St Mary's place 

Brown, Thomas, of Thomas Brown & Co. , 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Brown, Thomas, & Co., ironmongers, 24 Union st. (Telephone No. 01985) 
Browai, Thomas H., butcher, 5 Tannadice street ; h. 22 Wolseley street 
Brown, Thomas, & Son, painters and decorators, 47 and 49 Perth road 
Brown & Tyrie, coal merchants, 22 Barrack street (Telephone No. 679) 
Brown, William, agent for Fairbairn Macpherson (Leeds), 10 Panmure 

street ; h. 86 Ferry road 
Brown, William, sub-inspector of cleansing, 43 Baldovan terrace 
Brown, William, provision dealer, 17 St Salvador st. ; h. 27 Baldovan ter 
Brown, William, engineer, 114 Hawkhill 
Brown, William, messenger, 4 Gardner street 
Brown, William, enginedriver, 22 Rosefield street 
Brown, William, watchmaker, 47 Yeaman shore 
Brown, William, cloth inspector, 6 Fleuchar street 
Brown, William, photographer, 24 North Ellen street 


I Brown, William, police constable, 10 Cleghorn street 
\ Brown, William, of Brown & Tyrie, 43 Castle street 
I Brown, William, joiner, 76 Clepington road 
I Brown, William, manager, 45 Erskine street 
i Brown, William, jun. , 3 Greenfield place 

Brown, William, & Co., whisky merchants, 40 Seagate 

Brown, William T. , grocer, 45 Lyon street 

Brown, William T. , postman, 66 Walton street 

Brown, W., district manager, National Telephone Co., Ltd., 13 Pan- 
mure street ; h. 83 Albert street 

Brown, W. A., 2 Grosvenor terrace 

Brown, W. H. , brewer, maltster, Craigie Brewery, Lyon st. ,& 28 Albert st. 
i Brown, Mrs Alexander, house proprietrix, 41 Baldovan terrace 

Brown, Mrs Alexander, 14 Stirling street 
I Brown, Mrs A., 4 Garland place 
i Brown, Mrs David, 10 Hilltown 

Brown, Mrs James, lodgings, 51 Yeaman shore 

Brown, Mrs John, 34 Thomson street 

Brown, Mrs J., 7 Bellefield avenue 
I Brown, Mrs, 28 Court street 
Brown, Mrs, 14 St Mary's place 

Brown, Mrs, 204 Lochee road 

{Brown, Mrs, draper, 118 Arklay street; h. 72 Clepington road 

! Brown, Mrs, apartments, 3 Cunningham street 

ijBrown, Miss W., milliner, 81 Hawkhill 

Brown, Miss, dressmaker, 2 Gardner street 

Brown, Misses, 13 Osborne place 

'Browne, D. J., secretary, Dundee Gem Line S.S. Co., Limited, 39 
Dock street ; h. Glenlea, Seafield, Broughty Ferry 

Brownlee, George, butcher, 140 Ferry road 

Brownlee, James, labourer, 39 Strathmartine road 

Brownlee, William, of W. & R. Brownlee, 9 Clarendon terrace 

Brownlee, W. & R., builders and manufacturing joiners, 52 Small's wynd 

Brownlee, Mrs Walter H., 1 Blackness crescent 

Broxburn Oil Co., 108 Commercial street ; P. D. Mitchell, agent 

Bruce, Alexander, of Alex. Bruce & Son, Glendruid, 17 Argyle street 

Bruce, Alexander, Tay Ferries ; h. 68 Hill street 

Bruce, Alexander, & Son, Victoria Joinery Works, Clepington road 
'Bruce, Alfred, of Alexander Bruce & Son, Duncraggan, 15 Argyle street 

Bruce, Archibald, joiner, 14 Arthurstone terrace 

, Bruce, Archibald, grocer, 11 Kinnaird street ; h. 244 Clepington road 

Bruce Brothers & Co., Scotch whisky merchants, 40 Seagate 

Bruce, David, confectioner, 7 William street, Forebank 
.Bruce, David A., coach proprietor, 1 M'Gill street ; h. 3 and 5 
Bruce, David, & Co., shipowners, ship and insurance agents, 31 Albert 
square ; and 10 and 11 Lime street, London, E.C. 

Bruce, David C, clerk, 4 Morgan street 
Bruce, George, painter, 43 Peddie street 

Bruce, George, grocer and sub-postmaster, 25 and 27 Strathmartine rd, 

Bruce, George, millforeman, 178 Scouringburn 

Bruce, George, signalman, 1 Abbotsford place, Peddie street 


Bruce, George, millforeman, 20 Blyth street 

Bruce, Graham, brattice cloth manufacturer and merchant, Regent 
Works, 16 Milne's East wynd ; h. Willow Grove, Broughty Ferry 

Bruce, James, joiner, 115 Strathmartine road 

Bruce, James, ironturner, 129 Hawkhill 

Bruce, James, lorryman, Blackness Nursery cottage 

Bruce, James, 35 Constitution road 

Bruce, James, painter, 28 Polepark road 

Bruce, James, confectioner, 13 High street ; h. 33 Commercial street 

Bruce, James, L.D.S., R.C.S., Edin., dental surgeon, 146 Nethergate 

Bruce, James C, clerk, 4 Morgan street 

Bruce, James P. , of John Bruce & Son, Highfield, Carnoustie 

Bruce, John, painter, 27 Wilkie's lane 

Bruce, John M., accountant, 61 Reform street ; h. Fernbank cot., Errol 

Bruce, John P. , ship mngr, Customhouse bldgs. ; h. Rowan cot. , Downfield 

Bruce, John, & Son, architects, 45 Commercial street 

Bruce, Joseph, police constable, 2 Annfield row 

Bruce, J. Govan, 3 Grosvenor terrace 

Bruce, Laurence, foreman, 5 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 

Bruce, Malcolm, waiter, 72 King street 

Bruce, Peter, clerk, 22a Strathmartine road 

Bruce, Robt., hairdresser and tobacconist, 18 Crichton st. ; h. 3Hilltown 

Bruce, Robert, baker, 108 Princes street; h. 110 

Bruce, R. S., 17 Dock street 

Bruce, Thomas, calender manager, 8 Wallace street 

Bruce, Thomas, enginedriver, 146 Nethergate 

Bruce, Thomas W., plumber, 23 Strathmartine road (Telephone 
No. 01991) ; h. 25 

Bruce, Walter G., gas meter inspector, 35 Constitution road 

Bruce, William, grocer, 24 Forest Park road 

Bruce, William, manager, 323 Clepington road 

Bruce, William, engineer, blacksmith, and coppersmith, and patentee of 
rlwy. milk can or churn, west side Victoria dock ; h. Inverlee, Wormit 

Bruce, William, spirit merchant, 45 Caldrum st. ; h. 8 Osborne place 

BRUCE, WILLIAM, F.I.P.S., teacher of shorthand, typewriting, bookkeep- 
ing, &c, Business Training College, 13 Albert square; h. Laurel- 
bank, Downfield. See Adv. p. 106 

Bruce, William, storekeeper, 39 Rosefield street 

Bruce, William M., shipowner, 8 Laurelbank 

Bruce, Mrs Ann, dressmaker, 41 Main street 

Bruce, Mrs David, 2 Meadow street 

Bruce, Mrs David, wine and spirit merchant, 57 and 57a Lochee rd. ; h. 59 

Bruce, Mrs Elizabeth Fairnie, 25 Strathmartine road 

Bruce, Mrs J. D., Sunnybank, 61 Magdalen green 

Bruce, Mrs R. , 12 Balgay avenue 

Bruce, Mrs William, 3 Richmond terrace 

Bruce, Miss B. M., dressmaker, 86 Nethergate 

Bruce, Miss M., dairykeeper, 10 Scouringburn ; h. 41 Kincardine street 

Bruce, Miss, dressmaker, 219 Hawkhill ; h. 49 Annfield road 

Bruce, Misses M. A. & L., dressmakers and ladies' tailors, 101 and 103 
Hawkhill ; h. 146 Nethergate 


Bruist, Richard, seaman, 3 Craig street 

Brunton, William, tailor, 14 Stirling street 

Brush, John W., 2 Adelaide terrace 

Brush, Samuel, of Marshall & Brush, Muircote, 51 Clepington road 

Brush, Samuel C, M.B., CM., Helenbank, Strathmartine road 

Bryce, William, joiner, 4 Stirling street 

Bryden, John, & Sons, electric and mechanical bellfitters, electric light 

and telephone engineers, and window blind manufacturers, 32 

Bell street (Telephone No. 791 ) 
Brymer, David, turner, 24 Baldovan terrace 
Brymer, Mary, manglekeeper, 28 Dudhope street 
Brymer, Robert, clerk, 9 Pitkerro road 

Brymer, Miss M., Baxter Park Dairy, 83 Arbroath rd. ; h. 19 Baldovan ter. 
Bryson, Charles, painter, 170 Lochee road 
Bryson, David S., oil mer., importer and refiner, Victoria oil paint and 

varnish stores, 43 to 47 Trades lane ; h. Tusmore villa, Forfar road 
Bryson, William S., oil merchant, Rosemount, 21 Clepington road 
Buchan, Alexander, reporter, Evening Telegraph ; h. 15 Blackness avenue 
Buchan, Alexander, mechanic, 31 Baldovan terrace 
Buchan, Alexander W., sanitary officer, 30 Forfar road 
Buchan, Andrew, mechanic, 2 Catherine street 

Buchan, Andrew, butcher, 27 Dundonald street ; h. 1 Sandeman street 
Buchan, David, cowfeeder, Ninewells 
Buchan, David, clerk, 42 Cleghorn street 
Buchan, David S., 12 Springfield 

Buchan, Edward, butcher, 77 Blackscroft; h. Balgonie cot.,Balgray st. 
Buchan, James, coachman, 199 Perth road 

Buchan, James, sub-editor, Evening Telegraph ; h. 87 Magdalen green 
Buchan, James, of Brodie & Buchan, 3 Rustic place 
Buchan, John, joiner, 23 Pitfour street 
Buchan, John S., of T. & J. Buchan, Willowdene, 12 Strawberrybank ; 

and Balhousie, by Largo, Fife 
Buchan, Mungo, insurance agent, 60 Main street 
Buchan, T. & J., auctioneers and valuators, 17 to 21 Barrack street 

(Telephone No. 714) 
Buchan, William, of William Buchan & Co., Kilmaron villa, Baldovan 
Buchan, William, hosepipe-weaver, 129 Hawkhill 
Buchan, William, & Co., hemp, starch, flour, and farina merchants. 

rope and twine makers, and jute merchants, Baltic buildings 
Buchan, Mrs David, baker, 85 Perth road 

Buchanan, David, church- officer, RyehillU.F. Church; h. 184 Perth rd. 
Buchanan, David, insurance agent, 8 St Matthew street 
Buchanan, James R., proprietor, Westfield Steam Laundry, 13 West- 
field lane 
Buchanan, Robert, sorting clerk, 325 Clepington road 
Buchanan, Miss J. A., dairy produce dealer, 23 North Lindsay street 
Bucklish, Henry, butcher, 4 Idvies street 
Budge, R. J. Gunn, commercial traveller, 11 Duff street 
Buglass, A. H., solicitor, 3 Seagate ; h. 105 Ferry road 
Buglass, Mrs D. B. , 105 Ferry road 
Buick, George L. F., cashier, 197 Princes street 


Buick, James, labourer, 32 Raglan street 

Buick, Thos., of Gowans & Buick, Kerbat cot., Monifieth rd., B. Fern! 

Buik, Charles W., of W. & H. Buik, Braeknowe, West Newport 

Buik, David C , bookbinder, 2 Easson's angle 

Buik, George, 20 Panmure street 

Buik, Thomas, 92 Victoria road 

Buik, W. & H. , rope and twine manufacturers, 23 Dock street 

Buik, Mrs G., dressmaker, 20 Panmure street 

Buik, Mrs M., confectioner, 14 Dundonald street 

Buik, Mrs, 1 Blackness crescent 

Buist, Alex. B., sheriff-officer, Poor Rates office, Bell st. ; h. 24 Bank st. 

Buist, Andrew, houseagent, 1 7 Barrack st.; h. 42 William st. , Forebank 

Buist, Andrew, managing director, The Buist Spinning Co., Ltd. ; h. 

5 Roxburgh terrace 
Buist, Henry, manager, Rockwell Works ; h. Rockwell house, Coldside 
Buist, Henry, M.B., Ch.B., Edin., 3 Springfield 
Buist, James, coaldealer, 1 Hunter street 
Buist, James, painter, 27 Bernard street 
Buist, John, compositor, 40 North George street 
Buist, John H., of Richard Buist & Sons, 7 Blackness avenue 
Buist, J. C, of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Balgillo house, B. Ferry 
Buist, Eichard, &Sons, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 16 and 20 Castle 

street and 100 and 102 Commercial street ; works, 15 Bell sbreet 
Buist, Robt. Cochrane, M.A.,M.D.,C.M.,M.R.C.P.(Ed.), 166Nethergate 
Buist, Robert N., M.A., teacher, 34 Baldovan terrace 
Buist Spinning Co., Ltd., The, jute spinners, Stobswell Works, 28£ 

Dura street 
Buist, William B., milloverseer, 142 Albert street 
Buist, William Huntly, of Richard Buist & Sons, 22 Airlie place 
Bulloch, John, clerk, Customhouse ; h. Co-operative b'ldgs, Bro'ty Ferry 
Bunch, A. & P., chimneysweepers, 36 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Bunch, John L., shipwright, 12 Hospital wynd 
Bunch, Miss, apartments, 27 Victoria road 
Buntin, Robert, seaman, 249 Blackness road 
Burden, Duncan Macnab, M.A. (Edin.), LL.B. (Edin.), solicitor, 20 

Whitehall street ; h. 2 Windsor terrace 
Burden, Wm., watchmaker, jeweller, 13J Polepark rd. ; h. 24 Baxter st. 
Burden, Mrs James, wholesale and retail wine and spirit merchant, 47 

Union street and 25 Yeaman shore ; h. 2 Windsor terrace 
Burdon, Rev. Francis, rector, S. Mary Magdalene's Episcopal Church ; 

h. S. Mary Magdalene's Rectory, Well road, Hawkhill 
Burgess & Co., general carriers, 5 Thorter row ; head office, Manchester 
Burgess, James, clerk, 252 Blackness road 
Burgess, John R. , agent, 60 Kemback street 
Burgess, Mary, confectioner, 21 Peddie street ; h. 8 
Burgess, Thomas, mechanic, 26 Lyon street 
Burgess, William, 44 Cleghorn street 
Burgess, William, warehouseman, 12 Benvie road 

Burke, Amy Marion, teacher of the deaf, Dudhope Castle; h. 9Balgay av. 
Burke, A. Fordyce, solicitor, 49 Murraygate (Telephone No. 263) ; h. 
Craigieview, Pitkerro road 



Burke, Thomas, coaldealer, 7 St Mary street ; h. 33 Scott street 

Burness, Archibald, mason, 7 Annfield row 

Burness, Charles, cabinetmaker, 14 Rosefield street 

Burness, David, jutestower, 11 Blackness street 

Burness, Robert, gas meter inspector, 8 North Ellen street 

Burnet, James, bricklayer, 45 Cowgate 

Burnet, Miss Janet, 21 West Albany terrace 

Burnett, Alexander, saddler, 46 Seafield road 

Burnett, Alexander, clerk, 31 Scott street 

Burnett, Alexander, telegraph clerk, 164 Lochee road 

Burnett, Alexander, contractor, 52 Kemback street 

Burnett, Charles, painter, 38 Pennycook lane 

Burnett, Geo., housef actor, 41 William st. , Forebank; h. 12 Nelson st. 

Burnett, James, of J. & R. Burnett, Renouf villa, Downfield 

Burnett, John, police sergeant, 37 Stirling street 

Burnett, John, saddler, 31 Strathmartine road 

Burnett, John, of John Burnett & Sons, 45 South Tay street 

Burnett, John, & Sons, bakers, 1 1 Sco'gburn, 119 Overgate, & 25 Lochee rd. 

Burnett, J. & R., bakers and confectioners. 117 Hilltown, 4 Strath- 
martine road, 33a Dundonald street, and 100 King street 

Burnett, Bobert, hallkeeper, Drill Hall, West Bell street 

Burnett, Robert, of J. & R. Burnett, 24 Baxter Park terrace 

Burnett, Samuel, compositor, 42 Cleghorn street 

Burnett, Mrs James, 10 Dallfield terrace 

Burnett, Mrs, 20 Watson street 

Burnett, Miss, teacher, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

(Burns, Alex. B., wine & spirit mer., 119 Victoria rd.; h. 1 Victoria cres. 

Burns, David, compositor, 67 Ure street 

Burns, David, vanman, Middle Craigie, by Dundee 

Burns, David M., assis. manager, Camperdown Shipyard; h. 38 Parkave. 

Burns, Frank R. H., waiter, 6 Thorter row 

Burns, Frederick, licensed broker, 122 Overgate ; h. 25 S. Lindsay st. 

Burns & Harris, booksellers, manufacturing stationers, printers, litho- 
graphers, and bookbinders, 112 Nethergate, and Tayside Works, 
Long wynd (Telephone No. 108 ; Telegraphic address, " Tayside ) 

Burns, James, moulder, 335 Loons road 

Burns, JohnS., grocer and wine merchant, 55 Watson st. ; h. Myrtlebank 
villa, 93 Clepington road 

Burns, Margaret, manglekeeper, 7 Middle street 

Burns, Mary B. M., tobacconist, stationer, 41 Perth road ; h. 3 Welling- 
ton street 

Burns, William, of Burns & Harris, Roxdene, 2 Roxburgh terrace 

Burns, William, milloverseer, 37 Bosefield street 

Burns, William, mechanic, 366 Loons road 

Burns, Mrs William, 3 Peter street 

Burridge, Mrs George, 40 Perth road 

Burrows, John, A.L.C.M., pianotuner, organist of Tay Square Church; 
h. 79 Commercial street 

Burrows, Miss Violet C, soprano vocalist, teacher of piano and singing, 
79 Commercial street 

Burry, William, waiter, 6 Annfield street 


Burry, William M., warehouseman, 15 Morgan street 

Burt, James D., assurance agent, 1 Sandeman street 

Burt, Mrs, 6 St Peter street 

Butchart, Alexander, 2 Springfield 

Butchart, Andrew, boilermaker, 9 Lawson place 

Butchart, David S., fancy goods agent, 38 King street 

Butchart, George, brakesman, 105 Hawkhill 

Butchart, James, joiner, 23 Arbroath road 

Butchart, Jas. H. , grocer, wine merch. , 15 Milnbank rd. ; h. 190Lochee rd. 

Butchart, John, joiner, 197 Princes street 

Butchart, John, merchant and commission agent, 9 Blackness avenue 

Butchart, J. E., litho. writer, 5 Meadow entry ; h. 9 Blackness avenue 

Butchart, Thomas, gardener, Elmslea lodge, Perth road 

Butchart, William Thomson, upholsterer, 2 Arklay street 

Butchart, W. P., merchant, millfurnisher, commission and insurance 
agent, 81 Murraygate; warehouse, 7 Cowgate; h. 6 Somerville place 

Butchart, Mrs Ann, 12| Mortimer street 

Butchart, Mrs David, 88 Princes street 

Butchart, Mrs R. K. , 2 Daisybank, Forfar road 

Butchart, Mrs, fancy gds. and hardware mer. , 60 William st. , Forebank 

Butchart, Mrs, general dealer, 72^ N. Church street ; h. 233 Hilltown 

Butchart, Miss A. F. , teacher, 6 Park terrace 

Butchart, Miss M., stationer and tobacconist, 173 Albert street 

Butler, Thomas C, H.M. Inspector of Factories, 13 Ward road; h. 3 
Briarwood terrace 

Butt, Edwin, confectioner, 10 Albert street 

Butt, Miss Jane, confectioner, 88 King street ; h. 10 Albert street 

Buttar, Andw., slater & slate merchant, 31 Hawkhill (TelephoneNo. 611) 

Buttar, David, coachman, 10 Shepherd's loan 

Buttar, David, of Buttar & M 'Ritchie, 10 Roxburgh terrace 

Buttar, John, factory tenter, 187 Clepington road 

Buttar & M 'Ritchie, solicitors, 45 Commercial street (TelephoneNo. 1642] 

Buttar, Robert, ironturner, 16 City road 

Buttar, William M., engineer, 10 Forfar road 

Buttars, William, boot and shoe maker and india-rubber heel manufac- 
turer, 40 City road ; h. 20 Benvie road 

Butter, Alexander, clerk, 15 City road 

Butter, Eric A., inspector of agents, Rock Life Assurance Co., 10 
Reform street ; h. Clarkville, Carnoustie 

Butter, Mrs James, Kinloch villa, 19 Inverary terrace 

Butters, Alexander, basketmaker, 23 Union place 

Butters, George, waiter, 12 Parker street 

Butti, Very Rev. Peter L. Canon, St Patrick's R.C. Church; h. Maitlandst. 

Buyers, Miss Nellie, confectioner, 7 Benvie road ; h. 62 Walton street 

Byer, William, pork butcher, 15 Charles street 

Byers, David, draughtsman, 3 Gibson terrace 

Byers, James, painter, 5 Balfour street 

Byers, John, joiner and houseagent, 26 Forfar road 

Byres, David, grocer's assistant, 9 Annfield row 

Byres, John, tailor, 29 Bank street 

Byrne, L. J., supervisor, I.E., 29 Bank st. ; h. Albertford villa, Forfar rd. 


Cables, James, general dealer, 33 Hunter street 

Cadenhead, John, mechanic, 110 Lochee road 

CaBsar, William, solicitor, clerk of the peace of the county of the city 

of Dundee, and town clerk of Carnoustie, 62 Seagate ; h. Lochty, 

Caesar & Young, solicitors, 62 Seagate 
Cafferata & Co., plaster manufacturers, Newark-on-Trent ; agents, 

Johnstons Limited, 29 Dock street; stores and yard, Seabraes, 

C.R. goods station, and King William dock 
CAIN, JOHN, Cain's Temperance Hotel, 7 Crichton street. See Adv. p. 35 
Caird, Alexander, engineer, 216 Perth road 
j ; Caird, Alexander, & Sons, tailors, hosiers, and hatters, 46 Union street ; 

h. 9 Lynnewood place 
Caird, George, teacher, Hawkhill Public School; h. 20 Springfield 
Caird, Helen, 1 Seafield road 
Caird, James Key, manufacturer, Ashton Works, 195 Hawkhill ; h. 

8 Magdalen Yard road 
Caird, Thomas, mechanic, 204 Lochee road 

Caird, William, draper, 1 1 North Wellington street ; h. 45 Dens road 
Caird, William W., shuttlemaker, 2 Malcolm street 
Cairncross, James, sailmaker, 62 Peddie street 
Cairncross, John, water inspector, 53 Taylor's lane 
Cairncross, Robert, sailmaker, 37 Step row 
Cairney, Thomas, warehouseman, 254 Blackness road 
Cairnie, Charlotte, draper, 31 Lochee road ; h. 8 City road 
Cairnie, James, mechanic, 18 Benvie road 
Cairnie, Peter, ironturner, 43 Benvie road 
Cairns, James, turner, 4 North Ellen street 

Cairns, Martin, insurance supt., 74 Commercial st. ; h. 9 Janefield place 
Cairns, Mrs, draper and dressmaker, 114 Victoria road ; h. Camperdown 

villa, Downfield 
Cairns, Mrs, 246 Perth road 
Caithness, George, dresser, 10 Rosefield street 

Caithness, J. Ogilvie, house proprietor, 2 Ogilvie's road ; h. Monifieth 
Caithness, Mrs D., 55 Victoria road 

Calder, Alexander, jun., house proprietor, Albert villa, 15 Inverary ter. 
Calder, Daniel, collector, Water Commission ; li. 114 Hawkhill 
Calder, David, mason, 6 Lorimer street 
Calder, George Y., machineman, 2 Lawrence street 
Calder, James, spinning overseer, 109 Strathmartine road 
Calder, James, marine engineer, 24 Baxter Park terrace 
Calder, John, grocer and wine mer., 225Hilltown; h. 210 Strathmartine rd 
Calder, John, engineer, 18 Ferry road 
Calder & Johnston, merchants, 84 Commercial street 
Calder, John Gray, accountant, 20 Castle street ; h. 21 Blackness avenue 
! Calder, Mrs Alexander, house proprietrix, 223 Hilltown 
! Calderwood, William J. , teacher of music, 10 Whitehall street ; h. 

Sunnyside, West Newport 
Caldrum Works, St Salvador street ; H. Walker & Sons, Ltd. , spinners 
Caldwell, Alexander, rag, jute, flax waste, waste paper, and metal mer., 

5 and 7 East Henderson's wynd ; h. 6 Garland place 


Caldwell, James, lithographer, 13 Union place 

Caldwell, Mrs I., dressmaker, 21 Ogilvie street 

Caledon, The, Shipbuilding and Engineeriog Co., Ltd. ; Lily bank Engine 

Works (head office), and Caledon Shipyard (Telephone Nos. 270 and 

558; Telegrams, "Caledon") 
CALEDONIAN Insurance Co., 35 Albert square; J. L. C. Bartlet, resident 

secretary (Telephone No. 579 ; Telegrams, "Caledonian Insurance ? '). 

See Adv. p. facing back board 
CALEDONIAN Plate Glass Insurance Co. See Adv. p. 115 
Caledonian Railway Station and Goods Office, South Union street 
Callaghan, Francis, grocer, 26 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Callaghan, Jas. W., sawmaker, cutler, 10 Whitehall cres. ; h. 11 S. Tay st. 
Callan, Thomas, surfaceman, 8 Daniel street 
Callan, Mrs Helen, 20 Cowgate 
Callighan, John, market gardener, 184 Perth road 
Caiman, James P., assurance and commission agent, 73 Annfield road 
Calvert, Arthur, draper and clothier, 73 Wellgate ; h. 10 Panmure street 
Calvert, Charles, brassfinisher, 22 Murray gate 
Calvert, John W., compositor, 6 Stirling street 
Calvert, Robt., wine and spirit mer. , 151 Scouringburn; h. 35 Guthrie st. 
Cameron, Alexander, draper, 2 Baldovan terrace 
Cameron, Alexander, moulder, 11 Robertson street 
Cameron, Alexander, pastrybaker, 59 Provost road 
Cameron, Andrew Carter, of Cameron & M'Farlane, 109 Ferry road 
Cameron, A. S., of A. S. Cameron & Son, Bay house, West Ferry 
Cameron, A. S., jun., secretary, Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd., 31 

Reform street ; h. Bay house, West Ferry 
Cameron, A. S., & Son, housefactors and valuators, 31 Reform street 

(Telephone No. 633) 
Cameron, Charles, turner, 46 North street 
Cameron, Dan. , bootmaker & repairer, 131 Hawkhill; h. 14 Lowden's alley 
Cameron, Rev. David B., M. A., Rosebank Parish Church; h. 5 Douglas ter. 
Cameron, Duncan, lorryman, 18 Polepark road 
Cameron, James, warehouseman, 82 Victoria road 
Cameron, James, milksalesman, 304 Loons road 

Cameron, Rev. James, Bonnethill United Free Ch. ; h. 2 Woodville pi. 
Cameron, James, fireman, 26^ Dura street 
Cameron, James J,, manager, 63 North Wellington street 
Cameron, John, enginedriver, 22 Park avenue 
Cameron, John, canvasser, 56 Dudhope street 

Cameron, John, collector, Water Commission ; h. 3 Daisy bank, Forfar rd. 
Cameron, J., wool and cloth factor, 6 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Cameron, J. D., dental rooms, 37 Union street; h. 16 Windsor street 
CAMERON, J. & P., carting agents for N.B. Railway, Tay Bridge Station 

(Telephone No. 185) ; office, 17 and 18 South Union street (Tele- 
phone No. 147) ; John Wallace, manager. See Adv. p. 44 
Cameron & M'Farlane, fishsalesmen, auctioneers, and steam trawler 

owners, Fish dock 
Cameron, Margaret, feuar, 3 West street 
Cameron, Robert, shuttlemaker, 34 Dallfield walk 
Cameron, Robina, grocer, 12 St Andrew's street 


Cameron, Thomas, coaldealer, 22 North Church street ; h. 24 

Cameron, Walter, patternmaker, 9 Baxter Park terrace 

Dameron, William, clerk, 89 Princes street 

Cameron, William, painter, 35 Wilkie's lane 

[Cameron, William, dairyman, 20 Arbroath road ; It. Trottick, Mains 
f Cameron, William, warehouseman, 20 Mid street 
iCameron, Mrs, ironer, 61 Arbroath road 
iCameron, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 5 Balfour street 

Dameron, Miss B., milliner, 9 Baxter Park terrace 
•Cameron, Miss Jane, 22 Airlie place 
ICammell, Laird, & Co., Ltd. (Cyclops Steel Works, Sheffield), 37 

Exchange street ; G. M. Crichton, agent 
Bampbell, Alexander, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., 1 Clarendon terrace 

Campbell, Archibald, of Campbell & Meldrum, Stewart terrace, 
Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 

Campbell, Archibald, Hope, & King, Ltd., brewers ; David Somerville, 
agent, 29 Dock street 

[Campbell, A., hatter and hosier, 274Hilltown ; h. 29 Strathmartine road 

Campbell, Catherine, broker, 7 Urquhart street 

Campbell, Colin, shipfitter, 37 Lyon street 

[Campbell & Co. , drapers, 203 Hawkhill 

Campbell, Elizabeth, 16 Bell street 

Campbell, George, compositor, 7 Victoria street 

Campbell, George S., clerk, Duff terrace, Main street 
sjCampbell, Rev. Gray C. Fraser, missionary, 58 Peddie street 
(Campbell, Hugh, general blacksmith, 45 Derby street ; h. 2 Hill street 

Campbell, H. Gordon, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S.E., L.D.S., R.C.S.Edin., 
dental surgeon, 27 South Tay street ; h. 3 

3AMPBELL, H. G., cycle builder and engineer, 108 and 110 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. 2x2); h. 74. See Adv. p. 31 
i Campbell, James, contractor, 55 Trades lane and 62 Constable street ; 
h. 9 Brown Constable street 

Campbell, James, joiner and housefactor, 33 Cleghorn street 

Campbell, James, plumber, 8 Forest Park road 

Campbell, Rev. James M. , Wallacetown Parish Church ; h. Wallacetown 
manse, 75 E. Clepington road 

Campbell, John, factory worker, 3 Lorimer street 

Campbell, John, butcher, 13 Forest Park road 

Campbell, John, 2 Lytton street 

Campbell, John, traveller, 28 Raglan street 

Campbell, John, clerk, 321 Hilltown 

Campbell, John, blockcutter, 18 Gardner street 

Campbell, Rev. John, chaplain of Dundee Poorhouses ; k. 10 Nelson street 

Campbell, John, carting foreman, Midland Railway Co. ; h, 10 N. Tay st. 

Campbell, J. Douglas, of Ralli Bros. Agency, Abernyte ho., by Inchture 

Campbell, K. H. , dressmaker and milliner, 25 Victoria street 

Campbell & Meldrum, wholesale stationers, printers, and lithographers, 
and publishers of the Dundee ABC Time Table, Fairmuir Works 
(Telephone No. 1726; Telegrams, "Challenge") 

Campbell, Peter, late superintendent of police, 9 St Mary's terrace 

Campbell, Peter, M.B., L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.Edin., 29 Springfield 


Campbell, P. & P. r dyers and cleaners, 33 Nethergate 

Campbell, R. C, accountant, Scottish Provident buildings, 49 j 

Meadowside ; h. 2 Thornley terrace, Madeira street 
Campbell, Walter, L.D.S., R.C.S., Eng., dental surgeon, 27 South Tay! 

Campbell, Wm., butcher & gamedealer, 191 Perth rd. ; h. 13 Blackness av.I 
Campbell, William, blacksmith, 26 Gardner street 
Campbell, William, shoemaker, 43 North Church street 
Campbell, William, detective officer, 23 Benvie road 
Campbell, William, foreman plater, 80 Ferry road 
Campbell, William, jun., butcher, 296 Perth road 
Campbell, William Graham, M.B., C.M.Edin., L.D.S., R.C.S., Edin.J 

D.D.S., dental surgeon, 27 South Tay street 
Campbell, Mrs Arch., wine and spirit mer., 49 Westport ; h. lSRosefield st. 
Campbell, Mrs David, 8 Dura street 

Campbell, Mrs Donald, Milnbank house, 24 Milnbank road 
Campbell, Mrs Elizabeth, confectioner, 32 Victoria street 
Campbell, Mrs Robert, 12 Balgay avenue 
Campbell, Mrs R. H., apartments, 17 Airlie place 
Campbell, Mrs, baby linen warehouse, 160Strathmartineroad ; h. 194 
Campbell, Miss R., of Campbell & Co., 13 Forest Park road 
Campbell, Miss, 2 Gowrie place 
Campbell, Miss, 174 Lochee road 
Camperdown Shipyard, East Camperdown street; Gourlay Brothers 1 

& Co. (Dundee), Ltd. 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO., Dundee office, 70 Seagate ; James | 

Nicoll & Co. , agents. See Adv. p. 65 
Candy, Robert, 193 Blackness road 

Canning, Ellen, confectioner, 15 Barrack street ; h. 32 Bank street 
Cant, Alexander, fireman, Central Fire Station, West Bell street 
Cant, James, bookseller, and agent for Sutton & Co., 26 Greenmarket ; ' 

h. 61 Nethergate ; bookstore, 61 Nethergate 
Cant, Jas., asst. mngr., Caledon Shipbuilding Yard ; h. 113 Arbroath rd.j 
Cant, John, joiner, 159 Strathmartine road 
Cant, Ralph, goods guard, 86 Peddie street 
Cant, Robert P., draughtsman, 103 Arbroath road 
Cant, William R., woodturner, 10 Forest Park road 
Cape, Gavin B. , draper, 4 Airlie terrace 
Cappon, T. Martin, F.R.I.B.A., architect and valuator, 32 Bank street;} 

h. The Shieling, 6 Norwood crescent 
Caproni, Pietro, confectioner, 49 Scouringburn i 

Caraway, John, confectioner, 152 Scouringburn ; h. 160 
Carcary, W. A., cashier, 49 Murraygate ; h. 24 Baxter street 
Cardean, Mrs E., 3 Fort street 

Carden, John, range caretaker, 1st V.B.R.H., 11 Robertson street 
Carey, David, baker, 22 St Mary's place 
Carey, David R., insurance agent, 136 Ferry road 
Carey, David R., bakery storekeeper, 59 Provost road 
Carey, James, cabinetmaker, 61 Nethergate ; h. 1 M 'Vicar's lane 
Cargill, Alexander, postman, 26 Nelson street 
Cargill, Charles, engineer, 61 Provost road 


^argill & Co., Ltd., bleachers and yarn merchants, Dundee Bleach 
Works, Pitkerro road ; office, 23 Cowgate (Telephone No. 205 ; 
Telegrams, "Cargill") 
if pargill, David, harbour porter, 5 Eden street 
pargill, James, salesman, 42 St Mary's place 
1 . bargill, John, merchant, 32 Cowgate (Telephone No. 225; Telegrams, 
"Philgate "-) ; h. Hillview, 12 Clepington road 
iDargill, John, dockgateman, 3 Baffin street 
pargill, Peter M., mechanic, 51 Milnbank road 

IDargill, William, confectioner and tobacconist, 39 Victoria street ; h. 41 
•pargill, William D., of Cargill & Co., Ltd., 2 Caenlochan ter., W. Ferry 
1 Carle, Alexander George, woodturner, 115 Strathmartine road 

parlin, Hugh, coaldealer, Dempster street 
t jCarline, Henry, 14J Paton's lane 
Carlisle, Alfred W. , solicitor, 54 Commercial street ; h. 4 Youngsdale 

place, East Newport 
Carlton, Hubert, solicitor, 14 Union street (Telephone No. 1106); h. 

Balgay terrace, Lochee 
[Garment, Joseph, 13 Briarwood terrace 
ijOarment, Mrs, 13 Briarwood terrace 

ICarmichael, Andrew, shoemaker, 11 Main street; h. 69 Caldrum street 
Carmichael, A. D., 6 Airlie place 
i|Carmichael, David, blacksmith, 6 Roslin terrace 
raljCarmichael, D. L., 10 Dudhope terrace 

ICarmichael, Geo., of James Carmichael & Co., Ltd., Taymount, W. Perry 

s ICarmichael, Geo. B., solicitor, 54 Commercial st. ; h. 12 W. Albany ter. 

IjCarmichael, James, of James Cai-michael & Sons, 39 Magdalen Yard rd. 

liCarmichael, James, of Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd., Arthurstone, 

Meigie, Perthshire 
jCarmichael, James, & Co., Limited, engineers, millwrights, and boiler- 
M makers, Ward Foundry, Guthrie street (Telephone No. 363; Tele- 
grams, "Corliss") 
1 ICarmichael, James, & Sons, tanners, curriers, leather merchants, leather 
belt and boot and shoe manufacturers, 9 to 15 North Tay street ; and 
Burnside Tan Works, Cupar Fife 
ICarmichael, James L., 6 Airlie place 

Carmichael, John, of James Carmichael <fe Sons, Maxton house, 
Westfield, Cupar Fife 
I; | Carmichael, John, blacksmith, 157 Strathmartine road 
{Carmichael, John, dep. chief constable, Central Police Cham. , W. Bell st. 
Cax-michael, J. W. , engineer, Ward Foundry ; h. 2 Fintry pi. , Bro'ty Ferry 
ICarmichael, Stewart, artist, 65 Nethergate 
Carmichael, Thomas, fireman, 3 Blyth place, City road 
ICarmichael, Mrs M., spirit merchant, 18 and 22 St Clement's lane; h. 

Sunnylaw, Albany terrace 
:. Carnegie, Alexander, tenter, 74 North Church street 
ilCarnegie, David, engineer, 6 Lawrence street 

Ij CARNEGIE, GEORGE, sculptor, 3 and 5 East Dock st., and Lady well place, 
Victoria rd.; h. Osborne cot. , Maule st., Carnoustie. See Adv. p. 86 
i Carnegie, John, bricklayer, chimney restorer, &c, 15 Castle street ; 
h. The Nook, Barry 


Carnegie, James, engineer, 142 Lochee road 

Carnegie, James, 18 Seafield road 

Carnegie, R. Key, waiter, Royal Exchange house 

Carnegie, Mrs R. Key, hon. secy., Cabmen's Letter Mission, Ryl. Exc. h'J 

Carnegie, Mrs, 8 Baxter Park terrace 

Carnie, Robert, manure merchant, 17 Annfield row 

Carnochan, John, superintendent of cemeteries and parks, 93 Commer ■ 

cial street ; h. Laburnumbank, Wormit 
Carpenter, James, bank messenger, 2 Panmure street 
CARR, ALEXANDER, wholesale and retail china, glass, and hardware) 

merchant, 4 and 6 South Tay street ; h. 13 Baxter Park terrace ! 

See Adv. p. 98 
Carr, Alexander, coachman, Westpark, Perth road 
Carr & Co., warehousemen, Argyle House, 5 Tally street 
Carr, John, teller, British Linen Co. Bank, Victoria rd. ; h. 20 Forebank rd. j 
Carr, Michael S., of Carr & Co., Collingwood, Cluny avenue, Edinburgh 
Carr, Robert, of R. & A. T. Carr, 7 Buchan street 
Carr, Robert, currier, 21 Cotton road 
Carr, Robert D., painter, 45a Arbroath road (Telephone No. 35 y3) ! 

h. 1 Thornbank street 
CARR, R. &A. T., tinsmiths, coppersmiths, and plumbers, 59 Cotton roacl 

(Telephone No. 1210). See Adv. p. 46 
Carr, Mrs, 67 Seagate 
Carr, Misses, dressmakers, 225 Overgate 
Carrick, William, blacksmith, 59 Blackscroft 
Carrie, Charles, flax inspector, 45 Blackness road 
Carrie, David, gateman, Tay Ferries, 9 Craig street 
Carrie, George, jun., watchmaker, jeweller, 13 Overgate ; h. 6 Smith st.' 
Carrie, Jessie, newsagent & tobacconist, 16 Westport ; h. 33 Parkwynd 1 
Carrie, Captain Stewart, Tay Ferries ; A. 110 Lochee road 
Carrie, William, 1 Blackness crescent 
Carroll, Maggie Allison, teacher, 3 Airlie terrace 
Carroll, Thomas, pianotuner, 51 Yeaman shore 
Carron Company, pig iron and coal department, 4 India buildings ;j 

Hugh T. Smith, agent 5 \ 

Carruthers, James, signalman, 21 Pitfour street 

Carruthers, Mrs Geo., furniture dlr., 143 Overgate ; h. 25 N. Lindsay st.» 
Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co., Ltd., dairy produce merchants, Ward road* 

(Telephone No. 371) ; shops, Ward road and 14 Crichton street 
Carse of Gowrie Farmers' Club ; secretary, Alexander Anderson, Berry- ! 

hill, by Dundee ; place of call, Tues. and Fri., 12 St Clement's lane 
Carse, Robert, porter, 6 Blackness street 
Carse, William, woodturner, 16 Gardner's lane 
Carson, William, lathsplitter, 84 Commercial street 
Carstairs, David, warehouseman, 114 Arklay street 
Carstairs, John, ironturner, 7 Bruce street 
Carstairs, John, mechanic, 36 North Ellen street 
Carstairs, Thomas, yarndresser, 31 Annfield road 
Carstens, William, 1 St Johnswood terrace 
Carswell, David, of D. Carswell & Sons, 5 Shamrock street 
Carswell, David, joiner, 2 Wilkie's lane 


JCarswell, David, jun., of D. Carswell & Sons, 48 Albert street 

Carswell, David, & Sons, wholesale grocers, 9 to 19 Commercial street 

Carswell, Thomas, bootmaker, 171 Hilltown ; h. 34 James street 

ICarswell, William, of D. Carswell & Sons, Ascot, West Newport 

[Carter, Paterson, & Co., Ltd., general carriers (London); agents, 
Paterson's Express Co., 41 Castle street 

(Carter, Mrs John, 3 Blackness avenue 

Cartmill, John, hairdresser, 36 Union st., Maxwelltown ; h. 61 Hill st. 

ICarver, James, warehouseman, 224 Lochee road 

[Carver, John, newspaper despatcher, 52 Provost road 

iCasey, Mrs J. P., dealer in furniture, left-off clothing, antiquarian and 
general bookseller, licensed broker, 19, 21 Scouringburn 

Cash Clothing Co., clothiers, 20 to 24 Hawkhill 

(Cash Drapery Warehouse, 132 and 134 Hilltown 

ICassaday, John, dentist, 43 Murraygate ; h. Elgina, Brook st., B. Ferry 

Cassidy, Andrew, traveller, 3 Melrose terrace 

•Cassidy, James, Ogilvie's road 

(Cassie, William, stereotyper, 258 Blackness road 

jCassie, Mrs J. M., 147 Albert street 

iCassius Ship Co., Ltd., 1 Commercial st. ; J. Smith Ritchie, manager 

pastagnino, Louis, confectioner, 8 South Union st. ; h. 65 Commercial st. 

Cathcart, George, coal salesman, 47 Annfield road 

jCathcart, Mrs, 257 Clepington road 

Uathcart, Miss G., dressmaker, 91 Milnbank road 

Dathro, Alex., grocer & spirit mer., 144 Hilltown ; h. 22a Strathmartine rd. 

Uathro, Alex., jr., grocer and spirit merchant, 104 Albert street (Tele- 
phone No. 01911) ; h. 10 Baxter Park terrace 

Cathro, David, tinsmith, 336 Loons road 

Dathro, David, assistant draper, 67 North Wellington street 

Dathro, David, spirit merchant, 133 Hawkhill : h. Hermonhill cottages, 
Well road, Hawkhill 

Cathro, Isabella, stationer, 10 Strathmartine rd.; h. 22a 

Jathro, George M., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 238 Hilltown and 
2 Stirling street ; h. 20^ Caldrum street 

Cathro, James, confectioner, 19 Hospital wynd 

Jathro, James W., tailor, 13 Hospital wynd 

Cathro, John N., grocer, 76 Annfield road ; h. 73 

3athro, Thomas, 1 Albert square 

Cathro, William, bath attendant, 35 Guthrie street 

Cathro, William E., messenger, National Bank ; h. 1 Albert square 

Cathro, Mrs Thomas, fish merchant, 126 Overgate ; h. 175 

Cathro, Miss H., dressmaker, 73 Annfield road 

Cathro, Mrs William, 20g- Caldrum street 

Caution, John, caretaker, 91 Commercial street 

]aw, Archibald C, grocer, 176 Lochee road 

Jaw's Restaurant, 25 Panmure street (Telephone No. 537) ; h. 23 

Cemeteries Office, 93 Commercial st. ; John Carnochan, superintendent 

Cemetery Office, Western Cemetery ; R. G. Rae, superintendent 

Central Billiard Rooms, 1 New Inn entry, Alex. Mill, propr. ; h. 3 Scott st. 

Central Insurance Co., Ltd. (fire, accident, burglary), 6 Euclid crescent ; 
F. Norton Andrews, local manager ; h. Balmyle, Wormit 




Century Insurance Co., Ltd., 15 Castle street ; G. Smith, resident secy. 

Chalmers, Alexander, shoemaker, 9 Cochrane street 

Chalmers, Alex., practical & landscape gardener, 1 Argyle pi., Thomson st. 

Chalmers, Alexander, moulder, 71 Blackscroft 

Chalmers, Alexander, sawyer, 42 William street, Forebank 

Chalmers, Andrew, foreman calenderworker, 155 Strathmartine road 

Chalmers, Bell, carting contractor and dairyman, 4 Miln- street 

Chalmers, Charles, butcher, 75 Perth road (Telephone No. 10x2) ; h. 

31 Seafield road 
Chalmers, Charles, mechanic, 250 Blackness road 
Chalmers, David, mechanic, 12 Ben vie road 
Chalmers, David, draper's porter, 55 Dura street 
Chalmers, David, tailor, 15 Forest Park road 
Chalmers, David F. , millfurnisher and machine merchant, Temple Mills, 

35 North Tay street ; h. 1 Aberlemno terrace 
Chalmers, Frank Y., cattledealer, Easter Clepington house 
Chalmers, George, iron planer, 79 Arbroath road 
Chalmers, George, 247 Blackness road 
Chalmers, James, clerk, 17 South Wellington street 
Chalmers, James, manager, Tay Works ; h. 4 Constitution terrace 
Chalmers, James, joiner, 3 Roslin terrace 
Chalmers, James, shore porter, 60 Watson street 
Chalmers, James, calenderworker, 70 Ure street 
Chalmers, James, clockfitter, 24 Hunter street 
Chalmers, James, shoemaker, 34 Alexander street 

Chalmers, John, rope and twine maker, Bellfield street ; h. 204 Hawkhill 
Chalmers, John, machinist, 126 Princes street 
Chalmers, John, tailor, 38 Blackness road 
Chalmers, John, baker, 34 Dallfield walk 
Chalmers, John, rope and sail maker, 9 Annfield row 
Chalmers, Joseph, mason, 62 Walton street 
Chalmers, Leonard, clerk, 16 Forest Park road 
Chalmers, Nathaniel, fireman, 40 Kemback street 
Chalmers, Peter, carter, 53 North street 
Chalmers, Peter, carter, 1 Lawrence street 

Chalmers, P., caretaker, Cowgate Public School; h. 29 King street 
Chalmers, Robert, manager, Dens Works (Mills) ; h. Rotherwood, S 

West Newport 
Chalmers & White, merchants, 9 Royal Exchange lane 
Chalmers, William, bootmaker, 40 High street (Telephone No. 1186); 

branch, 111 Perth road ; h. Mabelbank, West Ferry 
Chalmers, William, ropespinner, 15 Annfield row 

Chalmers, William F., of Chalmers & White, 4 Kilnburn ter., Newport i 
Chalmers, William L., mechanic, 45 Lyon street 
Chalmers, Mrs A., 160 Hilltown 
Chalmers, Mrs Henry, 31 Magdalen Yard road 
Chalmers, Misses E. & J., dressmakers, 119 Nethergate 
Chambers, James, musician, 24 Nelson street 
Chambers, Mary, 140 Lochee road 

Chandler, William, gardener, 21 Stirling street I 

Chapelton, Joseph, draper, 161 Hilltown 



Chaplain, David S., representative for Bourtreehill Coal Co., Ltd., 
Kilmarnock, manufacturers of sanitary specialties, 1 Westfield lane 

Chaplain, William, mason, 20 Gardner street 

Chaplin, John, mason, 79 Arbroath road 

Chaplin, Robert, fireman, 24 Park wynd 

Chaplin, Robert, warehouseman, 197 Princes street 
| Chaplin, William, shore porter, 61 Ferry road 
I Chapman, Alexander, of Chapman & Gillies, 1 Mountpleasant 
I Chapman, C. W., cashier, 17 Baxter Park terrace 

I Chapman, George, church-officer, St Paul's Est. Ch. ; h. 23 High street 
I! CHAPMAN & GILLIES, upholsterers, 5 Queen's Hotel buildings, Nethergate 
(Telephone No. 1016). See Adv. p. 93 

Chapman, James, jun., of Jas. Chapman & Son, Wormit house, Wormit 
j Chapman, James, & Son, confectioners, 77 Murraygate 
i Chapman, Lawrence, milloverseer, 110 Lochee road 
; Chapman, Mrs David, 56 Magdalen Yard road 

I Charles, Alex , police supt., Courthouse bldgs.; h. 197 Strathmartine rd. 
(Charles, George, ironturner, 16 South George street 
I Charles, John, tinsmith, 35 Lawrence street 
I Charles, Robert, 113 Strathmartine road 
flCharlwood, J. W., musician, 14 Peddie street 

CHATWOOD'S PATENT SAFE and LOCK CO., Ltd; agents, P. & W. 
MacLellan, Ltd., 129 Trongate, Glasgow. See Adv. p. 24 

Cheape, W. R., baker, 139 Hilltown 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron, bleaching powder and chemical 
manufacturers (Frankfort); agent, Henry Inglis, lOPanmure street 

Cherry, David A., 8 East Somerville place 

Chesson, Rev. Wm. Henry, Russell Chapel ; h. 10 Aberlemno terrace 

Chesterman, J., frenchpolisher, 18 Forebank road 

Children's Free Breakfast and City Mission, Bell Street lane 

Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank ; Mrs Eliza Buchan, matron 

Chili, Vice-Consul for — -Geo. C. Keiller, 9 Panmure street 

Chill, Capt. W., West Indian Regiment, adjutant, 3rd V.B.R.H., 5 
Blackness avenue 

jChinnery, Hugh, tobacconist, 90 Scouringburn 

IChisholm, C. D., draper's assistant, 4 Rosefield street 

Chisholm, Duncan, commission merchant, 3 Eden street 

iChisholm, Hugh, fencing contractor, 39 Dundonald street 

IChisholm, James, cork manufacturer, 6 Arthur street ; h. 10 

Chisholm, John, governor, Combination East Poorhouse and Parochial 
Sick Hospital, Eliza st. (Telep. No. 303) ; h. Molison hse., Mains loan 

Chisholm, John, railway clerk, 4 Sibbald street 

Chisholm, John M., bookkeeper, 3 Eden street 

Ohisholm, John P., grocer, 16 Arthur street 

Dhisholm, Samuel, sanitary officer, 2 Westfield place 

phisholm, Samuel, dairy, 38 Dudhope street ; h. 52 

Dhisholm, Mrs James P., 18 Arthur street 

Dhittick, James, porter, 23 North Church street 

Uhivers, A., grocer and wine merchant, 4 Daniel st.; h. 32 Tait's lane 

Shivers, Miss M., grocer, 78 Blackness road 

Dhristie, Alexander, painter, 40 Dallfield walk 


Christie, Alexander, calenderworker, 8 Malcolm street 

Christie, Alexander, fireman, 3 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 

Christie, Alexander, harbour porter, 22 Eaglan street 

Christie, Annie, draper, 125 Ann street ; h. 31 Main street 

Christie Brothers, clothiers, 94 Nethergate 

Christie, Charles, fireman, 27 North Ellen street 

Christie, David, overseer, 41 Erskine street 

Christie, David, jun., wholesale and retail fish and poultry sales- 
man, and egg merchant, 81 King street (Telephone No. 28y4 ; 
Telegrams, "Halibut"); h. 79 ; branches, Kincardine and Anstruther 

Christie, David, tailor, 5 Benvie road 

Christie, David, joiner, 48 Albert street 

Christie, David, tenter, 28 Dura street 

Christie, George, coal merchant, 3 Thistle street ; h. 13 Derby street 

Christie, Rev. George, B.D., St John's Cross Church ; h. 19 Springfield 

Christie, James, dairy keeper, 17 Crescent lane ; h. 32 Princes street 

Christie, James, cabinetmaker, 113 Strathmartine road 

Christie, James, of Christie Brothers, 48 Albert street 

Christie, James, mechanic, 41 Lyon street 

Christie, James C, hairdresser, 83 Victoria road ; h. 16 Wellington st. 

Christie, James L., sackmaker, 2 Victoria crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 

Christie, John, grocer, 1 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 

Christie, John R., of .Forbes & Christie, 3 Alpha ter., Broughty Ferry 

Christie, John W. , teacher, 4 Tullideph road 

Christie, Myles, 13 North Ellen street 

Christie, Nimmo, A.R.C.O., organist and music teacher, 8 Panmure 
street ; h. Darthula, Hillcrest road 

Christie, Peter, furniture dealer, 41 King street 

Christie, Robert, ironturner, 109 Clepington road 

Christie, Samuel, shipping clerk, M. Langlands & Sons, 39 Dock street ; 
h. 1 Gowrie street 

Christie, Skelton, lithographer, 144 Lochee road 

Christie's Temperance Hotel, 7 Whitehall crescent 

Christie, Thomas, plasterer, 10 Dallfield walk; h. 12 

Christie, William, railway guard, 206 Blackness road 

Christie, William, enginedriver, 42 Seafield road 

Christie, William, of Christie Brothers, 48 Albert street 

Christie, William, enginedriver, 5 Annfield row 

Christie, Mrs Andrew, greengrocer, 13 Lilybank road 

Christie, Mrs George, 32 Thomson street 

Christie, Mrs S., 10 Paton's lane 

Christie, Mrs William, 10 Baxter Park terrace 

Christie, Mrs William, 24 Dallfield walk 

Christison, David, ironturner, 38 Hillbank road 

Christison, Hugh, joiner, 10 Forest Park road 

Chudleigh, Andrew J., pensioned gunnery instructor, 17 Union place 

City of Dundee Co-operative Society, Ltd., general merchants; office, 18 
Commercial st. ; shops, 49 William st. (Forebank), 8 Derby st. , 115 
Hawkhill, 61 Albert st., 27i Benvie rd. ; bakery, 63 Albert st. ; 
drapery and boot shop, 10 Thorter row; Geo. Burnett, secretary 

City Laundry, 107 Victoria road ; J. & A. Dow & Co., proprietors 



Civil Service Clothing Co., clothiers, 26 Westport 

Clacher, John, joiner, 77 Overgate 

Clacherty J., district inspector, British Homes Assurance Co., Ltd., 41 

Reform street ; h. 20 Park avenue 
Clark, Albert Earl, music teacher, 28 King street 

Alexander, tenter, 47 Milnbank road 

Alexander, shoemaker, 25 Hospital wynd and 3 North George st 

Alexander, newsagent, 205 Perth road ; h. 296 

Alexander, 33 North Church street 

Alexander, joiner, 4 Lawrence street 

Alexander, fireman, 53 Erskine street 

Alexander D., fireman, 18 Shepherd's loan 

Alexandrina, midwife, 233 Hilltown 

Andrew, slater, 24 Ogilvie's road 

Andrew, confectioner, 10 Paterson street h. 12 

Andrew, yarndresser, 39 Rosefield street 

Ann, dressmaker, 152a Lochee road 

A. F. Chisholm, M.B., CM., 81 Albert street 

A. G., clerk, 2 Gowrie place 

Charles, stationer and tobacconist, 276 Hilltown ; h. 68 Hill st. 

David, ironturner, 49 Victoria street 

David, coal merchant, 51 Strathmartine road 

David, foreman blacksmith, 47 Milnbank road 

David, dairyman, 78 Strathmartine road 

David, mason, 14 Fleuchar street 

David, lithographic artist, 13 Speed's terrace 

David, compositor, 2 Tullideph road 

David, clerk, 193 Perth road 

David, photographic operator, 21 Scott street 

David D., clerk, 10 Garland place 

D., fireman, 16 Annfield row 

D. B., coal merchant, 51 Strathmartine road 

D. R., & Son, printers and stationers, 31 Castle street 

George, warehouseman, 5 Cunningham street 

George, warehouseman, 48 Victoria road 

George, painter, 1 Langlands street 

Geo., inspector of county police, County Police office, Johnston st. 

Hugh, warehouseman, 71 Blackscroft 

James, coal salesman, 49 Ure street 

James, ironturner, 3 St Matthew street 

James, tailor, 49 Erskine street 

James, mechanic, 4 Cleghorn street 

James, clerk, 34 Benvie road 

James, nightwatchman, 14 Baxter street 

James, compositor, 2 Victoria crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 

James, vanman, 23 Stirling street 

James, calender foreman, 45 Milnbank road 

James, tailor, 4 South George street 

James, watchman, 16 Malcolm street 

James Milne, teacher, 181 Strathmartine road 

James M., milloverseer, 42 St Mary's place 


Clark, John, butcher, 34 Strathmartine road ; h. 69 

Clark, John, ironmoulder, 8 Wolseley street 

Clark, John, millmanager, 23 Step row 

Clark, John, moulder, 11 Kincardine street 

Clark, John, ironturner, 28 Kincardine street 

Clark, John, clerk, 246 Perth road 

Clark, John, compositor, 5 Canning street 

Clark, John B., 366 Loons road 

Clark, Jonathan, lodginghouse keeper, 77 Overgate 

Clark, Joseph, carting contractor, 4 and 6 Ash lane 

Clark, Jule, chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 1 Ure street 

Clark, J. Wallace, of A. Esplin, Son, & Clark, Upper Reform st. , Tayport 

Clark, Patrick D., 1 Blackness crescent 

Clark, Philip, confectioner, 64 Ann street ; h. 62 

Clark, Robert, clerk, 57 Rosebank street 

Clark, Robert, insurance agent, 141 Clepington road 

Clark, Robert, compositor, 149 Albert street 

Clark, Robert, shunter, 10 West Dock street 

Clark, Robert, ironturner, 175 Lochee road 

Clark, Robert, butcher, 138 Scouringburn ; h. 254 Blackness road 

Clark, R. H. K., reporter, 23 Baxter Park terrace 

Clark & Sinclair, fruit merchants, 9 and 11 West Dock street (Telephone 

No. 1151; Telegrams, "Pippin") 
Clark, William, printer, 193 Perth road 
Clark, William, overseer, 123 Blackness road 
Clark, William, tenter, 14 Annfield street 
Clark, William, shipsteward, 246 Blackness road 
Clark, William, ironturner, 45 Annfield road 
Clark, William, Neva cottage, 5 Chalmers street 
Clark, William A., of Clark & Sinclair, Fernbank, Muirhead 
Clark, Wm L., accountant, branch manager, Law Accident Insurance 

Society, Ltd. , &c. , 1 1 Whitehall st. ; h. 2 Home ter. , Broughty Ferr j 
Clark, W., architect's assistant, 23 Step row 
Clark, Mrs George, 5 Harriet street 
Clark, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 43 Nelson street 
Clark, Mrs Thomas, 1 Mortimer street 
Clark, Mrs, 32 James street 
Clark, Mrs, 8 Bank street 
Clark, Miss L., restaurateur, 1 William st., Forebank ; /&. 118 Albert st.j 
Clarke, Alexander, builder and sculptor, 24 Willison street 
Clarke, Alexander, watchman, 17 Forest Park road 
Clarke, David, solicitor, 31 Reform st.; h. St Martin's, Queen st.,B. Ferry j 
Clarke, Davidson, cashier and bookkeeper, 29 Scott street 
Clarke, David W. , of D. W. Clarke & Son, Forebank terrace 
Clarke, David W., & Son, joiners and builders, 51 N. Wellington street 
Clarke, Ernest, ironturner, 2 Gardner street 
Clarke, James, gymnastic instructor, "Mars" Training Ship ; h. 26 

Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Clarke, James, of D. W. Clarke & Son, 4 South George street 
Clarke, John, cabinetmaker, 33 Rosefield street 
Clarke, John G., designer and teacher of wood carving, 19 Blackness st. 


Clarke, M. J., hackney carriage driver, 22 St Mary's place 

Clarke, Robert B., cabinetmaker, 277a Hawkhill 

Clarke, Miss J. B. , milliner, 162 Hilltown ; h. 2 Forebank terrace 

Clayton, Charles, joiner, 42 Lilybank road 

Clayton, Mrs A., medical rubber (certified London), 12 Park place 

Cleary , M. , grocer, 58 William street, Forebank ; h. 56 

Cleghorn, John, calenderer, 35 Victoria road 

Cleghorn, John, 16 Meadowside ; h. Clifton, Alyth 

Cleghorn, William, merchant and spinner, Albert Mill and Clepington 
Works, Arklay street (Telephone No. 324 ; Telegrams, " Horn" ; 
Exchange Box No. 27) ; h. Bayfield, West Ferry 

Cleland, Alexander, Deepdale, 27 Clepington road 

Cleland, Jas. , tnerch., 4RoyalExchange pi. ; h. Deepdale, 27 Clepington rd. 

Clement, Wm., &Son, agents for Dunragit Creamery, Ltd., 30 Taylor's lane 

Clements, Ben., officer, Wesleyan Church, Ward road; h. 7 Mid street 

Clepington Spinning Co., jutespinners, North Isla street (Exchange Box 
No. 1 ; Telephone Nos. 428 and 1513; Telegrams, "Clepington") 

Clunas, Mrs Hugh, 1 Blackness crescent 

Clydesdale Bank, Limited, High street ; William Bremner, agent 

Cobb, Mrs James, 4 Garland place 

Cobban, Alexander, signalman, 1 Peter street 

COBBETT, W. WILLSON, LTD., manufacturers of " Scandinavia " M. C. M. 
beltings, "Fenark" spindle listing, textile beltings, and supplies, 
35 St Andrew's street ; David Fenton, agent. See Adv. p. 2 

Cochran, James, tenter, 21 Lorimer street 

Cochran, John, monumental sculptor, 1 Ogilvie st. ; h. 22 Alexander st. 

Cochran, Mrs, draper, 26 Alexander street 

Cochrane, Alex., M.R.C.V.S., vet. surg., 47 Trades lane; h. 32 Castle st. 

Cochrane, Alexander L., superintendent, Post Office; h. 28 Dura street 

Cochrane, Charles, cartwright, 23 Nelson street 

Cochrane, Robert, carter, 5 Stirling street 

Cochrane, Thomas, hacklegrinder, 9 Peddie street 

Cochrane, William, of William Cochrane & Co., 2 Nelson street 

Cochrane, Wm. C. , accountant, Ryl. Bk. , M'ygate. ; h. Rose cot. ,Monifieth 

Cochrane, William, & Co., wholesale teadealers, 22 Dock street 

Cochrane, Mrs, grocer and spiritdlr., 137 Victoria road ; h. 3 Sibbald street 

Cochrane, Mrs, matron, St Mary's Rest, 113 and 115 Ferry road 

Cochrane, Mrs, draper and furnisher, 198 Seagate ; h. 200 

Cockburn, Alexander, telegraphist, 79 Blackscroft 

Cockburn & Campbell, wine merchants, 90 Commercial street ; Lt. -Col. 
J. H. Tarleton, agent 

Cockburn, George, manager, 30 Raglan street 

Cockburn, James, mechanic, 22 Fleuehar street 

Cockburn, Peter B. , hairdresser and perfumer, 6 Queen's Hotel buildings, 
Nethergate ; h. 45 Magdalen green 

Cockburn, Thomas R., warehouseman, 18 Arbroath road 

Cohen, Arnold, & Co., merchants, 14 Victoria chambers 

Cohen, J. Herbert, optician and jeweller, 15 Overgate ; h. 143 Nethergate 

Cole, J. E., insurance agent, 18 Nelson street 

Coleman, Patrick, wholesale and retail fruiterer and florist, 17J Pole- 
park road ; h. Lawside 


Collie, Hugh A., church-officer, High U.F. Church; h. 12^ Mortimer st.| 

Collie, William, mason, 70 Caldrum street 

Collier, Blanche M. , typewriting office, agent for Smith Premier Type- 
writer Co. , 33 Albert square ; h. 2 Athole place, Broughty Ferry 

Collier, Simon, & Sons, boot manufacturers, 15 Murraygate; and Glasgow! 

Collins, Isaac John, tailor's cutter, 1a Inverary terrace 

Collison, Thomas, coffeehouse-keeper, 26 North Wellington street 

Colliston, Charles, calenderer, 9 Ellen street 

Colliston, J ohn, ticket collector, 4 Eliza street 

Colman, Robert, sorting clerk, G.P.O. ; h. 186 Lochee road 

Colombia, Vice-Consul for — J. B. Taylor, 1 1 Panmure street 

Colville, David, engineman, 123 Blackness road 

Colville, John, assistant agent, National Bank ; h. 10 Springfield 

Colville, John Alexander, hoiTseagent, 5 Larch street 

Colville, John G., watchmaker, 144 Lochee road 

Colville, Thomas, 61 Provost road 

Colville, Win, F., manager, Forebank Carpet Works ; h. 29 Morgan st. 

Colville, Mrs A., 6 Balgay avenue 

Colville, Mrs William, 1 Ford's lane 

Colville, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 132ANethergate ; h. 6 Balgay ave. J 

COMBE-BARBOUR, branch of Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, Barbour, Ltd., 
machinists, millwrights, and engineers, Belfast; agent for Scotland, 
W. M. Bell, Baltic buildings. See Adv. p. 18 

Combe, James, wholesale grocer, 165 Seagate ; h. 2 Laurelbank 

Combs, Christian Victor, traveller, 24 Lyon street . I 

Commercial Bank of Scotland, Ld., 85 Commercial street ; John Lowson; 
and D. M. Nisbet, joint agents 

Commercial Cable Company (Mackay-Bennett System), 37 Albert square;! 

J. Stewart Anderson, superintendent (Telephone No. 554) 
COMMERCIAL Union Assurance Co., Ltd., 12 Victoria chambers ; A. S. I 
Fraser, local manager (Telephone No. 492 ; Telegrams " Cuaco"). 
See Adv. p. 127 
Comrie, Alexander, tenter, 168 Blackness road 
Conacher, David, goods agent, Caledonian Railway station, South Union 

street ; h. Westmarch, Monifieth 
Conacher, Duncan, jobbing gardener, 23 Union place 
Conacher, John, plumber, 4 Rosefield street 

Conacher, John, checker, Caledonian Railway ; h. 4 Baxter street 
Conacher, William, spiritdealer's assistant, 73 Hilltown 
Conn, William, constable, 14 Malcolm street 
Connall, John, grocer, 42 Constitution street 
Connel, Robert L., joiner, 1 Lytton street 
Connel, William, 8 Baxter Park terrace 
Connell, Alexander, batcher, 14 Wolseley street 
Connell, John M., of J. M. Connell & Son, Hill terrace, Wormit 
Connell, J. M., jun., of J. M. Connell & Son, Hill terrace, Wormit 
Connell, J. M., & Son, bootmakers, 62 Nethergate 
Connell, Mrs James, 56 Magdalen Yard road 
Connell, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 28 Bell street ; h. 18 Meadowside 
Connelly, James, labourer, 22 Wolseley street 
Connelly, Mrs Ann, broker, 9 Urquhart street ; h. 11 


Connelly, Mrs James, grocer, 76 Scouringburn ; h. 32 St Mary's place 

Conning, Alexander, fireman, 5 Baffin street 

Connoly, Catherine, confectioner and manglekeeper, 43 Gellatly street 

Connor, James, saddler, 60 Nethergate ; h. 36 Step row 

Conqueror, Mrs Janet, confectioner, 6 Temple lane 

Conrad, W. B., & Co., merchants, 30 Reform street (Telephone No. 552 ; 
Telegrams, " Rosefield ") ; and New York 

Constable, James, 63 Constitution road 

Constable, Robert, foreman fitter, 19 Victoria street 

Constable Works, Dura street; Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., manufs. 

Conway, James F., traveller, 17 Forest Park road 

Conway, Wm. F., dairyman, 24 Dundonald st. ; h. Edengrove, D'nfield. 

Conway, Miss Annie, teacher, St Mary's R.C. School ; h. 24Powrie pi. 

Coogan, John, tobacconist, 110 Hawkhill ; h. 12 Forest Park road 

Coogan, John, jun., confect'rand newsagt., 19 Albert st.; h. 32| Kingst. 

Cook, Catherine, broker, 86 Blackness road 

Cook, David, coaldealer, 8 Craigie street 

Cook, Rev. Donald, St Stephen's United Free Church ; h. 6 Albany ter. 

Cook, James, confectioner, 53 King street 

Cook, James, Craigbank, Rankine street 

Cook, John, late lodgekeeper, 44 City road 

Cook, John, coaldealer, 1 7 Craigie street 

Cook, Thomas, 29 Dundonald street 

Cook, Robert, fish salesman and steam trawl owner, Fish dock (Tele- 
phone No. 1165; Telegrams, " Cook"); h. Chesnut cottage, B. Ferry 

Cook, William, agent, 10 Kinloch street 

Cook, William, gardener, Duncraig lodge, Perth road 

Cook, William, wholesale grocer's porter, 30 Long wynd 

Cook, Mrs A., fruiterer and confectioner, 122 Hilltown; h. 124 

Cook, Miss, stationer and tobacconist, 8 Polepark rd. ; h. 1 Lawrence st. 

Cooke, David, pork butcher, Bay cottage, 31 Cotton road 

Cooper, Arthur W., of Cooper & Greig, 2 Westfield place, Bro'ty Ferry 
(Telephone No. 103) 

Cooper Brothers, cabinetmakers, funeral undertakers, and antique 
furniture dealers, 18, 20 Ireland's lane (Telephone No. 1286) 

Cooper & Co., tea merchants and grocers, 33 High street (Telephone 
No. 729), 120 Hawkhill and 235 Hilltown 

Cooper, David, milloverseer, 2 Forester street 

Cooper, George, consulting engineer and marine surveyor, and supt. 
engineer, Dundee Gem Line, 39 Dock st.; h. 1 Alton ter., W. Ferry 

COOPER GEORGE, furrier, 1 Bank street (Telephone No. 1727) ; h. Strath- 
view villa, Invergowrie. See Adv. p. 54 

COOPER & GREIG, engineers and boilermakers, Britannia Works, E. Dock 
street (Telephone No. 566 ; Telegrams, "Condenser"). SeeAdv. p. 96. 

Cooper, Helen, confectioner, 49 Baldovan terrace ; h. 27 Morgan street 

Cooper, James, watchman, 77 Hilltown 

Cooper, James M., of Cooper Brothers, 4 Dallfield terrace 

Cooper, John, millfurnisher, 56 Bell street ; h. Ivybank, 2 Madeira street 

Cooper, JohnG., clerk, 6 Park terrace 

Cooper, John T. , clerk, 47 North Wellington street 

Cooper, Robert, draper, 12 Balmore street 

sis general directory. 

Cooper, T. W., surveyor of taxes, 29 Bank street ; h. Dunella, Tayporl 

Cooper, William, joiner, 84 Ferry road 

Cooper, William, of Cooper Brothers, 3 Paradise road 

Cooper, Mrs William, 180 Strath martine road 

Cooper, Miss, 22 Ellen street 

Copeland, Mrs, confectioner, 23 Dundonald street 

Copland, Robert, carting contractor, 61 Trades lane ; h. 23 Dundonald st. 

Cord and Moleskin Warehouse, 212 Overgate ; Herbert Stocks, agent : 

h. 45 Blackness road 
Cordiner, John A. , butcher, 90 Rosebank street ; h. 1 1 Stirling street 
Cordiner, Keith M., butcher, 222 Strathmartine road ; h. 13 Stirling st. 
Cordiner, Miss, dressmaker, 13 Stirling street 
Cormick, John, cooper, 2 St Matthew street 
Cormie, James, engineer, 16 Forest Park road 

Corneille, David, & Co. (Liebig's Extract of Meat Co., Ltd.), 5 Barrack st. 
Corr, James B., teacher, 5 Cowrie place 
Corr, Mrs W. T. , 4 Aberlemno terrace 

Corrie, Mackie, & Co. , flax merchants, 1 Royal Exchange place 
Corrie, R. E., of Corrie, Mackie, & Co., 11 Windsor street 
Corsane, R. G., bookseller, upholsterer, & stationer, 112 Princes st.; A. 110 
Corson, Mrs, certificated surgical, medical, and ladies' nurse, 2 Victoria 

crescent, 1 Lamb's lane 
Corstorphine, Mrs William, wine and spirit merchant, 45 Strathmartine 

road ; h. 1 Canning street 
COSTELLO, JAMES, Jun., slater, 29 Dura street ; h. 147^ Ann street. See 

Adv. p. 11 
Coull, James, manager, Maypole Dairy Co., Ltd., 92 High street; h. 

Ill Arbroath road 
Coulson, John, glazier, 33 Constable street ; A. 4 St Matthew street 
Coulthard, Ceorge, assurance agent, S.A., 3 Canning street 
Coupar, David, engineer, 1 Arthurstone terrace 
Coupar, George, lithographer, 1 Bonnybank road 
Coupar, Hugh, carpet weaver, 11 Arklay street 

Coupar, James M. , grocer and spirit mer. , 169 H'khill ; h. 45 Milnbank rd. 
Coupar, John, confectioner, 58 Murray gate ; h. 13 Park avenue 
Coupar, Walter, ironturner, 11 Craigie street 
Coupar, William, borer, 51 Crescent street 

Coupar, William, cycle enameller, 8a King street; h. 48 Wellgate 
Coupar, William, clerk, 35 Baldovan terrace 

Coupar, William, confectioner, 69 Milnbank road ; h. 18 Rosefield st. 
Coupar, William, & Co., family bakers, 51 Perth road (Telephone No. 

853; Telegrams, "Shortbread") 
Coupar, Mrs James R., 119 Nethergate 
Coupar, Mrs William, 24 Gardner street 
Coupar, Miss, 39 Murraygate 
Couper, Charles H., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 5 City road 

h. Carseview, Blackness avenue 
Couper, George, clerk, 2 Elizabeth street 

Couper, Jas., grocer and spirit merchant, 38 City road ; h. 13 Pitfour st 
Couper, John, jute merchant, 94 Commercial street (Telephone No. 175 ;! 

Telegrams, "Couper"); h. Westdene, Perth road 


Couper, Robert T., Brussels carpet weaver, 11 Arklay street 

Couper, Thomas, of James Paterson & Co., Duncraig, Glamis road 

Couper, Miss H. , 8 Clarendon terrace 

Courtney, Ellen, confectioner, 88 Blackness road 

Courtney, Joseph, hairdresser, 308a Hawkhill ; h. 186 Blackness road 

Courtney, Peter, bottler, 186 Blackness road 

Cousin, Jas., assist. Council officer, City chams. ; h. 74 Commercial st. 

Couttie, James, of James Couttie & Sons, Cardrona, 61 Clepington road 

Couttie, James, & Sons, wholesale confectioners, chocolate and biscuit 
manufacturers, Morgan Works, 92 Albert street (Telephone No. 
281; Telegrams, "Couttie") 

Coutts, James, of Kirk & Coutts, Clifton, Wormit 

Coutts, John, late postman, 27 Lyon street 

Coutts, John, joiner, 157^ Scouringburn 

Coutts, John, packingcase maker, 177 Blackness road 

Coutts, John, showcard and ticket writer, 5 Bain sq. ; h. 27 Lyon st. 

Coutts, William, enginedriver, 49 Peddie street 

Coutts, Mrs Elizabeth, laundress, 192 Ferry road 

Coutts, Miss, 56 Magdalen Yard road 

Coventon, John A., stationmaster, Taybridge station; h. Taybridge 

Coventry, Charles, warehouseman, 52 Westport 

Coventry, Robert, lamplighter, 36 Watson's lane 

Cowan, Charles, blacksmith, 3 Kincardine street 

Cowan, Edward, solicitor and notary public, 4 High street ; h. Rowanlea, 
Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 

Cowan, George C, of James Cowan & Sons, 7 Castle terrace, Bro. Ferry 

Cowan, James, plasterer, 28 Polepark road 

COWAN, JAMES, & SONS, salt, cement, china clay and whiting merchants, 
drysalters, agents for D.C.L. yeast and malt extract, Weighhouse, 
14 Dock street (Telephone No. 128). See Adv. p. 49 

Cowan, Thomas, mason, 16 Gardner street 

Cowan, W. Chalmers, L.R.C.P.S.Ed., 1 South Tay street 

Cowans, David S. , of John Cowans & Son, West Mains, Auchterhouse 

Cowans, J., & Son, wholesale spirit merchants and distillery draff 
agents, 71 High street 

Cowbrough, James, drysalter, 150 Overgate ; h. 1 Rustic place 

Cowe, Charles Macnaughton, teacher of music, organist and choir- 
master, S. Paul's Episcopal Church ; h. 3 Tay square 

Cowie, George, collector, 40 Cleghorn street 

Cowie, John, mason, 22 Gardner street 

Cowie, John, waiter, 25 Clepington street 

Cowie, John, collector, 95 Commercial street ; h. 9 Pitkerro road 

Cowie, William, engineer, 62 Strathmartine road 

Cowley, Andrew, baker, 17 North George street 

Cowley, John, jun. , stationer, 32 Dura street 

Cowley, John, ironturner, 51 Dura street 

Cowley, William, calenderer and sack manufacturer, King Street 
Calender, 21 King street ; h. Riverside, Wormit 

Cownie, David, engineer, 368 Loons road 

Cownie, John, sorting clerk and telegraphist, 21 Airlie place 


Cowper, Andrew, enginedriver, 1 Corso street 

Cowper, David M., cropping overseer, 8 Baffin street 

Cowper, John, clerk, 5 Baxter Park terrace 

Cowper, William, clerk, 317 Clepington road 

Cowper, William W., evangelist, 24 Belllield lane 

Cowper, Mrs W. W., bonesetter, 24 Bellfield lane 

Cowperthwaite, Robert S., shipwright, 1 Thornbank street 

Cowperthwaite, William, shipmaster, 13 West Dock street 

Cox, Alfred W., of Henry Boase & Co., Limited, Glendoick, Glencarse 

Cox, Arthur J., of Cox Brothers, Limited, Foggyley, Lochee; and 

Glenmarkie, Glenisla, Forfarshire 
Cox Brothers, Limited, merchants, jute, flax and hemp spinners, manufac- 
turers of all kinds of such fabrics, bleachers, printers, dyers and 
calenderers, jute carpet manufacturers, rope and twine makers, Cam- 
perdown Works; head offices, Meadow Place buildings, Dundee: 
(Telephones— Dundee, 92 and 1505 ; Lochee, 905 ; Telegrams, 
"Cox, Dundee") ; agencies, 35 and 36 Aldermanbury (opposite the 
Avenue), London; 23a Portland st., Manchester; 77 Queen st., 
Glasgow; 115 Mill st., Kidderminster; 12 Rumford place, Liver- 
pool; 22 William st., Dublin; 50 North st., Belfast; and Royal 
Insurance buildings, Dalhousie square, Calcutta 
Cox, Edward, of Cox Brothers, Limited, Cardean, Meigle, Perthshire 
Cox, George M., of Cox Brothers, Limited, Beech wood, Lochee 
Cox, John, enginedriver, 40 Perth road 
Cox, John A., of Cox Brothers, Limited, Harefield, Lochee 
Cox, J. Ernest, of Cox Brothers, Limited, Lyndhurst, Lochee 
Cox, M'Euen, & Co., jute and linen merchants, 9 Meadow Place bldgs. 
Cox & Sons, Whitton Street Cabinet Works ; h. 23 Elizabeth street 
Cox, William, 55 Dura street 
Cox, Rev. W. J., D.D., 14 Rosewood terrace 

Coyle, Michael, wine and spirit mer., 21 and 23 Hawkhill; h. Newport 
Coyle, Mrs, 60 Bell street 
Crabb, Duncan, policeman, 3 Roslin terrace 
Crabb, George Y., clerk, Ravelston, Pitkerro road 
Crabb, John D., plater, 62 Seagate 
Crabb, William, boilermaker, 35 Victoria street 
Crabb, William C, compositor, 31 Rosefield street 
Crabb, Mrs William, provision merchant, 27 Lilybank road 
Crabbe, Dav..watchmkr.& jew'ler,26King st.; h. Carlogie rd., Carnoustie 
Crabbe, Frederick, waiter, 25 Kinloch street 
Crabbe, George B. , shipping agent, 84 Commercial street ; h. Drumore, \ 

15 Clepington road 
CRABBE, JOHN C, auctioneer and valuator, 26 Commercial street ; h. 

Sinclair house, 75 Nethergate. See Adv. p. 104 
Crabbe, Joseph C, clerk, 103 Arbroath road 
Crabbe, William M., upholsterer, 11 Janefield place 
Crabbe, Mrs A. S., 28 Springfield 

Crabbe, Mrs D. S., grocer & spt. mer., 127 Blackness rd.; h. 4 Airlie pi 
Craddock, Bertha&Maud, fruiterers, florists, 21 1 Perth rd. ; h. 27Tait'sln 
Craddock, George, enginedriver, 27 Tait's lane 
Craig, A. & T., builders, contractors, W. Clepington rd. (Telph. No. 1043) 


Craig, Charles, cloth inspector, 19 Park avenue 

Craig, David, house proprietor, 48 Albert street 

Craig, David A., hosier and glover, 18 Wellgate ; A. 94 Victoria road 

Craig, Dav. F., statnr. & fey. goods mer., 100 Hilltown ; A. 10 Lawrence st. 

Craig, George, engineer, 13 Isles' lane 

Craig, George B., glass and china merchant, 21 Union street and 69 

Perth road ; h. 25 Perth road 
Craig, James, enginedriver, 105 Hawkhill 

Craig, Jas. A., wine and spirit mer., 167 Scouringburn ; h. 180 Lochee rd« 
Craig, John, contractor, 191 Strathmartine road 
Craig, John, agent, Gospel Temperance Union, Y.M.C.A. buildings ; A. 

Cliftonbank, Downfield 
Craig, Robert, factory overseer, 30 Seafielcl road 
Craig, Robert, hairdresser, 296 Perth road 
Craig, Robert E., postman, 13 Stirling street 

Craig, Thos. C, builder, Clepingtonrd.; A. Sidlawview, Lintrathen street 
Craig, Mrs M., confectioner, 19 Kincardine street 
Craig, Miss Mary, stationer, 19 Princes street 
Craigen, Mrs Alexander, 18 Speed's terrace 
Craighead, Andrew, mason, 57 Rosebank street 
Craighead, Peter, milloverseer, 36 Carmichael street 
Craighead, Robert, dresser, 109 Strathmartine road 
Craigie, Thomas, grocer, 20 Miller's wynd 
Craigieknowe Grocery and Wine Stores, 23 Lilybank road ; Alexander 

Poss, proprietor 
Craigie Works, Arbroath road ; William Gibson & Son, spinners 
Craigie Yard Warehouse Co., Limited, The; Joseph J. Barrie & Co., 

managers, 10 Panmure street 
Craik, David, joiner, 35 Edward street 
Craik, William, baker, 3 Lowden's alley 
Craik, Mrs James, 1 St Peter street 
Cram, James, chartered accountant, 16 Euclid crescent ; A. 3 Prospect 

terrace, East Newport 
jCramb, Alexander, engineer, 131 Clepington road 
Cramb, James, cabinetmaker, 193 Blackness road 
Cramb, Robert, compositor, 15 Bonny bank road 
Cramb, Mrs S., grocer, 65 Ure street 
Crammond, Andrew, joiner, 28 Kincardine street 
Crammond, Charles, coachman, 151 Lochee road 
Crammond, David, coachman, 4 Gardner street 
Cramond, James C, commercial traveller, 9 Dallfield terrace 
Cran, Alex., grocer and wine merch., 19 Forest Park rd. ; A. 2 Peddie st. 
Cran, A., cashier, Tay Oilcake Works, Stannergate; h. 183Brook st.,B.Ferrv 
Cranmer, Isabella, draper, 54 Dura street ; A. 56 
Cranmer, John, postman, 49 Erskine street 
Cranmer, William, ironplaner, 6 Park avenue 
Crawford, Alexander, guard, 11 Annfield row 
Crawford, Archibald, vanman, 4 Isla street 
Crawford, John, potato merchant, 28 South Tay street 
Crawford, John, tobacconist and newsagent, 125 Blackness road; A. 123 
Crawford, John, harbour porter, 9 Eden street 


Crawford, John, M.B., CM., 1 Wellington street 

Crawford, J. W., musician, 26 Bell street 

Crawford, Richard, detective, 8 Forest Park road 

Crawford, Robei-t, colliery agent, 40 Perth road 

Crawford, William, fruit and potato merchant, 66 Overgate ; h. 77 

Crawford, William, police constable, 8 Cleghorn street 

Cree, James, plumber and tinsmith, 251 Hawkhill ; h. 2Peddie street 

Cree, John Murrie, clerk, Inchyra, Forfar road 

Cree, Robert, coal salesman, 184 Hilltown 

Cree, Thomas, mason, 2 Elizabeth street 

Creighton, George, porter, 42 Provost road 

Crerar, Daniel, pianoforte tuner, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

Crerar, Peter, sanitary inspector, 7 Lintrathen gardens, Clepington rd. 

Crichton, Alex. B., & Co., school bag manufacturers, Wallace Works, 
Dens road (Telephone No. 626 ; Telegrams, " Criton") 

Crichton, Annie F. , teacher, 3 Magdalen Yard road 

Crichton, A. B., of A. B. Crichton & Co., Abercraigie, 19 Argyle street 

Crichton, David, water inspector, 5 Annfield row 

Crichton, David, butcher, 5 Malcolm street 

Crichton, David, harbour porter, 61 Watson street 

Crichton, David, carpenter, 2 Corso street 

Crichton, David, of D. Crichton & Co., Auchinleish,3 St Mary's rd.,D'wnfield 

Crichton, David, & Co., builders and contractors, 166 Strathmartine rd. 

Crichton, Francis Rattray, 199 Perth road 

Crichton, George M., steel and iron agent and machine merchant, 37 

Exchange street ; h. Beach villa, Wormit 
Crichton, Harry, cab proprietor, Balgray road 
Crichton, James, wine and spirit merchant, 13 and 15 Victoria road ; h. 

Woodbine cottage, 14 Janefield place 
Crichton, James, coppersmith, 150 Lochee road 
Crichton, James, cycle mechanic, 6 Lamb's lane 
Crichton, James, lapper, 3 Derby street 
Crichton, James, 244 Clepington road 

Crichton, John M., spiritdealer's assistant, 210 Strathmartine road 
Crichton, Robert, colporteur, 98 Rosebank street 
Crichton, Thomas, school bag maker, 3 Magdalen Yard road 
Crichton, William, waiter, 2 William street, King street 
Crichton, W. , Cowgate porter, 44 Ann street 
Crichton, Mrs Daniel, 2 Rosewood terrace 
Crichton, Mrs James, grocer, 1 Derby street ; h. 3 
Crichton, MrsT., 9 Ogilvie street 
Crichton, Miss Annie, 18 St Mary's place 
Crichton, Miss H. , 29 Step row 

Crichton, Miss Mary, confectioner, 116 Princes st. ; h. 63 Victoria st 
Crighton, Andrew, foreman mechanic, 1 Taylor's lane 
Crighton, Andrew, milloverseer, 1 Sibbald street 
Crighton, George W. , waiter, 5 Morgan street 

Crighton, Jas., grocer and confectioner, 33 Crescent st. ; h. 3 Glebe st. 
Crighton, James, storekeeper, 31 Cleghorn street 

Crighton, James, commis. agent, 3 Seagate ; h. Willowgrove, W. Ferry 
Crighton, James F., joiner, 29 Rose street 


Crighton, John, of John Crighton & Sons, Lammerton terrace 

Crighton, John, & Sons, plumbers and gasfitters, 105 Cowgate (Tele- 
phone No. 1031) 

Crighton, William, of John Crighton & Sons, 11 South George street 

Crighton, William, engineer, 28 Cleghorn street 

Crighton, William, wine and spirit mer., 116 Cowgate; h. 10 Janefieldpl. 

Crighton, William J., shoemaker, 31 Kinloch street 

Crighton, Mrs Isabella, 111 Arbroath road 

Crighton, Mrs, lodgings, 40 Blackscroft 

Crighton, Miss M., dress and mantle maker, 134 Albert street 

Croal & Co., grocers and teamen, 14 Westport 

Croal, James F., grocer, 26 Crichton street and 112 Seagate; h. Brae- 
side, Lawside road 

Croall, Alexander, currier, 14 Brown Constable street 

Croall, John, shore porter, I South Baffin street 

Croall, John, boilermaker, 13 Blackheath place 

Crockatt, Andrew, ironturner, 34 William street, Forebank 

Crockatt, Miss E., dressmaker, 9 Glamis street 

Crockett, Alex. D., clerk, Harbour chambers ; h. 45 Dura street 

Crockett, Charles, joiner, 149 Seagate 

Croft, James, contractor, 24 Mains road 

Crofts, George M., bootmaker, 154 Lochee road ; h. 152a 

Crofts, Margaret, fish merchant, 93 Hilltown ; h. 150 Lochee road 

Crofts, William, joiner, 50 Provost road 

Crofts, Miss Alexina, fishdealer, 150a Lochee road ; h. 150 

Crole, Colvin, officer of Inland Rev. , 29 Bank st. ; h. 31 East Clepington rd. 

Croll, David, of D. & W. Croll, Ashley grove, Broughty Ferry 

Croll, D. & W, nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists, 63 Commercial street, 
and Dalhousie Nursery, Barnhill 

Croll, George B., Dilkusha, 19 East Clepington road 

Croll, John, of D. & W. Croll, Craigruich, Broughty Ferry 

Croll, William, gardener, Taybank lodge, Arbroath road 

Croll, William, engineer, 60 Magdalen Yard road 

Croll, Miss, 58 Seafield road 

Croll, Miss, draper, 171 Albert street 

Cromb, D. L., People's Journal ; h. 48 Union street 

Crombie, Thomas, cooper, 5 Gellatly street ; h. 22 
j Crook, Alexander, milloverseer, 55 Victoria road 
J Crook, John, late powerloom manager, 29 Union place 

Crooks, James, of James Crooks & Son, 10 Bell street 

Crooks, James, & Son, ironmongers, plumbers, and gasfitters, 89 King st. 

Crooks, John, tenter, 339 Loons road 

Crooks, Robert, of James Crooks & Son, 6 Forfar road 

Croom, Alexander, of Pirie & Croom, 4 Balfour street 

Crosby, Charles W., designer, 161 Strathmartine road 

Crosland, Luther A., manager, Singer Manufacturing Co., 9Bellefield av. 

Cross, David, hacklemaker, 17 Union place 

Cross, Ethel M., private teacher, 16 Baxter Park terrace 

Cross, George, waiter, 25 Rosefield street 

Cross, William M., grocer, 176 Lochee road 

Crow, Agnes, confectioner, 16 Wolseley street 


Crow, George G, clerk, Isabank, Blackness road 

Crow, Jas. , gamedealer, 27 Union st. (Telephone No. 794) ; A.Birkhill feus 

Crow, John E., commiss. agt., 13 William st., Forebank (Telep. No. 4y1) 

Crow, Miss, 21 Todburn lane 

Crowe, Charles, tailor, 12 Peddie street 

Crowe, David, of W. & S. Strong, 12 Dudhope place 

Crowe, W. S., hairdresser, 3 Seagate 

Crowley, William, commission agent, 31 Murraygate 

Crowley, Mrs G, draper, 38 Hunter street 

Crowlie Brothers, agents, 2 Coupar's alley 

Crown Hotel, 1 Shore terrace ; Miss M. R. Steel, proprietrix 

Cruden, David A., meat salesman, 115 Strathmartine road 

Cruden, James, enginedriver, 29 Bosefield street 

Cruden, Jas. G. , wh'sale & manuf. furrier, 22 Murraygate ; h. 238 Perth rd. 

Cruden, James H., joiner, 35 Baldovan terrace 

Cruden, John, engineer, 41 Lyon street 

Cruickshank, Alexander, plumber, 4 Cleghorn street 

Cruickshank, Bella, greengrocer, 145 Hilltown ; h. 10 Sharp's lane, Lochee 

Cruickshank, Charles L., waste merchant, 6 Park st. ; h. 7 Westfield lane 

Cruickshank, David, tenter, 63 Albert street 

Cruickshank, George, waste merchant, 6 Park street 

Cruickshank, James, sorting clerk, 317 Clepington road 

Cruickshank, James D., district inspector, Abstainers and General 

Insurance Co., Ltd., 27 Albert street 
Cruickshank, James E., coachman, Ashcliff lodge, Perth road 
Cruickshank, John, of Guild & Cruickshank, 3 Pitfour street 
Cruickshank, John, of Cruickshank, Son, & Co., 7 Ward road 
Cruickshank, John, grocerand wine merchant, 68Hawkhill; h. 5 Brown st. 
Cruickshank, John, general dealer, 106 Scouringburn ; h. 5 Brown street 
Cruickshank, Son, & Co., insurance surveyors and assessors of fire 
losses, 7 Ward road (Telephone No. 1265; Telegrams, "Cruick- 
shank " ), and 60 Princes street, Edinburgh 
Cruickshank, William, coal merchant, 13 Arklay street 
Cruickshank, William, gardener, 13 Dudhope street 
Cruickshanks, George, wine & spirit mercht. , 177 Overgate; h. 3 Pitfour st. 
Cruickshanks, James, coachbuilder, 29 Isles' lane 
Cruickshanks, William, milloverseer, 10 Albert street 
Cruickshanks, Wm. , jun. , sub-editor, Evening Telegraph ; h. 10 Albert st. 
Crum, Mrs Louisa, 5 Airlie terrace 

Crystal, J. P., of Robert Baxter & Co., Dalhousie cottage, West Ferry 
Cullen, Henry J., traveller, 6 Polepark road 

Cullen, Joseph, hairdresser fe tobacconist, 12 Tally st. ; h. 212 Blackness rd. 
Cullen, Peter, shoemaker, 1 Forest Park road ; h. 212 Blackness road 
Culross, Alexander, tinsmith and gasfitter, 30 Small's wynd 
Culross, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Culross, James, joiner, 9 St Matthew street 

Cumming, A. W., & Son, solicitors and notaries public, 1 Bank street 
Cumming, Edward, dairyman, 262 Hawkhill ; h. 43 Ryehill lane 
Cumming, George, merchant, 1 Royal Exchange place ; h. 23 Shamrock st. 
Cumming, Henry, boilermaker, 55 Taylor's lane 
Cumming, James L., clerk, Briarmount, 16 Wortley place 


dimming, J. Hunter, of A. W. Cumming & Son, 5 Balgillo cres., B. Ferry 
Cumming, Peter L., watchmaker, 99 Ann street ; h. 71 
Cumming, William, wholesale tea merchant, 15 and 17 Exchange street ; 

h. Ellenbank, King street, Broughty Ferry 
Cumming, Mrs, Nairobi, 16 Wortley place 

Cumming, Miss, principal, Seymour Lodge Girls' School, 235 Perth road 
Cummings Brothers, chemists and druggists, 49 Reform street 
Cummings, Charles, seaman, 5 Craig street 
Cummings, Charles, of Cummings Brothers, 20 Airlie place 
Cummings, William, of Cummings Brothers, 20 Airlie place 
Cunningham, James, of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., 1 Windmill park, 

St Andrews 
Cunningham, James, bookseller, stationer, and wholesale newsagent, 1 

Cowgate and 36 Murraygate ; warehouse, 23 Murraygate (Tele- 
phone No. 1343) ; h. 8 Nelson street 
Cunningham, John, enginedriver, 260 Blackness road 
Cunningham, John, church-officer, St Mary's R.C. Church ; h. 77 Hilltown 
Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., cake and manure merchants, 26 East Dock 

street (Telephone No. 1112; Telegrams, "Oilcake") 
Cunningham, William, millwright, 2 Rosefield street 
Cunningham, Wm., mechanical engineer, 3 Norwood ter., Westpark rd. 
Cunningham, William 0. , of Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co. , Ltd. , Hillside, B. Ferry 
Cunningham, William S., blacksmith, 32 Baldovan terrace 
Cunningham, Mrs Mary, 4 Garland place 
Cunningham, Mrs, 27 Baxter Park terrace 
Cunningham, Mrs, professional cook, 73 Murraygate 
Cunninghame, Misses, teachers, 1 Blackness crescent 
Cunnison, Charles, Normanbank, Rankine street 
Cunnison, David R., blacksmith, 49 Dens road 

Cunnynghame, Rev. Hugh C. R., St John's Epis. Ch. ; h. 93 Clepington rd. 
Curr, John, seaman, 51 Erskine street 
Curr, John M., baker, 18 Rosebank road 

Curr Night Refuge, 5 West Bell street ; George Rankine, superintendent 
CURR, ROBERT, auctioneer and valuator, Dundee Auction Rooms, Ward 

road (Telephone No. 385) ; h. 5 Duff street. See Adv. p. 45 
Curr, William, foreman ironmoulder, 24 Baxter Park terrace 
Curr, Mrs, newsagent and tobacconist, 141 Hilltown; h. 118 
Curren, Hugh, spinning overseer, 20 Fleuchar street 
Currie, Francis, cardriver, Balgay lodge, Blackness road 
Currie, Henry, telegraphist, 103 Strathmartine road 
Currie, W. H., hallkeeper, City Assembly Rooms ; h. 7 Exchange street 
Cusack, Owen, broker, 42 Alexander street 

Cussen, J. M. C, examining officer, H.M. Customs ; h. 94 Victoria road 
Cussick, Bernard, spirit merchant, 104 Victoria road ; h. George Tower 

cottage, Lintrathen gardens 
Cuthbert, Alexander, compositor, 22 Forest Park road 
Cuthbert, Alexander, compositor, 258 Blackness road 
Cuthbert, Andrew, sub-editor, Evening Telegraph ; h. 1 Roslin terrace 
Cuthbert, Duncan, compositor, 170 Lochee road 
Cuthbert, Duncan, compositor, 29 Scott street 
Duthbert, George, of Thomas Cuthbert & Son, 13 Albany terrace 



Cuthbert, George (spirit merchant, Lochee), 188 Lochee road 

Cuthbert, James, bookkeeper and cashier, 270 Perth road 

Cuthbert, James, grocer and provision merchant, 154 Hilltown; h. 119< 

Cuthbert, James, fruit salesman, 121 Hawkhill 

Cuthbert, John, shoemaker, 20 St Peter street ; and church-officer, S' 

David's Parish Church ; h. 35 St Peter street 
Cuthbert, John S., collector, 67 Dens road 
Cuthbert, J., salesman, 5 Eden street 
Cuthbert, Robert, ironmoulder, 5 Parker street 
Cuthbert, Robert, traveller, 157 Strathmartine road 
Cuthbert, Robert, compositor, 23 Rosefield street 
Cuthbert, Thomas, bottler, 51 Small's wynd 
Cuthbert, Thomas, & Son, coachbuilders and motor body builders, Ware 

road and North Lindsay street (Telephone No. 1344) 
Cuthbert, William, ironturner, 170 Lochee road 
Cuthbert, William, coaldealer, 12 Park wynd 
Cuthbert, William, joiner, 83 Magdalen green 
Cuthbert, W. P., grocer and wine merchant, 70 Strathmartine roa< 

(Telephone No. 20y5) ; h. 319 Clepington road 
Cuthbert, Mrs Wm., lie. broker, 59 Scouringburn ; h. 2 Blackness roa» 
Cuthbert, Mrs, 270 Perth road 
Cuthill, D. G., grocer, spirit mer.,18 Dallfield walk ; A.20Lintrathen gdns 
Cuthill, James, merchant (Cox, M'Euen, & Co.), 9 Meadow place build 

ings ; h. Ferguslea, Wormit 
Cuthill, James, carpenter, 21 Ellen street 
Cuthill, John C. R., grocer and wine merchant, 107 Lochee road ; h. 59 
Cuthill, William, spiritdealer, 56 Hilltown; h. 6 William st., Foreban] 
Cuthill, William, clerk, 83 Magdalen green 
Cuthill, Miss Jane, dressmaker, 83 Magdalen green 
Cuthill, Miss M., restaurateur, 152 Ferry road ; h. 57 

DA6G, ROBERT A., house and property agent, 3 Barrack street ; h. 14 

Perth road See Adv. p. Ill 
Dailly, Daniel, sen., retired draper, 17 Airlie place 
Dailly, Daniel, jun., wine merchant, 182 Hilltown ; h. 5 Somerville plac 
Dakers, David, tenter, 15 Lorimer street 
Dakers, James B., shipmaster, 47 Baldovan terrace 
Dale, John, millmanager, 69a Constitution road 
Dalgairns & Co., blenders, wholesale whisky merchants and exporters 

7 and 8 Shore terrace 
Dalgety, Andrew, butcher, 23 Constitution road (Telephone No. 1142) 

h. 106 Princes street 
Dalgety Brothers, horsedealers, 15 Park place (Telephone No. 636) 
Dalgety, Charles, of Dalgety Brothers, 1 Tay square 
Dalgety, George, flesh er, 106 Princes street 
Dalgety, Henry, police constable, 57a Hilltown 
Dalgety, William, of Dalgety Brothers, 1 Tay square 
Dalgleish, James, enginefitter, 24 Gardner street 
Dalgleish, John, bank clerk, 54 Seafield road 
Dalgleish, Sir William Ogilvy, Bart. , chairman of Baxter Brothers . 

Co., Ltd. ; h. Errol Park, Errol 


Dalgleish, Misses L. & M. A., drapers, 7 Scouringburn ; A. 52 Westport 

! Ball, George, tenter, 227 Hawkhill 

' Dall, George, collector, 50 Dallfield walk 

Dallas, David, overseer, 15 Taunadice street 

Dallas, Emily, tobacconist, 4a King street ; A. 15 Tannadice street 

Dallas, James, draper, 57 Cleghorn street 

Dallas, Mrs Alexander, 1 Roslin terrace 

Dallas, Miss J., grocer, 110 Rosebank street ; A. 15 Tannadice street 

Dalrymple, Alexander, police constable, 11 Pitfour street 

Dalton, Michael, civil servant, Inld. Rev. office; h. Mackie hse. , W. N 'port 
iDaly, Mary, broker, 11 Clark street ; A. 9 

Dalziel, William, manager, Rosslyn villas, 301 Clepington road 
|Dand, Charles, draper's assistant, 1 Morgan street 

Dand, Charles, warehouseman, Argyle House ; A. 11 Bellefield avenue 

Dand, George L., draper's assistant, 11 Bellefield avenue 

Dand, John, 23 Union place 

Dand, Wm., plasterer, 18 Main st. (Telephone No. 21x) ; A. 5 Melrose ter. 
(hDanskin, William, enginedriver, 15 Paton's lane 

Darcy, Miss B., confectioner, 12 Scouringburn 
j, Dargie, Alexander, signalman, Craigie, Ferry road 

Dargie, Alex. , blacksmith, 80 James street ; A. 59 Commercial street, Max. 

Dargie, Andrew, gardener, 1 Mortimer street 
. Dargie, Charles, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 169 Princesst. ; A. 43Erskinest. 

Dargie, David, warehouseman, 29 South Ellen street 

Dargie, George, blacksmith, 23 Scott street 

Dargie, John, blacksmith, 2 Lawrence street 
Iji Dargie, Robert, of Dargie & Son, 43 Erskine street 

Dargie, William, blacksmith, 11 St Mary's terrace 

Dargie, William, boilermaker, 51 Milnbank road 

Dargie, William, machineman, 7 Lilybank road 

Darling, Andrew, waiter, 24a Hawkhill 
I Darroch, Daniel, storekeeper, 6 Tulloch crescent 

Darroch, John, Dundee football player, 16 Strathmartine road 

Darroch, John, calenderworker, 18 Hunter street 

David, Fred, shoemaker, 48 Westport ; A. 116 Arklay street 

David, James, Stellagrove, Forfar road 

David, John, bootmaker, 74 Princes street ; A. 1 Baxter Park terrace 

David, John, yarn merchant, 77 Clepington road 

iDavid, Joseph, printer, 3 Blackness avenue 

David, Minnie L., teacher of music, 1 Baxter Park terrace 

David, Peter, calenderer, 10 North Ellen street 

David, Robert, reader, 52 Dudhope street 

David, Thomas, secy. , James Carmichael & Co. , Ld. ; A. 20 W. Albany ter. 

Davids, Mrs M. J., artist, 4 Gowrie street 

Davidson, Alexander, clerk, 18 City road 

Davidson, Alexander, plumber, 17 Lawrence street 

Davidson, Alexander, teacher, 30 Clepington road 

Davidson, Alexander, caretaker, University Club ; A. 104 Nethergate 

Davidson, Archibald, mechanic, 32 North street 
j [Davidson, Balfour, skinner, 20 Fleuchar street 

Davidson, Chas., church- officer, Ward Rd. Baptist Church ; A. Wardrd. 


Davidson, Charles E. S., of James Alexander, Sons, & Co., Stirling 

cottage, Camphill, Broughty Ferry 
Davidson & Co., bootmakers, 102 Overgate 
Davidson, David, factory clerk, 27 West street 
Davidson, David, waiter, 26 Cotton road 
Davidson, David, moulder, 11 St Salvador street 

Davidson, David, supt. of police, Marguerite villa, 399 Clepington road 
Davidson, David, painter, 120 Lochee road ; h. Lillianbank, Lawside rd. 
Davidson, David, warehouseman, 204 Lochee road 
Davidson, David S., engineer, 31 Wellgate 
Davidson, E. & M., confectioners, 306 Hawkhill 
Davidson, Fred S., stationer, 166 Perth road 
Davidson, George, dockgateman, 21 Lyon street 
Davidson, George, tenter, 53 Hawkhill 
Davidson, George, watchmaker, 9 Bell street 
Davidson, George, police sergeant, 189 Clepington road 
Davidson & Gray, chemists (wholesale and retail), 128a Nethergate 
Davidson, Hans, grocer, 191 Blackness road ; h. 18 Rosefield street 
Davidson, Henry, 28 Clepington road 

Davidson, H. B. , coal merchant, 81 Ferry rd. ; h. 135 Clepington road 
Davidson, H. B. , of Fergusson & Davidson, 41 North Wellington st. 
Davidson, Rev. H. M., St Andrew's Parish Church ; h. 11 Albany ter. 
Davidson, H. P., commission agent, 8 Garland place 
Davidson, Isa.,dressmkr., and agt. scientific dresscutting, 13 Albert square 
Davidson, Jas., cashier, Ladybank L. Wks. ; h. Victoria villa.W. Newpor 1 
Davidson, James, packer, 60 Alexander street 
Davidson, James, machineman, 29 Lyon street 
Davidson, James, stoker, 48 Crescent lane 
Davidson, James, carpenter, 71 Albert street 
Davidson, James, jeweller, 1 Graham place 

Davidson, James, grocer, wine mer. , 212 Lochee rd. ; A. 67 Logie st. , L'hee 
Davidson, Jas. P., house painter, decorator, 83 Peddie st. ; ^.19 Annfieldst 
Davidson, John, joiner, 59a Lochee road 
Davidson, John, 11 Craigie street 
Davidson, John, moulder, 68 Kemback street 
Davidson, John, mason, 46 Scott street 
Davidson, John P., clerk, Linden villa, Pitkerro road 
DAVIDSON, JOHN, & SONS, heating engineers and general blacksmiths 

22 Ward road (Telephone No. 01899). See Adv. p. 63 
Davidson, J. W., officer, H.M. Customs; A. Carriden,Monifiethrd.,B.Ferr3 
Davidson, Richard. 44 High street 

Davidson, Bobert, grocer and spirit mer. ,141 Lochee road ; h. 24Baxterst 
Davidson, Bobert, coal salesman, 10 Lawrence street 
Davidson, Bobert, shipmaster, 166 Perth road 
Davidson, Thomas M., M.A., B.Sc, master, Boyal Orphan Institution, 

133 Ferry road 
Davidson, Thomas, lorryman, 33 Watson street 
Davidson, Thomas, dyer, 34 Ogilvie's road 
Davidson, Thomas, confectioner, 19 Baldovan terrace 
Davidson, William, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 3C| 

Polepark road ; h. Camphill, Broughty Ferry 





[Davidson, William, undertaker, 143 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Wilkie's lane 

(Telephone No. 01891) 
Davidson, William, plumber, 42 Cleghorn street 
Davidson, William, colour sergeant, Royal Marines, recruiter for Royal 

Marines and Royal Navy, 44 Small's wynd 
Davidson, William, teacher, 14 Baxter Park terrace 
Davidson, William, mason, 2 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 
Davidson, William, storekeeper, 2 Main street 

Davidson, Wm. Douglas, bandmaster, teacher of music, 54 Seafield road 
Davidson, William H., ironturner, 111 Hawkhill 

DAVIDSON, W. (late Laird & Alexander), indiarubber and waterproof goods 
manufacturer and millfurnisher, 6 Reform st. (Telephone No. 727) 
and 51 High st. ; h. 4 Hillpark terrace, Wormit. See Adv. p. 23 
5AVIDS0N, W. R., registered plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 21 North 

Tay street and 3 Annfield road. See Adv. p. 34 
Davidson, Mrs Charles, 51 Small's wynd 
Davidson, Mrs John, 1 City road 
Davidson, Mrs J. S., 9 South Tay street 
Davidson, Mrs Wallace, 32 North street 

Davidson, Mrs, caretaker, Coachmen's Club ; h. 65 Commercial street 
)avidson, Miss Barbara, Law view villa, 18 West Albany terrace 
)avidson, Miss Ellen, 199 Perth road 

Davidson, Miss I. L., milliner, 70 Wellgate ; h. 36 Victoria road 
)avidson, Miss Maggie, dressmaker, 168 Albert street 
Davidson, Miss, 11 Bonnybank road 

)avidson, Miss, teacher of guitar & zither-banjo, Guitar Sch. , 9 S. Tay st. 
)avie, Alexander C, of P. & A. Davie, Woodbine, Downfield 
)avie, A., teeth specialist, 3 South Lindsay street (Telephone No. 

01901) ; factory, 25 Nethergate ; h. 3 South Lindsay street 
)avie, George M., M.P.S., chemist and druggist, 236 Hilltown ; h. 

Beechwood, Barry 
>avie, James, postman, 157 Strathmartine road 
>avie, John, packer, 13 Hospital wynd 
)avie, John H., Parkside, Arbroath road 
>avie, Peter, of P. & A. Davie, Beechwood cottage, Barry 
>avie, Peter & Alexander, house painters and decorators, 44 & 46 Vic- 
toria road 
)avie, Mrs George, 14 North street 
>avie, Mrs James, 1 Lorimer street 
>avie, Miss E. , laundress, 42 Kincardine street 
Javis, Andrew, joiner, 19 Blackness street 
'avis, Archibald, foreman blacksmith, 86 Ferry road 
•avis, Peter, seaman, 1 North Tay street 
•avis, Robert, clothier and outfitter, 2 Wellgate, and 20, 22 Panmure 

street ; h. Norbay, East Newport 
'avis, Mrs, dairykeeper, 65 Scouringburn ; h. 3 Blinshall street 
awson Bros. & Co., yarn and cloth merchants and millfurnishers, 2 

Baltic buildings (Telephone No. 748 ; Telegrams, "Cotton ") 
awson, David, teacher, Tay Street Public School ; h. 16 Strawberrybank 
;awson, D. R., merchant, 31 Albert square (Telegrams, "Dawson ") ; 

h. Tay cliff, Tay port 


Dawson, Henry, baker, 15 Eosefield street 

Dawson, Henry, beamer, 32 Hilltown 

Dawson, John, commission agent, 11 Crichton street ; h. 2 Airlie terrace 

Dawson, John, wine and spirit mercht., 27 Rose st. ; h. 40 Rosebank rd. 

Dawson, Patrick, irondresser, 13 St Mary street 

Dawson, Samuel, machineman, 32 Hilltown 

Dawson, Wm., grocer and wine mer., 112 Victoria rd. ; K 40 Rosebank rd 

Dawson, Mrs Mary, baker and confectioner, 8 Dudhope Cres. rd. ; h. 2 

Dear, Richard, tobacconist and newsagent, 16 Gellatly street 

Dear, Miss Eliza, greengrocer, 3a Tannadice street 

Deas, Alexander, enginedriver, 99 Peddie street 

Deas, Henry, engineritter, 9 Balfour street 

Deas, Jas. , tailor, clothier, 38, 40 Commercial st. ; h. Seaview cot. , Barnhill 

Deas, John, coachbuilder, 1 Annfield street 

Deas, John, assist, clothier, 38 Commercial st. ; h. 6 In vermarkter., Barnhill 

Deas, Miss, 1 Mid street 

DEESIDE HYDROPATHIC, Murtle (late Heathcot), near Aberdeen. 

See Adv. p. 28 
De Graaf & Co., margarine manufacturers (Rotterdam), 9 Exchange st. : 

J. Willocks, agent 
Dempster, David, shoemaker, 6 Park terrace 

Dempster, Emma, fish merchant, 23 Nethergate (Tel. No. 1235) ; A. 6£ 
Dempster, George, joiner, 75 Annfield road 

Dempster, G. B., painter and paperhanger, 5 Rosefield street ; h. 15 
Dempster, William, cashier, 6 Bellefield avenue 
Dempster, William, jun., butcher, 8S Scouringburn and 66 Polepark rd. , 

h. Melbourne cottage, 27 Perth road 
Dempster, Miss M. J., dairykeeper, 201 Perth road ; h. 6 Park terrace 
Denham, Annie, dressmaker, 16 Forebank road 
Denham, John, overseer, 9 Lyon street 
Denholm, George, moulder, 17 Park avenue 
Denholm, Miss M., dressmaker, 14 Fleuchar street 
Denman, Thomas Edward, instructor, 1st F.V.A., 3 Gibson terrace 
Denmark, Vice-Consul for — B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 
Dens Works, 13 Princes st. ; Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd., manufacturer 
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER (A. W. Paton & Co., agents), 41 Reform st. 

head office for Great Britain, 18 Holborn viaduct, London, E.C 

See Adv. p. 134 
Deuchar, Mrs, apartments, 4 Temple lane 

DEUCHARS, Mrs DAVID, lace and curtain cleaner, Wormit. See Adv. p 
Devine, John, cabinetmaker, 9 Parker street 
Devlin, James, bootmaker, 2 Raglan street ; h. 7 Albert street 
Devoto, Mrs M., restaurant, 12 Shore terrace; h. 33 Commercial stree 
Dewar, Alexander, causewajdayer, 5 Blyth street 
Dewar, Alex. , sec. ,Model Buildg. Soc. , 1 5 Castle st. ; h. Ardle cot. , Monifietl 
Dewar, Alfred E., plumber and tinsmith, 103 J Hilltown ; h. 42 Provost rd 
Dewar, Andrew, engineer, 87 Magdalen green 
Dewar, David, chief constable and procurator -fiscal, Central Polic 

chambers, West Bell street; h. 5 Windsor terrace 
Dewar, David, collector, 27 Cleghorn street 
Dewar, David, compositor, 44 Cleghorn street 


Dewar, James, compositor, 13 Morgan street 

Dewar, James W., tailor, 87 Lochee road 

Dewar, John, carter, 151 Victoria road 

Dewar, John, stationer, 34 Hilltown ; h. 3 

Dewar, John, gardener, North lodge, Western Cemetery, Perth road 

Dewar, J. S. C, police superintendent, 2 Lytton street 

Dewar, Mary, dairykeeper, 43 North Wellington street; h. 2 

Dewar, Peter, ironturner, 107 Ann street 

Dewar, Robert, cardriver, 21 Pitfour street 

Dewar, Tom M., plumber and gasfitter, 41 Constitution road (Tele- 
phone No. 01995) ; h. Durham street, Monifieth 

Dewar, William, 3 Blackness avenue 

Dewar, William, engineer, 55 Taylor's lane 

Dewar, William, mechanic, 60 Provost road 

Dewar, William, engineer, 5 Blackness avenue 

Dewar, W. M. F., cashier, 1 Smith street 

Dewar, Mrs B., 63 Lochee road 

Dewar, Mrs James, 168 Lochee road 

Dewar, Mrs, grocer, 22 Caldrum street ; h. 41 

Dewar, Miss Maggie, dressmaker, 8 Kinloch street 

Diamond, James, clerk, 48 Princes street 

Dick, David, grocer, 55 Taylor's lane 

Dick, George C, draper, 138 Lochee road 

Dick, George P., late spirit merchant, 72 Lochee road 

Dick, Henry, butcher, 120J Hilltown and 102 Rosebank street ; h. 
11 Strathmartine road 

Dick, James, of G. H. Nicoll & Co., Cedar cottage, Downfield 

Dick, James, hay, straw, and grain merchant, 40 Lochee road; h, 39 

Dick, James, watchmkr. and jeweller, 189 Victoria rd. ; h. 11 Morgan at. 

Dick, James, factory foreman, 4 Park terrace 

Dick, John, joiner, 228 Overgate ; h. 67 Seagate 

Dick, Rev. John, Maxwelltown Baptist Church; h. 347 Clepington road 

Dick, Nicoll, confectioner, 39 Stirling street 

Dick, Peter F., stationer, 66 Princes street 

Dick, Robert, joiner, 3 Hilltown 

Dick, Sabella Rhoda, dressmaker, 11 Whitehall street 

Dick, Thomas, cloth inspector, 20 South George street 

Dick, Thomas C, brassfmisher, 53 Hawkhill 

Dick, Thos. S. , builder, contractor, 30 Guthrie st. ; h. Laurelgrove, B.Ferry 

Dick, William, beamer, 1 Leng street 

Dick, William R. , draper, 273a Hawkhill 

Dick, W. B., builder, 58 Strathmore road 

Dick, Mrs Agnes, butcher, 47 Constitution road ; h. 96 Hilltown 

Dick, Mrs James, laundress, 237 Lochee road 

Dick, Miss Agnes, 14 St Mary's place 

Dick, Miss J. A., dressmaker, 159 Hilltown 

Dick, Miss, 3 Pitkerro road 

Dickie, Arch. P., of W. B. Dickie & Sons, Cambustay, Bi-oughty Ferry 

Dickie, David, wholesale builders' ironmonger, 23 Commercial street 
(Teleph. No. 1071); h. Ballochmyle, Norwood cres. (Teleph. No. 1301) 

Dickie, James, Ythanbank, 5 Lynnewood place 


DICKIE, JAMES A., wireworker and bellhanger, 14, 18, and 22 Barrack 

street (Telephone No. llxl) ; workshops, Barrack street; h. Inver- 

bay villa, Invergowrie. See Adv. p. 21 
Dickie, W. B., of W. B. Dickie & Sons, Cambustay, Broughty Ferry, 

and Whitehills, Inchture 
Dickie, W. B., jun., of W. B. Dickie & Sons, Cambustay, Bro. Ferry 
Dickie, W. B., & Sons, solicitors, 11 Whitehall street (Telephone No. i 

101; Telegrams, "Legal") 
Dickinson, Ernest G., representative, Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., 10 Panmure \ 

street ; h. Camphill, Broughty Ferry 
Dickinson, William, traveller, 16 Gardner street 
Dickson, Alexander, enginedriver, 31 Scott street 
Dickson, Andrew, joiner, 39 Lochee road 
Dickson, David, enginedriver, 19 Union place 
Dickson, David, joiner, 3 Watt street 

Dickson, David, of David Dickson & Co., 18 Kilnburn pi., E. Newport 
Dickson, David, & Co., jute merchants and millfurnishers, 24 Cowgate 
Dickson, Frank E., butcher and poulterer, 76 Murraygate (Telephone 

No. 1603); h. 3 Daisybank, Maryfield 
Dickson, H. S., resident inspector, Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd. (fire, 

life, accident, and burglary insurance), 7 Bell street (Telephone 

No. 749) ; h. Violetbank, Wormit 
Dickson, James, electrical engineer, 101 Victoria road 
Dickson, James, railway guard, 43 Peddie street 
Dickson, John, pointsman, 42 Seafield road 
Dickson, J. W., & Son, tailors, clothiers, drapers, 42 Albert street; 

h. Fairfield cottage, 329 Clepington road 
Dickson, Peter, 6 Somerville place 
Dickson, Richard L., sorting clerk, 51 Taylor's lane 
Dickson, Wm., headmaster, Rosebank P. Sch.; h. 17 Louise ter., W. Ferry 
Dickson, William, riveter, 27 Lyon street 
Dickson, William, police sergeant, 4 Gardner's lane 
Dickson, William C, solicitor and notary public, town clerk of Tayport, 

20 Castle st. (Telephone No. 693) ; h. Rockfield, Dougall st., Tayport 
Dickson, W. M., superintendent and secretary, Dundee Industrial 

Schools Society; h. Industrial Schools, Baldovan 
Dickson, Mrs, fishdealer, 182 Blackness road ; h. 67 Ure street 
Dingwall, A., clerk, 13 Baxter Park terrace 
Dingwall, John, draper, 19 Baxter street ; h. 21 
Dixon, George, moulder, 2 Dalhousie terrace 
Dixon, Henry G., ironmonger, cutler, sawmaker, and athletic goods 

merchant, 41 High street ; h. Braeside, Wormit 
Dixon & Irving, gas and oil engine specialists, motor car and printers' 

machinists, 41 High street 
Dixon, Thomas, grocer's assistant, 26 Gardner street 
Dixon, Wm., Ltd., coalmasters, Glasgow; branch office, 24 Yeaman shore 
Dobbie, David, mechanic, 56 Provost road 
Dobbie, James, traveller, Thomdale, 25 Clepington road 
Dobie, Miss, millinery establishment, 22 Union street ; h. 222 Perth road 
Dobson, Edward, bookkeeper, 129 Nethergate 
Dobson, Patrick, milloverseer, 3 Strathmartine road 


Dobson, Robert, coachman, Invercarse, Perth road 

Docherty, James, foreman tenter, 1 Bruce street 

Docherty, William, traveller, 35 Edward street 

Docherty, Miss Susan, confectioner, 8 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Docherty, Miss, sicknurse, 13 Blyth street 

Dock Street Warehouse Co., 23 Panmure street (Telephone No. 293) ; 
J. J. Horsburgh, manager 

Doctor, John, milloverseer, 67 Milnbank road 

Doctor, John, examiner, 30 Balfour street 

Doctor, Wm. F. , manufac. , 33 Albert square ; h. Ashleigh, E. Newport 

Doctor, Mrs James, laundress, 9 Graham place 

Doddrell, Miss, 1 Beechwood terrace 

Dodds & Bathie, agricultural auctioneers and live stock salesmen, 19 High 
st. (Telephone No.719), and 86 High st., Arbroath (Telephone No. 39) 

Dodds, Henry William, of Dodds & Bathie, The Birches, Carnoustie 

Dodds, James, fireman, 45 Lilybank road 

Dodds, J. Dickson, export and commission merchant, and insurance 
agent, 2 India buildings ; h. St Fort, Wormit, Fife 

Dodds, Thomas M. , of Dodds & Bathie, Baldovie farm 

Dodds, William, bootmaker, 125 Cowgate 

DODS, Miss E. M., The School of Cookery, 28 Ward road ; h. 5 Paradise 
road. See Adv. p. 59 

Doherty, Rev. John, Rosebank, Lawside road 

Doig, Alexander, tailor, 62 North Church street 

Doig, Alexander P., tailor's cutter, 1 Seafield road 

Doig, Archibald, carter, 109 Hospital wynd 

Doig, David B., clerk, 166 Lochee road 

Doig, Edward, ropespinner, 207 Hilltown 

Doig, George, goods agent, Tay Bridge station ; h. 3 Dalhousie terrace 

Doig, James, bridie and pie baker, 46 Overgate ; h. 48 

Doig, James, calenderworker, 7 Rosebery street 

Doig, James, tenter, 26 Victoria street 

Doig, James, calenderer, 38 Step row 

Doig, James, coalsalesman, 32 Peddie street 

Doig, James, mason, 4 Wolseley street 

Doig, James S., hairdresser, 13 Lochee road ; h. 13 Cochrane street 

Doig, John, carting contractor, 61 Derby street ; h. 15 Hill street 

Doig, John, mason, 12 Forest Park road 

Doig, John, wine and spirit merchant, 24 Wellgate ; h. 3 Charles street 

Doig, John L., M.P.S., of Wm. Doig & Sons, Struan place, E. Newport 

Doig, Peter P., mason, 351 Clepington road 

Doig, Robert, plumber, 10 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

Doig, Thomas, commission agent, 3 Walrond street 

Doig, Thomas, foreman electrician, 21 Scott street 

DOIG, THOMAS, monumental sculptor, 167 Victoria road, and 2 Welling- 
ton street ; h. 143 Victoria road. See Adv. p. 64 

Doig, William, baker, 308£ Perth road ; h. 306 

Doig, William, tenter, 54 Provost road 

Doig, William, house painter, 7 Roslin terrace 

Doig, William, of William Doig & Sons, Dunira, West Newport 

Doig, William, overseer, 13 Victoria street 


Doig, Wm. , & Sons, chemists & druggists, 9 High street 

Doig, W. M., assistant supt., Prudential Assur. Co. ; h. West Norton 

place, Heron's lane, Lochee 
Doig, Mrs Andrew, 53 Hill street 

Doig, Mrs William, house proprietrix, 6 St Peter street 
Doig, Mrs, 3 Peddie street 

Dolan, James, assurance agent, 51 Lilybank road 
Dolan, James, railway servant, 45 St Peter street 
Dolan, John M., general dealer, 9 Temple lane ; h. 13 
Dolan, Owen, insurance agent, 50 Lilybank road 

Dolan, Wm., tobacco pipe manufacturer, 94 Blackness rd.; h. 10 Well rd. 
Domenico, Giacopazzi, fish restaurant, 208 Hilltown 
Don, Alexander, M.A., M.B., CM., F.R. C.S.Ed., Park house, 145 

Nethergate (Teleph. No. 227), and 77 Albert street (Teleph. No. 1780) 
Don Brothers, Buist, & Co., Ltd., flax and jute spinners and manufacturers, 

Ward Mills, Barrack street, and at Forfar 
Don, David, chartered accountant, 104 Commercial st.; h. 76 Seafield rd. 
Don & Duncan, manufacturers, Mid Street Mill, and King's Cross 

Works, Lochee 
Don, Francis, grocer, 26 Rosebank road ; h. 23 Rose street 
Don, Gilbert W. , of Don Bros. , Buist, & Co. , Ltd. , Ravensby, Carnoustie 
Don, James, grocer's assistant, 53 Taylor's lane 

Don, John, dist. mngr. , British Key & Prop. Registry, Ltd. , 1 9 Milnbank rd. 
Don, John B., of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., Maulesden, near Brechin 
Don, Robert B., of Don Bros., Buist, & Co., Ltd., The Lodge, Bro. Ferry 
Don, William, factoryworker, 23 Miller's wynd 
Don, William, of Don & Duncan, Brakenbrae, Lawside road 
Don, Mrs James, 5 Inverary terrace 
Don, Mrs Jane, dressmaker, 279a Hawkhill 
Don, Miss, 6 Greenfield place 

Donaghey, John J., chemist and druggist, 185 Overgate ; h. 187 
Donald, Andrew B., head weigher and superintendent of weighing plant, 

Dundee harbour ; h. Lochview, 55 Clepington road 
Donald Brothers, manufacturers and merchants, James' Park Factory, 

98 Albert street ; office, 2 Meadow Place buildings (Telephone No. 6 ; 

Telegrams " Bonnie") 
Donald & Co., agents and accountants, 15 Castle street 
Donald, David, of Donald Brothers, 3 Clarendon terrace 
Donald, David, butcher, 94 Hilltown ; h. 107 Strathmartine road 
Donald, David, mechanic, 22 North Erskine street 
Donald, David, grocer and wine merchant, 87 and 89 Milnbank road ; 

A. 1 1 Pitalpin street, Lochee 
Donald, David, yardman to Police Commissioners, 3 Tannadice street 
Donald & Duncan, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 41 Nethergate 
Donald, George, of Donald & Smith, Rosedene, Barry 
Donald, George, of John L. Roy & Donald, Braeside, Fingask street 
Donald, George R., of Watt, Donald. & Co., 73 Clepington road (Tele- 
phone No. 1781) 
Donald, James, mechanic, 253 Blackness road 
Donald, James, collector, 36 Benvie road 
Donald, James M., sawyer, 18 Lilybank road 

General directory. 235 

Donald, James P., clerk, 4 Airlie terrace 

Donald, Jessie, licensed broker and china merchant, 302 Hawkhill 

Donald, John, tenter, 331 Loons road 

Donald, Robert R., clerk, 8 Arthurstone terrace 

Donald, Samuel, assistant gas manager, Gas Works ; h. 3 Taymouth 
terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Donald & Smith, glass merchants and glaziers, 48 Murraygate (Tele- 
phone No. 1097) 

Donald, Stewart, accountant, Dens Works ; h. 73 Clepington road 

Donald, William, of Donald & Duncan, 6 Bellefield avenue 

DONALD, WILLIAM, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 6 and 8 Gardner's 
lane ; h. Rowanbank, Rankine street. See Adv. p. 61 

Donald, William, street porter, 76 High street 

Donald, William, tenter, Elm cottage, 15 North street 

Donald, William B., teller, Savings Bank ; h. 69a Constitution road 

Donald, Mrs Alexander, 17 Wellington street 

Donald, Miss Amelia, stationer, 65 Princes street ; h. 1 Crescent lane 

Donaldson, Alexander, hamcurer, 1 1 Balfour street 

Donaldson, Alexander, carpetweaver, 32 Penny cook lane 

Donaldson, Alexander, porter, 32 Main street 

Donaldson, Alexander, bootmaker, 61 Wellgate 

Donaldson, Alexander, waiter, 7 Rosefield street 

Donaldson, Alexander, dresser, 31 Rosefield street 

Donaldson, Allan, cycle mechanic, 2 Tullideph road 

Donaldson, Balfour, overseer, 31 Dundonald street 

Donaldson, Charles, journalist, 9 Baxter Park terrace 

Donaldson, David, spirit merchant's assistant, 36 Benvie road 

Donaldson, David, painter, 28 North Wellington street 

Donaldson, David, coal merchant, 7 Rosebank road 

Donaldson, David, glazier, 46 Kincardine street 

Donaldson, Francis Y., grocer and spirit merchant, 33 Nelson street; h. 6 

Donaldson, George, mechanic, 14 Blyth place 

Donaldson, George, mason, 179 Blackness road 

Donaldson, James, spirit merchant's assistant, 30 Pitfour street 

Donaldson, James, upholsterer, 124 Hilltown 

Donaldson, John, shorthand and typewriting teacher, 21 Morgan street 

Donaldson, John, plumber, 25 Hawkhill 

Donaldson, John, furniture dealer, 10 Alexander street ; h. 6 

Donaldson, John, clerk, 2 Morgan street 

Donaldson, John, yarn and linen merchant, 1 Royal Exchange place ; 
h. Crescentbank, Newport 

Donaldson, John, calenderworker, 106 Hawkhill 

Donaldson, Peter, clerk, Post Office ; h. 14 Forfar road 

Donaldson, Peter, dairyman, 22 Rosebank road 

Donaldson, R. , labourer, 53 Dura street 

Donaldson & Son, plumbers and gasfitters, 27 Hawkhill 

Donaldson, Thomas D., compositor, 43 Lyon street 

Donaldson, William, hairdresser, 15 Princes street ; h. 11 Cardean street 

Donaldson, William, of Donaldson & Son, 30 Long wynd 

Donaldson, William George, clothier, hosier, and hatter, 25 Union 
street ; h. 52 Magdalen Yard road 


Donaldson, Mrs Charles, 9 Cardean street 

Donaldson, Mrs James, Ianmhor, 21 Thomson street 

Donaldson, Mrs James, 7 Strathview terrace, Forfar road 

Donaldson, Mrs Jessie, 74 Ward road 

Donaldson, Miss Jane B., apartments, 4 Bellefield avenue 

Donn, Mrs James, apartments, 7 William street 

Donnachie, Andrew, market gardener and potato merchant, 66 Ann 

street and 297 Hilltown ; A. Balhungie, by Monifieth 
Donnet, Jas., grocer and spiritmer., 94 Dura st.; A. 1 At hole ter., Mary field 
Don's Road Factory, Don's road; J. H. F. Henderson & Co., manufactrs. 
Donside Paper Company, Limited, papermakers, Donside Paper Mills, 

Aberdeen ; registered office, 1 Bank st. ; Henry A. Pattullo, secy. 
Dora, Giuseppe, fish restaurant, 75 Princes street ; A. 2 Middle street 
Dorward, Alexander, bootmaker, 59 Dens road ; A. 57 
Dorward, Charles, mason, 87 Strathmartine road 
Dorward, David, grocer, 56 Dalltield walk 
Dorward, George, gardener, Ardmere lodge, Perth road 
Dorward, John, joiner, 43 TJre street 
Dorward, William, seaman, 31 Princes street 
Dott, David, spirit merchant's assistant, 172 Clepington road 
Dott, James S., clerk, 61 Provost road 
Dott, William, 93 Arbroath road 

Dougal, Miss M., confectioner, 52 North Church st.; A. 10 South George st. 
Douglas & Barry, timber merchants, East Dock street 
Douglas, BlainC, of Charles Ower & Co., 1 Seafield place, Broughty 

Ferry (Telephone Nos.— Dundee, 129; Broughty Ferry, 173) 
Douglas, Dav. , grocer, wine & spiritmer. ,4 Crichton st. ; A. 3 Aberlemno ter. 
Douglas, David, yarndresser, 1 1 1 Strathmartine road 
Douglas, David, sub librarian, 8 Balfour street 

Douglas Foundry, Graham st. , Clepington rd.; Thomson, Son, & Co., Ltd. 
Douglas, George, shipmaster, 38 Whitehall street 
Douglas, George, telegraphist, 24 Baldovan terrace, Park avenue 
Douglas, George C, C.E., M.I.Mech.E., C.P.A., of George C. Douglas 

& Co., Woodriffe terrace, East Newport 
DOUGLAS, GEO. C.,&CO., chartered patent agents, consulting engineers, and 

valuers of mills and machinery, 41 Reform street (Telephone No. 

01960). See Adv. p. 115 
Douglas, George M., 1 Panmure terrace 
Douglas, James, carter, 16 St Mary's place 

Douglas, John, mangr., Dundee Courier ; A. 3 Caenlochan villas, W. Ferry 
Douglas, John, joiner, 36 Dundonald street 
Douglas Manufacturing Co., jute carpet and rug manufacturers, Douglas 

Mill, Douglas street 
Douglas, Matthew C, turner, 31 Cleghorn street 

Douglas, M. G. , j ute salesman, 2 Baltic b'ldgs ; A. Auburn ter. , In vergowrie 
Douglas, Peter, retired mason, 168 Lochee road 
Douglas, Peter, upholsterer, 34 Baldovan terrace 
Douglas, Robert, plasterer, 10 Lawrence street 
Douglas, Robert, vanman, 157 Strathmartine road 
Douglas & Smith, engravers, 26 Castle street 
Douglas, Thomas M. , cabinetmaker, 28 Kincardine street 


Douglas, William, tailor, 28 Dallfield terrace 

Douglas, W. A., of W. A. Douglas & Co., Idabank, Broughty Ferry 

Douglas, W. A., & Co., spinners & mfrs., West Ward Work s,Bl in shall st. 

Douglas, Mrs T., confectioner, 39 William street, Forebank 

Douglass, J. R., civil engineer, Harbour chambers; h. Graybank, 22 

Magdalen Yard road 
Dovener, J. H., & Co., sack and bag merchants (Liverpool), 51 Meadow- 
side) ; and 18 Union street, Liverpool 
Dow, Alexander, mason, 71 Magdalen green 

Dow, Andrew G., M.A., M.B., CM., surgeon, 26 South Tay street 
Dow, A., fitter, 9 Malcolm street 

Dow, David, of Cox Brothers, Limited, Marchbanks house, Lochee 
Dow, David, dairy kpr. and greengrocer, 248 Perth rd.; h. 8 Paton's lane 
Dow, George, calenderworker, 11 Speed's terrace 
Dow, George L. , hairdresser and tobacconist, 42 and 44 Commercial st. ; 

h. Laurel villas, Ramsay park, Broughty Ferry 
Dow, Jas., wine and spirit merchant, 36 Scouringburn ; h. 2 Wilkie's lane 
Dow, James, bundler, 12 Parker street 

Dow, James, clerk ; organist, Logie Parish Church ; h. 9 Balgay avenue 
Dow, James, railway inspector, 142 Nethergate 
Dow, James, woodturner, 36 Park avenue 
Dow, John, iron, steel, and metal merchant, 5 Commercial street ; h. 

Woodmuir park, West Newport 
Dow, John, housepainter, 96 Caldrum street 
Dow, John, ironmonger, 24 Baxter street 
Dow, John Ewan, & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 10 Victoria 

chambers (Telephone No. 457 ; Telegrams, " Sacks") 
Dow, John, of J. & A. Dow & Co., 36 Victoria road 
Dow, Thomas, 9 Balgay avenue 
Dow, Walter, 159 Strathmartine road 
Dow, William, auctioneer, fruit salesmen, and potato merchant, Craig 

Street Fruitmarket and 38 Westport ; h. 42 Westport 
Dow, Mrs William, potato merchant, 18 Hawkhill; h. 9 
Dowie, Rev. James, Maryfield Established Church ; h. 20 Maryfield ter. 
Dowie, Bobert, wholesale and retail confectioner, 54 and 56 Arbroath rd. ; 

h. 1 Kemback street 
Dowie, Thomas, enginedriver, 40 Union street 

Downie, Albert, bootmaker, 230 Lochee road ; h. USRosebery st., Lochee 
Downie, Alex. P. ,R.N. R. , dep. supt. , Mercantile M ar. Office ; h. 23 Step row 
Downie, Andrew, joiner, 151 Victoria road 
Downie, Charles, restaurateur, 38 Whitehall street 
Downie, Charles, warehouseman, 55 Milnbank road 
Downie, James, dining-rooms, 16 South Union st. ; h. 94 Commercial st. 
Downie, James, shipmaster, 94 Commercial street 
Downie, John C. , overseer, 23 Step row 
Downie, Joseph, lathsplitter, 118 Hillcown 

Downie, Robt. , temp, barkpr. , 89 Strathmartinerd. ; h. 331 Clepingtonrd. 
Downie, William, butcher, 54 Watson street ; h. 52 
Downie, William C, ironturner, 58 Peddie street 
Downie, Mrs Ellen, 23 Hilltown 
Downie, Mrs George, 304 Blackness road 


Downie, Mrs James, milliner, 94 Commercial street 

Downton, Henry, tuner, 27 Provost road 

Doyle, John, cabinetmaker, 7 Arklay street 

Doyle, John, traveller, 7 Lyon street 

Doyle, Joseph, hairdresser, 25 Polepark road ; h. 38 

Doyle, Patrick, grocer, spirit mer., 30, 32 Watson st. ; h. 113 Arbroath rd. 

Doyle, Patrick, spirit merchant's assistant, 6 Polepark road 

Draffen, George, of Draffen & Jarvie, Riverleigh, Perth road 

Draffen & Jarvie, wholesale and retail warehousemen, 8& 10 Nethergate 
and 1 & 3 Whitehall st. (Telephone No. 104 ; Telegrams, "Draffen ") 

Draffen, John J., of Draffen & Jarvie, Riverleigh, Perth road 

Draffen, William Stirling, of Draffen & Jarvie, Riverleigh, Perth road 

Drever, Samuel, policeman, 341 Clepington road 

Drewett, Mrs, 6 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 

Drimmie, Mrs Allan, 55 Lochee road 

Driscall, Charles, pensioner, 10 Clark street 

Dron, Robert, goods guard, 2 Abbotsford place, Peddie street 

Dron, Thomas, clerk, 9 Ward road 

Drummond, Daniel C, engineer, 7 Park terrace 

Drummond, David, engineer, 15 Baxter Park terrace 

Drummond, George, of Wm. Kinnear & Co., Woodside cottage, New- 
port (Telephone No. 2) 

Drummond, Henry, warehouseman, 69 North Tay street 

DRUMMOND, HENRY, painter and decorator, 10S Nethergate (Telephone 
No. 206) ; h. Armadale, Blackness road. See Adv. p. 43 

Drummond, James, guard, 8 Peddie street 

Drummond, John W. , fruit mer. , 7 and 9 Baltic st. ; h. 340 Perth road 

Dryden, Charles, instructor, "Mars" Training Ship; h. 35 Edward 

Drummond, Mrs W. D., fruiterer, 209 Perth road ; h. 2 Strawberrybank 

Drummond, Mrs, 48 Seafield road 

Dryden, David, lorryman, 57 Cowgate 

Dryden, Helen Birse, grocer, 12 Isla street ; h. North Lawton 

Dryden, James, police constable, 7 Parker street 

Dryden, James, dairyman, North Lawton 

Dryden, James, inspector of Harbour police; h. Harbour Police office 

Dryden, James, mechanic, 4 M'Gill street 

Dryden, John R., cashier, Harbour Police buildings, Dock street 

Dryden, William, engineer, 7 South Baffin street 

Dryden, William E., fruit merchant, 37 Victoria road ; h. 36 

Dryden, W. D., foreman carter, 20 Mid street 

Dryden, Mrs D. , dairykpr. ,57 Alexander st. ; h. American muir, Do wnfield 

Drysdale & Co., engineers (Glasgow) ; agent, Thomas Berry, 55 Cowgate 

Drysdale, David, saddler, trunk and portmanteau maker, 6 Castle street; 
h. 74 Murray gate 

Drysdale, David, machineworker, 27 Victoria road 

Drysdale, John, telegraphist, 183 Clepington road 

Drysdale, John H., plater, 5 South Baffin street 

Drysdale, William, ironplaner, 3 Langlands street 

Ducat, William, caretaker, Blackness Public School 

Ducat, William, mechanic, 15 Park avenue 


Duchene, Jean, professor of French, Cercle Francais, 3 Seagate 

Dudgeon, James, shipmaster, 174 Lochee road 

Dudhope Bakery Co., 21 Dudhope street 

Dudhope Museum of Engineering, Mechanics, Physiography, Industries, 

and Archaeology, Dudhope Park ; John Maclauchlan, Albert 

Institute, curator and secretary 
Dudhope Tanworks, Brown street and Smellie's lane ; H. Henderson & 

Sons, tanners, curriers, and leather merchants 
Dudhope Works, Douglas street ; Wm. Fergusson & Sons, jute manufrs. 
Duff, Alexander, warehouseman, 4 Wellington street 
Duff, Alexander, tramway car inspector, 11 Rosebery street 
Duff, Alexander, police constable, 55 Milnbank road 
Duff, Alexander, coal merchant, 35 Yeaman shore ; h. 27 
Duff, Archibald, vanman, 4 Lawrence street 
Duff, Charles, ironmoulder, 3 Benvie road 
Duff, David, grocer, 13 Balfour street 

Duff, Edward, coal salesman, 7 Fairfield cottages, Clepington road 
Duff, George, fish merchant, 62 Scouringburn 

Duff, James, works manager, East Port Calender ; h. 5 Baffin street 
Duff, John, of New City Loan Co., 188, 190 Scouringburn ; h. Ardbeg, 

Balgay terrace, Lochee 
DUFF, JOHN S., & CO., coal merchants, 76 High street (Telephone No. 

1090). See Adv. p. 37 
Duff, John S., of John S. Duff & Co., Oakdene, Rosemount, Blairgowrie 
Duff, Joseph, sawdust merchant, 4 William street, King street 
Duff, Thomas, clerk, 3 Sibbald street 

Duff, Thomas, & Co., Limited, merchants, 2 Meadow Place buildings 
Duff, William, watchman, 33 Park wynd 

Duff, Wm., church-officer, S. Mary Magdalene's Ch. ; h. 7 Blinshall st. 
Duff, William, tenter, 2 Hillbank road 
Duff, William D., fruit merchant, 17i Wellington street 
Duff, Mrs John, grocer, 1 Roslin terrace 
Duff, Mrs Leanus, 28 South Tay street 
Duffus, George, upholsterer, 28 Balfour street 
Duffus, George, sailmaker, 14 Nelson street 
Duffus, John, hacklegrinder, 41 Rosefield street 
Duffus, Harry W., shipmaster, 8 Park terrace 
Duffus, Henry B., outdoor inspector of poor, 16 Annfield street 
Duffus, Mrs David, midwife, 34 Victoria street 
Duffus, Mrs George, 125 Perth road 
Duffus, Mrs John, 54 Seafield road 
Duffus, Miss, 2 Gowrie place 
Duffy, Andrew, hairdresser, 3 Hunter street 

Duffy, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 57 and 58 Dock street ; h. 59 
Duffy, Thomas, assurance agent, 57 Lilybank road 
Dugard, William, carpetweaver, 191 Clepington road 
Duguid, Alexander, shoemaker, 18 Step row 
Duguid, Charles, blacksmith, 3 Wolseley street 
Duguid, William, compositor, 252 Blackness road 

Duke, James T. S. , clerk, Bank of Scotland ; h. Auchenheath, W. N'port 
Dunbar, George, carter, 70 Kemback street 


Dunbar, James, mechanic, 21 Kincardine street 

Dunbar & Maitland, merchant tailors and costumiers, 5 Castle street 

Dunbar, Robert W., shore porter, 36 Lilybank road 

Dunbar, Thomas S., of Dunbar & Maitland, 19 Strawberrybank 

Dunbar, Rev. W. A., Wishart U.F. Church ; h. 7 Shamrock street 

Dunbar, Mrs, babylinen warehouse, 9 North Church street 

Duncan, Albert, hairdresser, 270 Hilltown ; h. 16 Kinloxjh street 

Duncan, Alexander, cowfeeder, Law farm 

Duncan, Alexander, of A. Duncan & Company, Maulesbank, Car- 
noustie (Telephone No. C19) 

Duncan, Alexander, harbour porter, 13 Cardean street 

Duncan, Alexander, butcher, 88 Dura street ; h. 8 Baffin street 

Duncan, Alexander, clerk, 10 Forfar road 

Duncan, Alexander, fruiterer, 267 Hawkhill ; h. 20 Union place 

Duncan, Alexander, plumber, 8 Cleghorn street 

Duncan, Alexander, joiner, 1 Merrose terrace 

Duncan, Alexander 1 , 2 Roslin terrace 

Duncan, Alexander, & Sons, reed and camb manufacturers, 30 Hilltown 

Duncan, Andrew, blacksmith, 2 Bellfield lane 

Duncan, A., & Co., wholesale boot factors, 22 and 24 Bank street 
(Telephone No. 716; Telegrams, "Scotice"); boot stores, 21 
Murray gate (Telephone No. 716a), 119 Hawkhill, 106 Ann street, 
122 Albert st., 15 Strathmartine rd. , 127 Perth rcl. (Teleph. No. 713) 

Duncan, A., 11 Ogilvie street 

Duncan, A. Bethune, of Don & Duncan, Graycraig, Rockfield crescent 

Duncan, A. James, M.D., Nethergate house, 158 Nethergate 

Duncan, A. & J., milliners and dressmakers, 40 Strathmartine road ; h. 
Balgray road, Downfield 

Duncan Brothers & Co. , merchants and manufacturers, 20 Panmure st. 

Duncan, Charles, warehouseman, 176 Lochee road 

Duncan, Charles, coal merchant, 55 Victoria road 

Duncan, Charles, machineman, 58 Peddie street 

Duncan, Charles C, of David Duncan & Son, Inglefield, Dalkeith road 
(Telephone No. 1144) 

DUNCAN, DAVID, confectioner, 33 Union street and 45 Wellgate ; h. 4 
Rosemount terrace. See Adv. p. 87 

Duncan, David, of David Duncan & Son, Bellfield, 200 Ferry road 

Duncan, David, slater, 33 Rosebank street; h. 17 Bonnybank road 

Duncan, David, boilermaker, 3 Victoria crescent 

Duncan, David, joiner, 31 Cleghorn street 

Duncan, David, 4 Rosemount terrace 

Duncan, David, printer, 172 Lochee road 

Duncan, David, shore porter, 80 Ferry road 

Duncan, David, & Co., manufacturers, 9 Bain square 

Duncan, David, & Son, solicitors and notaries public, 41 Reform street 
(Telephone No. 781 ; Telegrams, "Duncans, Solicitors") 

Duncan, George, of Alexander Duncan & Sons, 17 Duff street 

Duncan, George, painter, 31 Charles street 

Duncan, George, butcher, 159 Perth road; h. 17 Union place 

Duncan, George, joiner, 150 Ferry road 

Duncan, Geo., builder and contractor, 41 Annfield rd.; h. 19 Miller's wd. 


Duncan, George, postman, 44 Cleghorn street 

Duncan, George, railway inspector, 12 Paton's lane 

Duncan, George, cowfeeder, 29 Kincardine street 

Duncan, George, of George Duncan & Co., The Tower, Wormit 

Duncan, George, & Co., merchants, 25 Albert square 

Duncan, Rev. George M, M.A., S. Salvador's Episcopal Church ; h. 17 

William street, Forebank 
Duncan, Hutchison, tenter, 16 Kinloch street 
Duncan, James, carpenter, 35 King street 
Duncan, James, coaldealer, 22 Isles' lane ; h. 8 
Duncan, James, confectioner, 55 Main street 

Duncan, James, painter, 221 Hilltown ; h. Balgray road, Downfield 
Duncan, James, assistant librarian, 50 Magdalen Yard road 
Duncan, James, of P. M. Duncan & Son, 4 Caenlochan villas, West Ferry 
Duncan, James, baker, 36 King street 
Duncan, James, joiner, 90 Hill street 
Duncan, James, ironmonger, 91 Perth road ; church- officer, St John's 

Established Church ; , h. 83 Hawkhill 
Duncan, James, mason, 5 Robertson street 
Duncan, James, stationer, 87^ Blackscroft 
Duncan, James, joiner, 1 Morgan street 
Duncan, James, railway guard, 89 Peddie street 

Duncan, James, & Co., merchants, 20 Panmure street ; and at New York 
Duncan, James C, ironturner, 12 Watt street 
Duncan, James S., slater, spire and chimney restorer, 72 James street; 

h. 29 North Wellington street 
Duncan, James T., butcher, 42 Watson street 
Duncan, John, foreman, Wordie & Co. ; h. 59 Ferry road 
Duncan, John, harbour porter, 7 King's road 

Duncan, John, of Donald & Duncan, 389 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Duncan, John, tenter, 20 Fleuchar street 
Duncan, John, blacksmith, 23 Baxter street 
Duncan, John, of Duncan Brothers & Co., 18 Windsor street 
Duncan, John, of Winter, Duncan, & Co. ,St Mary's, Kilnburn pi. , Newport 
Duncan, John, caretaker, Parish Council buildings, West Bell street 
Duncan, John, builder, Salem street ; h. 8 Brown Constable street 
Duncan, John, mechanic, 18 Shepherd's loan 
Duncan, John D., clerk, 58 Seafield road 
Duncan, John K., pawnbroker, 129 and 131 Cowgate ; h. 20 
Duncan,John T., coffeehouse-kpr. , 6 Hunter st. ; h. 1 Kilberry ter.,Lochee 
Duncan, John W., calenderworker, 138 Nethergate 
Duncan, J., church-officer, Butterburn U.F. Church; h. 1 Leng street 
Duncan, J. M. , account. , Seafield Wks. ; h. Laburnum villa, 25 Thomson st. 
Duncan & Miller, joiners and cabinetmakers, 260 Hilltown 
Duncan, Patrick J. , merch. , 1 Baltic bldgs. ; A.2Somervillebank,B. Ferry 
Duncan, Peter, watchmaker, 9 Craig street 

Duncan, P. M. , & Son, merchants and steamship owners, 39 Dock street 
Duncan, Robert, engineer, 28 Kincardine street 
Duncan, Robert, shipwright, 19 Victoria street 
Duncan, R. H., coal merchant, 24 Mains road ; h. 229 Hilltown 
i Duncan, Stewart, shipwright, 113 Strathmartine road 



Duncan, Thos. , licsd. grocer, agt. for Gilbey, 73 Albert st. ; h. 12 Parker st. 

Duncan, Thomas, joiner, 57 Milnbank road ; h. 59 

Duncan, Thomas, detective officer, 9 Pitfour street 

Duncan, William, butcher, Hope cottage, 41 Rosebank street 

Duncan, William, confectioner, 71 Albert street 

Duncan, William, carver and gilder, 20 Forest Park road 

Duncan, William, brassfinisher, 32 Princes street 

Duncan, William, butcher, 25 Victoria road, 148 Hilltown, 63 and 65 

Wellgate ; h. Hope cottage, 41 Rosebank street 
Duncan, William, organist and teacher of music, 68 Peddie street 
Duncan, William, passenger guard, 142 Perth road 
Duncan, William, blacksmith, 1 City road 
Duncan, William, moulder, 37 Dimdonald street 

Duncan, William, draper and clothier, 29 Guthrie st. ; h 60 Strathmorerd. h 
Duncan, William, grocer and wine mer., 96 Hawkhill ; h. 80 Ferry road;; 
Duncan, William B., sorting clerk, G.P.O.; h. 24 Thomson street 
Duncan, William K., 2 Constitution terrace 
Duncan, William S., clerk, Shore Dues Office ; h. Ill Hawkhill 
Duncan, W. S., confectioner, 11 Bruce street 
Duncan, Mrs Ann, confectioner, 37 Rosefield street 
Duncan, Mrs John, Eton villa, 3 Duff street 
Duncan, Mrs J. C, Helenbank cottage, Pitkerro road 
Duncan, Mrs William, apartments, 132a Nethergate 
Duncan, Mrs William H., confectioner, 31 Milnbank road 
Duncan, Mrs William M., wine and spirit merchant, The Vine, 56 and 

58 Strathmartine road ; h. 2 Russell street 
Duncan, Mrs, 11 Baxter Park terrace 
Duncan, Miss, 2 Constitution terrace 

Duncan, Misses, drapers, 94 Annfield road ; h. 64 Peddie street 
Duncanson, A. , millmanager, Edward Street Mill ; h. 10 Milnbank 

Dundas, Alexander, gardener, 185 Perth road 
Dundas, David, upholsterer, 43 Milnbank road 
Dundas, George, moulder, 32 Baldovan terrace 
Dundas, James, clerk, 75^ Strathmartine road 

Dundas, James, & Co., millfurnishers and oil merchants, 65 Trades lane 
Dundas, William S., gas revenue collector, 4 Wedderburn street 
DUNDEE ADVERTISER ; Sir John Leng, LL. D. , M. P. , managing proprietor 

and publisher, 7 to 25 Bank street (Telephone Nos. 654, 655, and 656 ; 

Telegrams, " Leng "). See Adv. on coloured leaf preceding title 
Dundee Aerated Water Manufacturing Company, Limited ; Henry 

Blackwood, manager, 21 Magdalen Yard road 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway ; office, Maritime buildings, 26 East 

Dock street ; Geo. G. Hamilton, manager and secretary 
Dundee Arms Restaurant, 31 High street; James Farley, proprietor 
Dundee Art Society, 104 Nethergate ; Edwin J. Smith, secretary 
Dundee Boatsheds, Esplanade ; David Milne, Isabank villa, Blackness 

road, hon. secretary 
Dundee Boiler Covering Co., 21 North Tay street (Telephone No. 635) 
Dundee Bonding Co., Ltd., Scotch whisky merchants, 18 Commercial st. 
DUNDEE BURIAL SOCIETY, 2 Bain square. See Adv. pp. 132, 133 


Dundee Calendering Co., Limited, calenderers, 48 St Andrew's street; 
James 0. Adams, manager 

Dundee Canister Co., Ltd., Wallace Works, Dens road 

Dundee Carpet Works, Clepington rd. ; Marshall & Brush, manufacturers 

Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell street ; Michael T. Hannigan, manager 

Dundee Cemetery Co. , Ltd. , Western Cemetery ; R. G. R,ae, super- 
intendent, secretary, and treasurer 

Dundee Charity Organization Society, 7 West Bell st. ; John Dunlop, agent 

Dundee, Charles M., printer, 25 Bonnybank road 
j Dundee Chemical Co., 6b King street; Alexander Millar, proprietor 

Dundee Chess Club, 7 Whitehall crescent 

Dundee City Tramways, 4 Vault ; Peter Fisher, manager 

Dundee Coachman's Club, 65 Commercial street 

Dundee Combination Parish Council Office, West Bell st. (Telephone 
No. 723) ; Jas. Kyd, inspector and clerk 

DUNDEE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE and School of Shorthand and Type- 
writing", shorthand, typewriting, and business teachers, 41 Reform 
street ; A. W. Paton (Honours), principal. See Adv. p. 134 

Dundee Courier; D. C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., proprietors, publishers, 
and printers, 34 North Lindsay st'. (Telephone Nos. 651, 652, 678) 

Dundee Day Nurseries, 33 Isles' lane— Mrs Young, matron ; 52 Cotton 
rd.— Mrs Robertson, matron ; 33 Lilybank rd.— Mrs Nicoll, matron 

Dundee and District iErated Water Manufacturer's Defence Association, 
Limited, Bottle Exchange, Candle lane ; Thomas Tindal, manager 

Dundee District Board of Lunacy ; offices, West Bell street 

Dundee and District Economic Building Societies, 16 Euclid crescent ; 
James Cram, secretary 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT Co-operative Coal Supply Association, Limited ; 
office, 13 South Union street (Telephone No. 1236; Telegrams, 
" Dundee Coal Society ") ; depdt, Tay Bridge station ; W. Allan, secy. 
See Adv. p. 81 

Dundee and District Liberal Unionist Association, 46 Reform street ; 
John L. Stevenson, hon. secy, and treasurer (Telephone No. 765) 

Dundee & District Mill & Factory Operatives Union, 2 Ireland's lane 

Dundee and District Mutual Glass Insurance Association, Limited, 
46 Castle street ; A. J. Murdoch, manager 

Dundee Dock Warehousing Co. ; John M 'Nicoll & Co., managers, 37 
Albert square 

DUNDEE DYE WORKS, THE, 222 Hilltown ; Stevenson Brothers, dyers, 
cleaners, carpetbeaters, and laundry proprietors. See Adv. p. 67 

Dundee East Coast Shipg. Co., Ld., 59 Dock st. ; D. & J. Nicol, mngrs. 

Dundee & East of Scotland Photographic Association; clubroom,39 High st. 

Dundee Eastern Co-operative Society, Ld., bakers, grocers, butchers,and 
provision merchants, 1 to 7 Erskine street, 133-137 Ann street, 4-10 
Main street, 153 Hawkhill, 8 Glebe street, 23 and 25 Milnbank road, 
53 and 57 Victoria road, 65 and 67 Constitution road, 82 Hawkhill, 
214a Perth road, 23 Peddie street, 207| Hilltown, 14 to 18 Tannadice 
street, 3 Temple lane, 62 Provost road, 2 Forfar road, 39 Benvie 
road ; 21 High street and 51 South road, Lochee ; Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry ; bakery, West Clepington road ; office, 31 Albert 
square; manager, William Phillips 


DUNDEE ELECTRICAL STATION, Dudhope Crescent road ; Harry 

Richardson, A.M.I.E.E., engineer (Telephone No. 1254). See 

Adv. on coloured pages preceding title 
Dundee Eye Institution, 86 Nethergate 

Dundee Pishing Co., Ltd., 31 Reform street ; A. S. Cameron, jun., secy. 
Dundee Floorcloth and Linoleum Co., Ltd., floorcloth and linoleum 

manufacturers, Dundee 
Dundee Foundry, East Dock st. ; Gourlay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd. 
Dundee Fruit, Flower, and Vegetable Market, Craig street ; James 

Walker, superintendent 
DUNDEE GAS COMMISSION— office, 89 Commercial st.— A. I. Strachan, 

treasurer for gas and electricity (Telephone No. 335 ; Telegrams, 

"Gas") ; gas stoves showroom, 47 Commercial st. ; works, E. Dock 

st. ; Alex. Yuill, engineer and manager (Telephone No. 559 ; Tele- 
grams, " Hydrogen "). See Adv. on coloured page preceding title 
Dundee Gem Line Steam Shipping Company, Limited ; James Duncan, 

manager ; D. J. Browne, secretary ; office, 39 Dock street 
Dundee Hide, Skin, and Tallow Brokers' Co., Slaughterhouses 
Dundee Hide, Skin, and Tallow Market, Slaughterhouses, East Dock 

street ; W. Murray & Son, factors 
Dundee Highlanders ; 1st and 3rd Vol. Battalions, "The Black Watch " i 

Royal Highlanders; headquartex's, Drill Hall, West Bell street 
Dundee Ice and Cold Storage Co. , Ltd., Carolina port, Stannergate road ; 

James E. Baxter, manager and secretary 
Dundee Industrial Schools — Boys, Baldovan ; W. M. Dickson, superin- 
tendent and secy. Girls, Blackness road ; Mrs Mitchell, matron 
DUNDEE INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, basket, bedding, brush, firewood, 

firelighter and mat manufrs., and feather cleaners, 59 Magdalen green; 

sale shop, 30 High st. ; Colin Macdonald, manager. See Adv. p. 34 
Dundee Jute and Flax Warehousing Co. Ltd. , 4 Panmure street ; Berg, 

Sons & Co., managers 
Dundee Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, Dudhope- 

bank, 165 Lochee road ; Robert Hansell, superintendent and 

teacher ; Mrs Stevenson, matron 
DundeeLaundry, 40 Mains road ; Miss J. F. Guild, proprietrix 
Dundee Liberal Association, 51 Reform street (Telephone No. 01872) ; 

William Smith, secretary 
Dundee Linen Co. , merchants, 1 1 Panmure street 
Dundee Linen Works, 31 Constitution street ; Grant & Baxter, jute 

spinners and manufacturers (Telephone No. 494) 
Dundee Loch Line Steam Shipping Co., Limited, 26 East Dock street; 

Andrew Leitch, manager; Simon Forrest, secy. (Telephone No. 518) 
Dundee Markets and Slaughterhouses, East Dock street; James A. 

Baxter, Assoc. San. Inst., superintendent 
DundeeMeat MarketCo. , Ltd , auctionrs. and meat salesmn. , Meatmarket 
Dundee Metal Refining Co., Whitton street 
Dundee Mission to Adult Deaf and Dumb, Mission Hall, Dudhope Park ; 

Archibald Welsh, missionary and secretary 
Dundee Mission to the Out-door Blind, 26 Castle street ; John Gait, 

mission superintendent ; h 11 Bose street, Lochee 
Dundee Motor and Cycle Co., 128 Nethergate ; works and garage, 160 


Dundee and Newcastle Steam Shipping Company, Limited, 33 Dock 

street ; John Plenderleath, manager 
Dundee Operative Painters' Association, 14 New Inn entry ; Thomas 

Holden, secretary 
DUNDEE, PERTH, & LONDON SHIPPING CO., 5 Shore ter. (Teleph. No. 153) ; 

J. W. Kidd, manager. See Adv. on coloured page preceding title 
Dundee Police and Water Treasurer's Office, 95 Commercial street ; 

Alexander W. Stiven, C. A. , treasurer and collector 

superintendent. See Adv. p. 95 
Dundee Public Warehse., 9 Meadow PL bldgs. ; T. S. Ross & Co., mangrs. 
Dundee Royal Infirmary, Barrack road; Hugh Fraser, M.D., suptdt. 
Dundee Sand and Lighterage Co., Ltd., 46 Castle street; C. M. 

Murdoch, manager 
Dundee Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street, John Miln, actuary ; Archibald 

W. Sturrock, cashier ; Vaness C. Baird, accountant ; Hilltown 

branch, 1 Stirling street ; Eastern branch, 9 Arbroath road ; 

Western branch, 181 Hawkhill ; Lochee branch, 55 High street, 

Lochee ; Broughty Ferry branch, 74 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 
Dundee Seal and Whale Fishing Co. ; whale yard, East Dock street ; 

David Bruce, 31 Albert square, liquidator 
Dundee Shipbuilders Co., Ltd., shipbuilders and repairers, Panmure 

shipyard, Marine parade (Telephone No. 84) ; David Low, 

manager ; George E. Kidd, secretary 
Dundee Shipowning Co., Ltd., 83 Commercial street; W. 0. Taylor & 

Co., managers 
Dundee Spinning Co., Ltd., jutespinners, Brown street 
DUNDEE STEAM LAUNDRY CO., LTD., Tait's lane; David Don, C.A., 

secretary ; Miss Stenhouse, manageress ; registered office, 104 

Commercial street. See Adv. p. 28 
I Dundee Steam Navigation Company, Limited, The, 1 King William 

dock ; W. N. Machan, manager 
Dundee Steam Trawling Co., Ld.,Fish dock; Wm. High, mang. director 
[ Dundee Stock Exch. Assocn. , 1 Rl. Exchange pi. ; F. Airth Grant, secy. 
Dundee Supply Co., Limited, Italian warehousemen and wine merchants, 

80 to 84 Commercial st. (Telephone No. 182 ; Telegrams, " Supply' ) 
Dundee Tailoring Co., tailors and clothiers, 3 Baltic street 
Dundee Temperance Society and Gospel Temperance Union, Y.M.C.A. 

buildings ; John Craig, agent 
Dundee Trade Report Association, 23 Panmure street ; J. W. Warden, 

secy, and treas. (Telephone No. 444 ; Telegrams, " Wardenry ") 
Dundee Tramway and Carriage Co., Ltd., carriage hirers, funeral 

undertakers, and contractors, 188 Perth road, Westfield place, 

Westfield avenue, and 172 Blackness road ; Thomas G. Gunn, 

secretary ; John Beveridge, manager 
Dundee Warehousing Co., 8 Panmure street; W. F. Soutar, managing 

Dundee Water Engineer's office, 93 Commercial st. ; G. S. Baxter, mangr, 
Dundee Weekly News, 34 North Lindsay street ; D. C. Thomson St, 

Co., Ltd., proprietors, publishers and printers 
Pundee Whisky Co. (Jas. Isles), wine and spirit mers., 5 Meadow entry 


Dundee Window Cleaning Co., 3 Barrack street ; J. M'Ewan, manager; 

h. 20 Fleuchar street 
Dunlop, John, agent, Dundee Charity Organization Society, 7 West 

Bell street ; h. Durham street, Monifieth 
Dunlop, John, engineer and blacksmith, 25 Rosebank street ; h. 9 

Stirling street 
Dunn, George, joiner, 3 Glebe street 
Dunn, James, printer, 30 Ure street 
Dunn, John, mechanic, 5 Malcolm street 
Dunn, John, B.Sc, F.E.I.S., science master, Morgan Academy; h. 

Springhill house, 9 Springhill 
Dunn, John, postman, 15 Blackness street 

Dunn, John R., A.M.I.N.A., marine engineer, 42 Magdalen Yard road 
Dunn, Peter, spirit dealer's assistant, 3 Forest Park road 
Dunn, Robert, of Dunn & Roy, 47 Princes street 
Dunn & Roy, wholesale confectioners, 29 Princes street and 8 Crescent 

Dunn, William, pilot, 3 South Baffin street 

Dunn, Mrs I., gamedealer, 27 Nethergate ; h. 42 Magdalen Yard road 
Dunnet, John, engineer, 13 Albert street 

Dura Works, Dura street ; James Scott & Sons, Ltd., manufacturers 
Durham, John, & Son, wholesale stationers, account-book and paper-bag 

manufacturers, 49 High street and 13 Overgate 
Durie, James, foreman engineer, 6 Park terrace 
Durie, Thomas, ironmoulder, 7 Canning street 

Durie, Wm., collector of customs, Customhse. ; h. 2 Grange ter., B. Ferry 
Durkie, David, baker, 78 and 80 Dura street, 56 Ann street, and 247 

Lochee road ; h. Craigie cottage, Ferry road 
Durkie, David, jun., baker, 12 Hawkhill ; h. 10 
Durlac, Henri, Officier d'Acaddmie, lecturer on French language and 

literature, University College ; h. Woodmuir, West Newport 
Durward, Alex., commercial mngr., Rosebank Wks. ; h. Sandeman st. 
Durward, William, furniture dealer, 36 Blackscroft ; h. 40 
Dutch, George, 44 Seafield road 
Dutch, William, joiner, 31 Crescent street 

Duthie, James S., butcher, 29 Lochee road ; h. 19 Loons road, Lochee 
Duthie, William, grocer and dairyman, 14 Hill street ; h. 12 
Duthie, Mrs, wine and spirit mer. , 24 North Tay street ; h. 1 Airlie terrace 
Duval, The, confectioners, 45 Murraygate 

Dye, Charles, chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 34 Murraygate 
Dye, George, chimneysweeper, 15 Hilltown 
Dye, James, chimneysweeper, 8 Victoria street 
Dye, William, chimneysweeper, 25 Nethergate 

Dye, Wm., chimneyswpr. and soot mer., 107 Albert st. and 145 Blackscroft 
Dyer, Isaac, insurance agent, 172 Lochee road 

Dyer, John, mechanic, Camperdown Jute Works ; h. 26 Gardner st. 
Dyer, Joseph M., mason, 3 Balfour street 
Dyer, Miss L., confectioner, 160 Ferry road 
Dyke, Richard, instructor, "Mars" Training Ship ; h. 6 Eliza street 

Eadie & Co., export merchants, 15 Castle street 


Eadie, James L., of Eadie & Co., Beech wood, West Newport 

Eassie, Frederick, caretaker, Gilfillan Memorial Church, 24 Whitehall 

Eassie, Mrs James, 166 Lochee road 
Easson, Andrew, porter, 38 Hillbank road 
Easson, David, draper, 60 Wellgate ; h. Inverythan, Wormit 
Easson, E., draper, 14 Baxter Park terrace 
Easson, Jas., manager, Armoury Co., 28 King street 
Easson, John, mason, 6 Lawrence street 
Easson, John R., dockgateman, 108 Rosebank street 
Easson, John, & Son, cork manufacturers, 28 Barrack street 
Easson, William, mason, 12 Lawrence street 
Easson, William, pilot, 1 Church street, Princes street 
Easson, Mrs David, spiritdealer, 166 Overgate ; h. 30 Milnbank road 
Easson, Miss N. , dress and mantle maker, 45 Commercial street 
East, Albert (chair manufacturer, Lochee), 6 Oakwood terrace 
East Coast Railway Companies, 15 South Union street; David Bisset, 

East Fife Coal Syndicate, Ltd., 49 Meadowside ; R. C. Campbell, secy. 
East, Francis, & Co., Ltd., chair manufacturers, timber merchants, saw- 
millers, patentees, and photo bracket manufs., Maryfi eld Chair Fac- 
tory, Clepington road (Telephone No. 328 ; Telegrams, " East") 
East, Frank John (chair manufacturer. Lochee), 6 Oakwood terrace 

(Telephone No. 1595) 
East, H. M. , newsagent, 50 Ann street ; h. Wellgrove, Lochee 
East Port Calender, 100 Cowgate; Strachan, Kinmond, & Co., Limited, 

calenderers, &c. ; G. D. Forbes, manager 
East of Scotland Investment Company, Limited (in liquidation), Scottish 

Provident buildings, 49 Meadowside ; J. W. Shepherd, liquidator 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square 

Eastern Necropolis, Arbroath road ; Alexander R. Barrie, keeper 
Easton, David, shoemaker, 60 Hilltown, 64 Overgate, 1a Cardean street, 

55 Peddie street, and 186 Perth road 
Easton, Hugh, dairykeeper, 42 Ferry road ; h. 44 
Eccleston, George, warehouseman, 46 Hilltown 
Ecole Francaise, 7 Ward road ; Professor C. Tosser, French teacher 
Edie, Miss, fruiterer, 97 Ann street ; h. 187 Victoria road 
EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE CO., 56 Commercial street ; D. A. Maxwell, 

resident secretary. See Adv. on front board 
G. A. M'Laren & Son, agents, 3 India buildings. See Adv. p. 48 
Edison & Swan United Electric Light Co., Ltd.; Wm. Frain, East of 

Scotland manager, 13 Castle street (Telephone No. 143) 
Edmonston, James, engineer, 27 Cleghorn street 

Ednie, Alex., wine & spt. mer., 14, 16 Princes st. ; h. 317 Clepington road 
Ednie, Andrew, engineer, 244 Clepington road 
Ednie, Robert, police constable, 25 Benvie road 
Ednie, Miss J., of Ednie & Mann, 47 Rosebank street 
Ednie & Mann, Misses, drapers, milliners, dress and mantle makers, 

172 Hilltown 
Edward, Alex., M.A., teacher, Morgan Academy ; h, 48 Albert street 



Edward, Allan, & Co., merchants, 12 Panmure street 

Edward, David, yarndresser, 273a Hawkhill 

Edward, David, assistant librarian, 23 Rosefield street 

Edward, David L., booking agent, West station ; h. 52 Seafield road 

Edward, George C. , draper, 178 Lochee road 

Edward, James, police constable, County buildings, Johnston street 

Edward, James, postman, 16 South Lindsay street 

Edward, James, compositor, 60 Magdalen Yard road 

Edward, John, traveller, 87 Albert street 

Edward, J. A., agent, British Linen Company Bank, 23 Victoria road ; 

h. 2 Albyn villas, Forfar road 
Edward, Kenrick A., of Allan Edward & Co., Faringtonhall, Perth road 
Edward, Peter, sailmaker, 8 Alexander street 

Edward Street Mills ; John Sharp & Sons, Ltd. , jute spinners and manufrs. 
Edward, William, carter, 1 Springhill 

Edward, William A. , accountant, Viewpark cottage, Gardner's lane 
Edward, Mrs Alexander, 2 Albyn villas, 32 Forfar road 
Edward, Mrs Elizabeth, 16 South Lindsay street 
Edward, Mrs Mary, grocer, 36 Back street 
Edward, Mrs, Faringtonhall, Perth road 

Edward, Miss C, dairykeeper, 13 Peddie street; h. II Blackness street 
Edwards, Andrew, confectioner, 45 Nelson street 
Edwards, Archibald, dairyman, 63 Hospital wynd 
Edwards, Charles T., teacher, 33 Scott street 
Edwards, David, 1 Commercial street 
Edwards, David, insurance agent, 55 Dura street 
Edwards, David, foreman brewer, 4 North Wellington street 
Edwards, David, boilermaker, 174 Seagate 
Edwards, David, jun., engineer, 6 Nelson street 

Edwards, David C., hairdresser, 9 Clepington street ; h. 2 Malcolm st. 
Edwards, Frederick, late pilot, 6 Grove street 
Edwards, George, teacher, 317 Clepington road 
Edwards, Henry, harbour porter, 2 Craigie street 
Edwards, James, mechanic, 14 Wilkie's lane 
Edwards, John, craneman, 6 Nelson street 
Edwards, Robert, cashier, 1 1 Baxter Park terrace 
Edwards, William, mechanic, 29 Scott street 

Edwards, William, commission agent, 41 Trades lane ; h. 1 Sibbald st 
Edwards, William, calenderer, 142 Albert street 
Edwards, Mrs David, 6 Craigie terrace 
Edwards, Mrs George, 19 Victoria street 
Edwards, Mrs James, 2 Park avenue 
Edwards, Mrs John, confectioner, 143 Seagate ; h. 145 
Edwards, Mrs J. H., 14 Paton's lane 
Edwards, Mrs Robert, 192 Lochee road 

Edwards, Miss, mantle and costume maker, 19 Victoria street 
Egan, Margaret, grocer, 71 Scouringburn 
Egan, Peter, J. P. constable, 318 Perth road 

Eggo, George A., late telegraph superintendent, 4 Aberlemno terrace 
Eichler's, A., Publishing House, publishers, 23 Forebank road 
Elder, Charles, blacksmith, 11 Cross row 


Elder, David, millmngr., S. Dudhope Wks.; h. Ingledene, Blackness ave. 

Elder, David C. , lithographer, 57 Cleghorn street 

Elder, George, storekeeper, 7 Parker street 

Elder, Jas. , church-officer, Albert Sq. U.F. Church ; h. 30 New Inn entry 

Elder, Jane, 2 Strawberrybank 

Elder, John, aerated water manufacturer, 12 Ann st. ; h. 7 Stirling st. 

Elder, John, weigh clerk, 7 Lyon street 

Elder, Thomas, shoemaker, 65 Albert street ; h. 32 Raglan street 

Elder, William, baker, 368 Loons road 

Elder, William A. B. , clerk, 23 Morgan street 

Elgrove, William Alsager, sub-agent, British Linen Co. Bank, 83 

Murraygate ; h. 3 Linden avenue, East Newport 
Eller, Maurice, merchant, 2 India buildings 
Elliot, Henry, machinist's overseer, 16 North Wellington street 
Elliot, Isaac, manager, Ting-Tong Tea Co. ; h. 3 Balmore street 
Elliot, James, carter, 16 North Ellen street 

Elliot, Mrs John, dairykeeper, 13 Ogilvie street; h. 6 Malcolm street 
Elliot, Mrs, confectioner, 22 Rose street 
Ellis, George, calenderworker, 27 Clepington street 
Ellis, James, irondresser, 66 Peddie street 
Ellis, Robert, coppersmith, 8 Lilybank road 
Ellis, William G. R., 6 Martin street 
Elmslie, Stewart, ship steward, 4 Kinnaird street 
Elrick, Mrs, palmist, 8 Tannadice street 
Emms, William, lapper, 6 Arthur street 
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited, 33 Commercial 

street; B. L. Nairn & Co., district agents 
EMPRESS HYGIENIC LAUNDRY, 79 Rosebank street (Telephone No. 440) ; 

Stevenson Brothers, proprietors. See Adv. p. 67 
Emslie, Alexander, lorrydriver, 30 Long wynd 
Emslie, John, carter, 69 Crescent street 
Emslie, J. F., & Co., merchants, 49 Meadowside 
EMSLIE, SAMUEL, & CO., taxidermists, gunmakers, and fishing-tackle 

mkrs. , 20 Barrack st. (Teleph. 22x3) ; h. 4 Garland pi. See Adv. p. 68 
England, Richard, milloverseer, 9 Forest Park road 
England, Thomas, painter, 22 Morgan street 
English, John, collector, 81 Strathmartine road 

ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH Law Life Assurance Association. See Adv. p. 113 
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, 31 Albert 

square ; John Lang, district manager 
Erentz, Chistian H., agent, 5 Morgan street 
Erskine, James B., clerk, 2 Baxter Park terrace 
Esplin, A., Son, & Clark, house and insurance agents, valuators, and fire 

loss assessors, 7 Cowgate (Telephone No. 203) 
Esplin, James, water inspector, 96 Strathmartine road 
Esplin, Joseph, warehouseman, 30 North Lindsay street 
Esplin, William, tenter, 22 Catherine street 
Esplin, William S., mason, 342 Loons road 
Esplin, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 22 Thomson street 
Esson, John S., warehouseman, 23 Arthur street 
Evans, Robert, painter, 3 Bonnybank road 


Evening Post, 34 North Lindsay street; D. C. Thomson & Co., Ltd., 

EVENING TELEGRAPH, 7 to 25 Bank street ; John Leng & Co., Ltd., 

printers and publishers (Telephone Nos. 654, 655, and 656 ; 

Telegrams, " Leng "). See Adv. on coloured leaf preceding title 
Ewan, Charles, insurance agent, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Ewan, John, mason, 24 Dallfield walk 
Ewan, Mrs Alexander, house proprietrix, 26 Isles' lane 
Ewart, James, hacklemaker, 30 Benvie road 
Ewart, John, enginefitter, 3 Cunningham street 
Ewen, Frederick, goods receiver, 26 Ogilvie street 
Ewing, A., draper, Whitehall house, 2 Whitehall street ; h. 6 Castle 

terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Ewing, Charles B. , teacher, 27 Albert street 
Ewing, George, painter, 10 Rose lane 
Ewing, James, dock labourer, 15 Craigie street 
Ewing, Mrs David, 6 Bellefield avenue 
Ewing, Mrs J. F., 99 Magdalen green 
Ewing, Mrs Margaret, Allanbank, Rankine street 

Fagan, Peter, broker, 86 Overgate ; h. 42 Westport 
Faichen, Mrs Annie, grocer and confectioner, 229 Blackness road 
Fair, Alex. R., woodcarver and designer, 55 Trades lane; h. 50 Gellatly st. 
Fair, James, grocer and wine merchant, 31 and 33 Blackness road; h. 

Summerhill, 12 Shamrock street 
Fair, John, tenter, 6 Clepington street 
Fair, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 96 and 98 King street ; h. 

Summerhill, 12 Shamrock street 
FAIRBAIRN, LAWSON, COMBE, BARBOUR, Ltd. ; Combe-Barbour branch, 

Belfast; agent, William M. Bell, 2 Baltic buildings. See Adv. p. 18 
Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, Barbour, Ltd., Lawson branch, Hope 

Foundry, Leeds; agent, T. M. Peters, Hopebank, 8 Adelaide 

place (Telephone No. 1616) 
Fairbairn Macpherson Leeds, branch of Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, 

Barbour, office, 10 Panmure street ; William Brown, agent 
Fairbairn, Theodore, mechanic, 1 Lawrence street 
Fairful, Charles, chemist's assistant, 10 North Tay street 
Fairful, David, clerk, 53 Taylor's lane 
Fairful, Mrs, 304 Perth road 
Fairley, James, overseer, 10 Peddie street 
Fairley, James, collector, 27 Baxter street 

Fairley, Peter, wine and spirit mercht. , 43 Ann street; h. 4 Athole ter. 
Fairley, William, boilermaker, 15 Robertson street 
Fairley, Mrs Mary, 4 Stirling street 

Fairley, Miss Jeanie, milliner, 153 Scouringburn ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Fairlie, James, railway servant, 32 Kincardine street 
Fairlie, John, church-officer, St Paul's U.F. Church ; h. 145 Overgate 
Fairlie, John S., compositor, 45 Cotton road 

Fairweather, Adam B., hairdresser, 213 Overgate ; h. 12 Park lane 
Fairweather, Alex., goods foreman, Cal. Railway ; h. 31 Reform street 
Fairweather & Co., merchants, 15 Castle street 


Fainveather & Co., glaziers and glass merchants, 23 to 27 Kincardine st. 
Fairweather, David, of Fairweather & Co., 21 Kincardine street 
Fairweather, David C, recruiting colour-sergeant, 19 High street 
Fairweather, Geo., butcher, 270 Hawkhill ; h. Cairnie cottage, Worniit 
Fairweather, Geo. A. E., chair factory manager, 111 Clepington road 
Fairweather, James, tobacco manufacturer, 61 Murraygate 
Fairweather, James G., joiner, 24 Peddie street 
Fairweather, James, seaman, 4 Temple lane 
Fairweather, James, collector, 78 Princes street 
Fairweather, John, 1 St Peter street 
Fairweather, John, caretaker, General Post Office 
Fairweather, John, lathsplitter, 25 Dundonald street 
Fairweather, John S., merchant, 49 Meadowside ; h. Elms, Meigle 
FAIRWEATHER, JOSEPH, monumental sculptor and polished granite 

merchant, -222a Perth road (Telephone No. 10y5 ; Telegrams, 

"Fairweather, Sculptor"); h. 105b Nethergate. See Adv. p. 74 
Fairweather, J. B., flour and farina merchant, 127 Cowgate ; h. Athole 

villa, Forfar road 
Fairweather, J. Clark, of D. R. Clark & Son, 10 Airlie terrace 
Fairweather, Martha, 177 Victoria road 
Fairweather, R. W., lodgings, 17 Crichton street 
Fairweather & Sons, tobacco manufacturers, 108 Seagate (Telephone 

No. 508; Telegrams, "Tobacco") 
Fairweather, William G. , of D. R. Clark & Son, 7 St Phillan's pi. , Newport 
Fairweather, William W., of Fairweather & Sons, 1 Rockfield terrace 
Fairweather, Mrs Alexander, apartments, 45 Commercial street 
Fairweather, Mrs H., wine and spirit merchant, 37 Princes street ; 

h. Gladstone cottage, Forfar road 
Fairweather, Mrs James, 14 Gardner street 
Fairweather, Mrs John, 19 Blackness avenue 
Fairweather, Mrs John, confectioner, 47 King street 
Fairweather, Miss, shorthand writer, 105b Nethergate 
Falconer, Charles, labourer, 17 Annfield row 
Falconer, Charles M., manufacturer and ropemaker, 14 Shore terrace ; h. 

3 Falconhurst terrace, Hyndford street 
Falconer, James, 142 Nethergate 

Falconer, James B., of Andrew Ogilvie & Co., Tay ter., East Newport 
Falconer, John, church-officer, Russell Chapel ; h. 6 Bernard street 
Falconer, John, cabinetmaker, 12 Session street ; h. 26 Seafield road 
Falconer, John, joiner, 4 Annfield street 
Falconer, John, police constable, 9 Blyth place, City road 
Falconer, John G. , traveller, 45 Baldovan terrace 
Falconer, Robert C., clerk, 27 Scott street 
Falconer, Sarah, confectioner, 189 Lochee road 
Falconer, William, tenter, 4 Speed's terrace 

Fargie, James H., officer of Customs, Customhouse ; h. 270 Perth road 
Farley, Jas., Dundee Arms Restaurant, 31 High st. ; h. 63 Lochee rd. 
Farley, Matthew, wine and spirit mer., 29 Hawkhill ; h. 63 Lochee rd. 
Farley, Thomas, hairdresser & perfumer, 32 Overgate ; h. 63 Lochee road 
Farmer, Alexander, 10 Church street, Princes street 
Farmer, James, joiner, 61 Nethergate ; h. Gauldry, Fife 


Farmer, John, joiner, 37 Stirling street 

Farquhar, James, compositor, 2 Peddie street 

Farquhar, John Jamieson, letterpress machine foreman, Advertiser 
office ; h. 279a Hawkhill 

Farquhar, Robert, currier, Brewery house, Brewery lane 

Farquhar, William, butcher, 3 Bruce street 

Farquhar, Miss H., dairykeeper, 148 Princes street ; h. -185 

Farquharson, Agnes, 57| Perth road 

Farquharson, Alexander, joiner, 19 Scott street 

Farquharson, Alexander R., of John Farquharson & Sons, 38 Barrack st. 

Farquharson, Alexander R., fireman, 11 Park avenue 

Farquharson, Christina, 153^ Perth road 

Farquharson, David, confectioner, 7 Constitution st. ; h. 2 Ogilvie's rd. 

Farquharson, David, mechanic, 2 Urquhart street 

Farquharson, D. M., of John Farquharson & Sons, 15 Tait's lane 

Farquharson, Geo. G., of John Farquharson & Sons, 2 Lochtyav., Carn'tie 

Farquharson, James, 105 Hospital wynd 

Farquharson, James, of Garvie & Farquharson, 53 Milnbank road 

Farquharson, James Scott, baker, 31 Step row 

Farquharson, John, tenter, 25 Wolseley street 

Farquharson, John, sen., 153 J Perth road 

FARQUHARSON, JOHN, & SONS, registered plumbers, brassfounders, gas- 
fitters, and bellhangers, 38 and 44 Barrack street (Telephone No. 
770), 151 Perth road, and Wormit. See Adv. p. 33 

Farquharson, Thomas, mason, 15 Lorimer street 

Farquharson, Thomas, of Joseph Gibson & Co. , Abercraig, West Ferry 

Farquarson, William, clerk, 21 Dock street 

Farquharson, Wm., house factor and insurance agent, 26 Castle street 

Farquharson, William M., of John Farquharson & Sons, Car3egray, 
Blackness road 

Farquharson, Mrs Finlay, 93 Commercial street 

Farquharson, Mrs John, 55 Milnbank road 

Farquharson, Mrs John, laundress, 21 Step row 

Farquharson, Mrs Walter, house proprietrix, 5 Park terrace 

Farquharson, Mrs, West End Millinery Establishment, 126 Nethergate 
(Telephone No. 1696) ; h. 125 

Farquharson, Miss, 1 Dalhousie terrace 

Farquharson, Miss, Drumhaber, Pitkerro road 

Farquharson, Misses, Ardal villa, 3 Scotswood teiTace 

Farrell, Alfred R. , hairdresser, wigmaker, chiropodist, manicurist, and 
face masseur, 3 Castle street (Tele. No. 3x2) ; h. 118 Lochee road 

Farrell, Gerald, hairdresser and perfumer, 14 Alexander street ; h. 12 

Farrell, James, wholesale slippermaker, 93 Overgate 

Farrell, James, of Lewis Farrell & Co., 33 Scott street 

Farrell, Lewis, & Co., pawnbrokers, 23 to 29 Scouringburn 

Farrell, M., hatter, 44 Albert street ; h. 4 Gowrie place 

Farrell, Mrs, 28 Kinloch street 

Fasken, Mrs, certificated ladies' nurse, 18 Whitehall crescent 

Faulds, Mrs, 54 Constable street 

Fawns, Alexander, hairdresser, 7 Charles street ; h. 32 Dudhope street 

Fawns, David, jun., hairdresser, 78 Annfieldrd.; h. 125 Rosebery st., Lochee 


Fearn, John, gardener, Cidhmore, Perth road 

Fearns, George, colliery agent, 4 Sibbald street 

Fearns, Jas., of Thomson, Fearns, & Co., Roselea, Ferry rd., Monifieth 

Fearns, Robert, provision mer. , 1 Watson st. ; h. Lilybank, Dalgleish rd. 

Feathers, Geo. F. , of G. F. Feathers & Small, Lynedoch, Wormit 

Feathers, G F., & Small, merchants, 2 Meadow Place buildings 

Feathers, James, of P. A. Feathers & Son, The Rowans, Barnhill 

Feathers, Peter, optician, 6 Castle street 

Feathers, P. A., & Son, opticians and chronometer makers, 43 Dock st. 

Fehrenbach, C. J., watchmaker and jeweller, 24 Murraygate ; h. Rose- 
lea, Seafield, Broughty Ferry 

Feldman, E., cap manufacturer, 98 Scouringburn ; h. 100 

Feldman, G., cap manufacturer, 14 Scouringburn ; h. 16 

Fender, George, mechanic, 17 Rosefield street 

Fender, George, machinefitter, 109 Lochee road 

Fender, James, 3 Roslin terrace 

Fender, James C. , insurance agent, 30 King's road 

Fender, Miss, greengrocer, 25 Constitution street 

Fenton, Andrew, railway guard, 14 Thomson street 

Fenton, David, woodturner, 7 Laing street 

Fenton, E. J., telegraphist, 14 Baxter Park terrace 

Fenton, George, clerk, 79 Blackscroft 

Fenton, Henry H., clothier's assistant, 21 Morgan street 

Fenton, James, solicitor, 39 Murraygate ; h. Catherine place, Monifieth 

Fenton, Rev. James, M.A., Baxter Park U.F. Ch. ; h. 15 Maryfield ter. 

Fenton, John, coaldealer, 32 Union street, Charles street ; h. 19 

Fenton, Mary, dairykeeper, 1\ Dudhope Crescent rd. ; h. 9 Rosefield st. 

Fenton, Peter, mechanic, 104 Ann street 

Fenton, Peter, milloverseer, 30 Benvie road 

Fenton, R., moulder, 17 Catherine street 

Fenton, Thomas, boilermaker, 41 Dundonald street 

Fenton, W. S., engineer, Postal Telegraphs, 46 Castle st. ; h. Woodbine, 
Carlogie road, Carnoustie 

Fenton, Mrs James, 17 Airlie place 

Fenton, Miss, 18 Airlie place 

Fenwick, James, policeman, 62 Caldrum street 

Fenwick, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 103 and 105 Nethergate 
(Telephone No. 639) ; h. 105a 

Fenwick, Robert, horseshoer, 80 Ward road 

Fenwick, Stewart, currier, 83 Blackscroft 

Fenwick, Stewart, jun., commercial traveller, 60 Strathmore road 

Fenwick, William, plumber, 8 Nicoll street 

Fenwick, Wm., reg. sanitary plumber, UN. Lindsay st. ; h. 8 Park pi. 

Fenwick, Miss B. , dressmaker, 39 Wilkie's lane 

Fenwick, Miss Maggie, fruiterer, 50 Victoria road; h. 12 Alexander st. 

Feawick, Miss R., dressmaker, 6 Balfour street 

Ferguson, Alexander, draper, 17 Glebe street 

Ferguson, Alexander, clothier, 6 King street; h. 14 Louise ter., W.Ferry 

Ferguson, Alexander, coal merchant, 6 North street ; h. 19 Hill street 

Ferguson, Alexander, coppersmith, 87 King street 

Ferguson, Alex. B., manager, Wallace Works; h. 19 Maryfield terrace 


Ferguson, Alexander J., butcher, 60 Dura street ; h. 5 Baxter Park ter. 

Ferguson, Alfred, mariner, 42 Baldovan terrace 

Ferguson, Archibald, tailor, 50 Taylor's lane 

Ferguson, A. M., solicitor (joint agent, Town and County Bank, Ltd., 

Alyth), 45 Commercial street ; h. Heston, Alyth 
Ferguson, Betsy, manglekeeper, 7 M'Gill street 
Ferguson, Catherine, confectioner, 10 Daniel street 
Ferguson, David, plumber, 13 Annfield row 

Ferguson, David, secy., Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd.; h. Norwood, E. N'port 
Ferguson, David, teacher, 182 Strathmartine road 
Ferguson, Donald, teaplanter, 3 Logiebank, Rankine street 
Ferguson, Duncan, clerk, 40 Albert street 
Ferguson, D. & M., Cottage laundry, 28 Isles' lane 
Ferguson, George, butcher, 3 Hilltown 
Ferguson, George, shipmaster, 166 Perth road 
Ferguson, George S. B., teacher, Hill St. Public School; h. The Cottage, 

240 Clepington road 
Ferguson, Henry, butcher, 112 Ann street ; h, 87 
Ferguson, Hugh, joiner, 53 Hawkhill 
Ferguson, James, engineer, machinemaker, and machinery merchant, 

Coldside Machine Works, 360 Loons road ; h. 14 Lorimer street 
Ferguson, James, jun., mechanic, 197 Strathmartine road 
Ferguson, James, engineer, 51 High street 
Ferguson, James, traveller, 2 Gardner street 
Ferguson, James, waiter, 23 Craigie street 
Ferguson, James F., wine and spirit merchant, 46 and 48 Scouringburn ; 

h. Blackness cottage, 42 Tait's lane 
Ferguson, John, butcher, 34 Ann street (Telephone No. 3x1) ; h. 

Balgownie, Downfield 
Ferguson, John, of R. Ferguson & Sons, 3 Oakwood terrace 
Ferguson, John, joiner, 314 Blackness road 
Ferguson, John, harbour porter, 7 Cardean street 
Ferguson, John, contractor, Bellfield street 
Ferguson, John L., machinefitter, 371 Loons road 
Ferguson, J. M., collector, Inland Revenue, 29 and 31 Bank street; h. 

16 Queen's gardens, St Andrews 
Ferguson, Peter, of G. H. Nicoll&Co., The Hermitage, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 82a) 
Ferguson, Robert, tailor, 12 Parker street 
Ferguson, Robert, plumber, 2 Cochrane street 

Ferguson, Rt. , shipping agt. , 4 India bldgs. ; h. Fernbank, 14 Clep'gton rd. 
Ferguson, Robert, of Robert Ferguson & Co., Blackness road 
Ferguson, Robert, & Co., ship and insurance brokers, 39 Dock street 

(Telephone No. 758; Telegrams, "Binnacle") 
Ferguson, Robert, & Sons, oil, leather, flour, and farina merchants, and 

mill, factory, and engineers' furnishers, 9 to 15 Royal Exchange lane 

(Telephone No. 94; Telegrams, "Ferguson") 
FERGUSON, THOMAS, & CO., textile engineers and furnishers, 35 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. ]081). See Adv. p. 55 
Ferguson, Thomas, of Thomas Ferguson & Co., textile master, Technical 

Institute ; h. Fountainbrae cottage, East Newport 


Ferguson, Thomas, engineer, 180 Strathmartine road 

Ferguson, Thomas C, of R. Ferguson & Sons, 3 Oakwood terrace 

Ferguson, William, watchmaker, 58a Wellgate ; h. Carlowrie, B. Ferry 

Ferguson, William, tenter, 13 Clepington street 

Ferguson, William, tenter, 15 Lawson place 

Ferguson, William Maxwell, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, Soap- 
work lane (Telephone No. 746) ; h. 54 Bell street 

Ferguson, Mrs A. , dressmaker, 29 Bank street 

Ferguson, Mrs John, 36 Nethergate 

Ferguson, Mrs, 84 Strathmartine road 

Ferguson, Mrs, 39 Peddie street 

Ferguson, Miss, 99 Magdalen green 

Fergusson, Daniel, railway guard, 14 Gardner street 

Fergusson, James, dresser, 55 Dens road 

Fergusson, James, housefactor, 76 Albert street 

Ferguson, James D. , & Co., coal merchants, 76 Albert street 

Fergusson, Robert M., of Fergusson & Stephen, 20 Whitehall street 

Fergusson, R. A. , of Wm, Fergusson & Sons, Ethiebeaton, by Monifieth 

Fergusson & Stephen, solicitors and notaries, 20 Whitehall street 

Fergusson, William, & Sons, manufacturers of jute fabrics, Dudhope 
Works, 2 Douglas st. (Telephone No. 359 ; Telegrams, "Forum ") 

Fergusson, W. H., of Wm. Fergusson & Sons, TheBughties, Bro'ty Ferry 

Fergusson, Mrs James, 76 Albert street 

Fernie, Andrew, assist, supt. Refuge Assur. Co. ; h. 88 Rosebank street 

Fernie, George, head prison warder, Prison house, West Bell street 

Fernie, John, tenter, 15 Park avenue 

Fernie, John, engineer, 90 Victoria road 

Fernie, Robert, clerk, organist and choirmaster, East United Free 
Church, Broughty Ferry ; h. 3 Park terrace 

Ferrar, Wm. , watchmaker and jeweller, 70 High st. ; h. 61^ Perth road 

Ferrie, Mrs Agnes, confectioner, 169 Blackness road 

Ferrier, Alexander, coachpainter, 4 Corso street 

Ferrier, Chas., mercht., 12 Victoria chambers; h. Firbank, Carnoustie 

Ferrier, Charles, of Ferrier, Hunter, & Co., Corrie linn, Invergowrie 

Ferrier, C. Graham, of Graham Ferrier & Co., Firbank, Carnoustie 

Ferrier, David, joiner, 22 Union place 

Ferrier, David, harbour porter, 74 Watson street 

Ferrier, David H., of Ferrier & Son, 2 East Somerville place 

Ferrier, Euphemia, grocer, 24 Union place ; h. 20 

Ferrier, Gibson C, of Thomas Taylor & Co., Brae cottage, Broughty Ferry 

Ferrier, Graham, & Co., jute, yarn, and cloth merchants, 51 Meadowside 

Ferrier, Hunter, & Co., flax and jute merchants, 7 Royal Exchange 
court (Telephone No. 1032 ; Telegrams, " Laconic ") 

Ferrier, James Moir, mechanical dentist, 169 Hilltown 

Ferrier, John, carter, 15 Arklay street 

Ferrier, P. R., & Sons, electrical cooperage and joiners, 18 Greenmarket 

Ferrier & Son, chemists and druggists, 2 Hilltown ; branch, 149 Black- 
ness road ; h. 2 E. Somerville place 

FERRIER, WILLIAM, photographer, 1 Tally street ; h. Sarona, Broughty 
Ferry. See Adv. p. 82 

Ferrier, Miss M., 46 Castle street 


Ferrier, Miss, 27 Tait's lane 

Fettes, Charles, of VV. & R. Ritchie, 3 Balgay avenue 

Fettes, James, superintendent engineer, 15 Baxter Park terrace 

Fettes, Jas. , property and insur. agt. , Marguerite villa, 397 Clepington rd. 

Fettes, Robert, grocer and spiritdealer, 15 Dudhope st. ; h. 3Nelson ter. 

Fettes, R. W., dairyman, 134 Strathmartine road 

Fichlie, James, butcher, 43 Blackness road, and_60 South road, Lochee ; 

h. 1 Wilson place, Lochee 
Fiddes, Robert, butcher, 45 Union street ; h. 13 Pitkerro road 
Fiddes, Robert, 4 Kinloch street 
Fidler, T. Claxton, M.Inst.C.E., professor of engineering, University 

College ; h. 12 Clarendon terrace 
Fife and Forfar Imperial Yeomanry Headquarters, 15 Castle street ; 

Sergeant-major D. Ankers, instructor 
Fimister, Thomson P., of James Fyffe & Son, 13 Forest Park road 
Findlay, Alexander, clerk, 23 Panmure street 
Findlay, Alexander, mechanic, 5 Adelaide terrace 
Findlay, Alexander, late police constable, 7 Baffin street 
Findlay, Andrew, plumber and ironmonger, 37 Strathmartine rd. ; h. 39 
Findlay, David, engineer, 17 North Wellington street 
Findlay, Geo. P., ironmonger, 38 and 44 Overgate ; h. 103 Magdalen green 
Findlay, James, cabinetmkr., upholsterer, 146 Perth rd. ; h. 7 St Peter st. 
Findlay, James, joiner, 40 Scott street 
Findlay, James, shoemaker, 5 Pitfour street 
Findlay, James, mill manager, 7 Garland place 
Findlay, James, architect, 33 Albert square (Telephone No. 510) ; h. 

Craigendowie, Dalkeith road 
Findlay, James, manager, 51 Dens road 

Findlay, James Volume, shoemaker, 26 Arbroath rd. ; h. 10 Forfar rd. 
Findlay, John, contractor, Lochee and Dundee carrier ; orders left at 38 

Overgate and 14 Dock street, and at 153 High street, Lochee 

(Telephone No. 859) ; h. and stable, 17 South Church street, Lochee 
Findlay, John, wine and spirit merchant, 67 Hilltown; h. 11 Morgan st. 
Findlay, John, fireman, 22 North Erskine street 

Findlay, Jno. M., manager, W.Murray & Son; h. Balgownie, Pitkerro rd. 
Findlay, J. L., merchant, 20 St Andrew's street 

Findlay, Margaret, milliner, 171 Princes street ; h. 22 Barrack street 
Findlay, Robert L. , warehouseman, 35 Dundonald street 
Findlay, William, hatter, 7 Bellefield avenue 
Findlay, William, painter, 7 Park terrace 
Findlay, William, moulder, 25 Park avenue 

Findlay, Wm., fruit mer., 28 Commercial st. ; h. Lilac cot., Balmerino 
Findlay, William, jun., clerk, 13 Panmure st. ; h. 1 Forebank terrace 
Findlay, Mrs Agnes, 39 Baldovan terrace 
Findlay, Mrs D. , grocer, 255 Clepington road 
Findlay, Mrs James, laundress, 9 Wallace street 
Findlay, Mrs Mary Ann, 41 Step row 
Findlay, Mrs, fruiterer, 90 Dura street ; h. 92 
Findlay, Mrs, grocer, 22 Malcolm street 
Findlay, Miss, Victoria villa, Ferry road 
Findlay, Miss, Rosstyn cottage, 213 Clepington road 


Findleton, David, fishmonger, 284a Hilltown ; h. 33 Cowgate 
Finlay, Alexander H., commercial traveller, 42 Cleghorn street 
Finlay, Crawford, tailor, 10 South George street 
Finlay, Isabella, 17 Airlie place 
Finlay, John, foreman tinsmith, 40 St Mary's place 
Finlay, John M., millmanager, Balgay Jute Works ; h. 144a Lochee road 
Finlay, J. H., & Co., Ltd., tobacconists, Tay Bridge station 
Finlay, Robert, engineer, 74 Ferry road 
Finlay, Miss Sarah, confectioner, 27 Arbroath road 
Finlayson, Archibald, draper, 1 Mortimer street 
Finlayson, David, moulder, 4 Cleghorn street 
Finlayson, James, joiner, 98 Blackscroft 

Finlayson, Jas., grocer and wine merchant, 86 Hawkhill ; h. 19 Airlie pi. 
Finlayson, James, blacksmith, 6 Malcolm street 
Finlayson, John, bootcloser, 18 Todburn lane 
Finley, Elizabeth, grocer, 15 Clark street 
Finnigan, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, 147 Hawkhill; h. Myrtle 

cottage, Ancrum road, Lochee 
I Finnigan, John, wine and spirit mer., 15 Scouringburn ; h. 7 Airlie ter. 
Finnigan, Patrick, spiritdealer, 74 and 76 Hilltown ; h. 8 Park terrace 
First (City of Dundee) Volunteer Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal 

Highlanders) ; headquarters, Drill Hall 
First Forfarshire Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers) ; headquarters, 

Brigade office, Drill Hall 
Fisher, Alexander, stoker, 13 Ellen street 

Fisher, Alex., licensed grocer, 19 Hilltown ; h. Beechhill, Blackness rd. 
Fisher, David, grocer, 2 Aberlemno terrace 
Fisher, David, collector, 16 North Ellen street 

Fisher, John, hairdresser and perfumer, 37 Perth road ; h. 56 Seafield road 
Fisher, John, brassfinisher, 53 Hawkhill 
Fisher, John, currier, 41 Victoria street 
Fisher, John, merchant, 6 Panmure street ; h. 3 Park place 
Fisher, Peter, manager, City Tramways, 4 Vault ; h. Mary's cot., Lochee 
Fisher, Peter, bookbinder, 120 Perth road 
Fisher, William, journalist, 10 Craigie terrace 

Fisher, Wm. D., stockbroker, 49 Meadowside ; h. Woodlyn, Perth rd. 
Fisher, W. M., L.D.S., R.C.S., Eng., dental surgeon (dental surgeon to 

Orphan Institute), 136 Nethergate 
Fisher, Mrs Peter, house proprietrix, 11 Isles' lane 
Fisher, Miss Annie, dressmaker, 12 Park avenue 
Fisher, Miss, 8 Dura street 
Fisken, David, mechanic, 57 Lyon street 
Fitchet, David S., teacher, 7 Park terrace 
Fitchet, James, gardener, Ellengowan, Arbroath road 
Fitchet, William, dairyman, 35 North street 
Fitchet, William, warehouseman, 118 Ann street 
Fitchett, Charles, grocer, 28 Ogilvie street 
Fithie, Henry, marine engineer, 15 Baldovan terrace 
Fithie, William S., milloverseer, 9 Bell street 
Fitzgerald, Henry, factory overseer, 10 Lorimer street 
Fitzgerald, John, shoemaker, 62 Blackscroft 



Fitzgerald, John, sorting clerk, 152a Lochee road 

Fleming, Alexander, shipping agent, 65 Trades lane ; h. 3 Arklay street 

Fleming, Alex. D., merchant and insurance agent, 7 Panmure street; 
h. Broomknowe, West Ferry 

Fleming, Alexander M. , of Fleming Brothers, Woodbine cot., Birkhill 

Fleming, Alfred S., of John Fleming & Sons, 9 Panmure terrace 

Fleming, Andrew P. , of D. H. Fleming, Sons, & Co. , 5 Unionbank, Lochee 
(Telephone No. 1397) 

Fleming, A. B., & Co., Ltd., oil refiners, Carolina port (Telephone No. 
539; Telegrams, "Batching"); T. H. Kerr, branch manager 

Fleming & Barry, Ltd., timber merchants, Camperdown Sawmills 
(Telephone No. 564; Telegrams, "Timber") 

FLEMING, BIRKBY, & GOODALL, LTD., belting and card manufacturers, 
West Grove Mill, Halifax. See Adv. p. 1 

Fleming Brothers, clothiers, drapers, hosiers, and hatters, 14 to 18Cowgate ; 
Household Furnishing Co., 15Cowgate ; also 127 High street, Lochee 

Fleming, Charles P., of D. H. Fleming, Sons, & Co., 2 Adelaide place 

Fleming, David, lodgekeeper, Belmont Works ; h. 67 Ure street 

Fleming, David, blacksmith, 32 Gardner street 

Fleming, David, blacksmith, 18 Gardner street 

Fleming, David A., clerk, 40 Union street 

Fleming, Douglas, & Co. , jute, flax, hemp, and general mers. , 2 Baltic bids. 

Fleming, D. H., Sons, & Co., spinners and manufacturers, Gray Street 
Works, Lochee (Telephone No. 878 ; private room, No. 1591 ; Tele- 
grams, "Fleming, Lochee " ; Exchange Box No. 59) 

Fleming, D. M'Grigor, solicitor, 38 Whitehall st.; h. 41 Constitution st. 

Fleming, D. N., millfurnisher, machine merchant, and non-conductor 
boiler and pipe coverer, 26 Willison street 

Fleming, Duncan, riveter, 46 Kemback street 

Fleming, Edward W., of J. & J. Fleming, 5 Albany terrace 

Fleming, E. A., wholesale stationer, 20 Gellatly st. ; h. 113 Arbroath rd. 

Fleming, George, sculptor, 89 Peddie street 

Fleming, George, clerk, 24 Baxter Park terrace 

Fleming & Haxton, passenger, tourist, and shipping agents, 76 High st. 

Fleming, James, of J. & J. Fleming, 41 Constitution street 

Fleming, James, ironmonger, 26 Victoria road; ft. 17 Mary field terrace 

Fleming, James A., of J. & J. Fleming, 41 Constitution street 

Fleming, James P., of J. & J. Gray, 142 Nethergate (Teleph. No. 607a) 

Fleming, John, of John Fleming & Sons, 9 Panmure terrace 

Fleming, John, jun., cabdriver, 34 Park wynd 

Fleming, John Hume, furniture and bedstead warehouse, 55 Yeaman 
shore ; h. 101 Magdalen green 

Fleming, John D., timber merchant, Camperdown Sawmills; h. Hill 
cottage, Broughty Ferry 

Fleming, John, & Sons, wholesale grocers, 165 and 167 Seagate 

Fleming, John S., grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 215 Hawkhill ; h. 
Parkknowe, Hillcrest road 

Fleming, John W., of Salmond & Fleming, Balmyle road, West Ferry 

Fleming, J. & J., wholesale London, Birmingham, and Sheffield ware- 
housemen, and importers of French and German goods, 1-7 Overgate 
(Telephone No. 1238; Telegrams, "Fleming, Overgate") 


Fleming, Lizzie H., teacher of music, 142 Nethergate 

Fleming, Patrick P., merchant, 2 Meadow Place buildings ; h. 2 "West- 
field terrace, Newport 

Fleming, Peter, comml. traveller (Robert Balloch & Co.), 19 Ward road 

Fleming, Peter, butcher, 25 West street 

Fleming, Philip, of D. H. Fleming, Sons, & Co., Ingleside, Lochee 
(Telephone No. 878a) 

Fleming, Reid, & Co., Greenock Yarn and Hosiery Stores, 82 Nethergate 

Fleming, Robert, merchant, and London correspondent, Scottish American 
Trust Companies, Ltd., and the Northern American Trust Co., Ltd., 
13 Albert square (Telephone No. 597) ; h. Joyce Grove, Nettlebed, 
near Henley-on-Thames 

Fleming, R,obt., caretaker, Victoria Road Public School, 113 Victoria rd. 

Fleming, R. E., of R. E. & J. Fleming, 2 Reres terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Fleming, R. E. & J. , wholesale ironmongers, saddlers' furnishers, and 
importers of continental and American hardware, 31 Yeaman shore 
(Telephone No. 1013) 

FLEMING'S STORES, hardware and fancy goods merchants, 40 Whitehall 
street. See Adv. p. 98 

Fleming, Thomas, sawyer, 185 Princes street 

Fleming, Thomas, broker, 91 Princes street 

Fleming, Thomas, fireman, 11 Robertson street 

Fleming, William, compositor, 29 Park avenue 

Fleming, William, collector, 2 Tullideph road 

Fleming, W. P. , music teacher, 104 Nethergate ; h. Westfield ter. , Newport 

Fleming, Mrs George, 73 Hilltown 

Fleming, Mrs James, 16 Cleghorn street 

Fleming, Mrs James, 2 Park place 

Fleming, Mrs Peter, 142 Nethergate 

Fleming, Miss E., 76 High street ; h. Braeside, West Newport 

Fleming, Miss Jessie, of Misses J. & A. Fleming, 48 Albert street 

Fleming, Misses J. & A. , milliners and dressmakers, 49 Albert street 

Fletcher, Edward, general dealer, 177 Blackness road 

Fletcher, J. P., hairdresser, 142 Overgate 

Fletcher, P. J., hairdresser, 49 Blackness road ; h. 41 Kincardine street 

■Fletcher, Mrs E. , confectioner, 8 Rosebank road 

Fletcher, Miss Catherine, dress and mantle maker, 1 Mountpleasant 

Flett, Peter G., grocer, 184 Strathmartine road ; h. 208 

Fleuchar Craig Aerated Water Co., Ltd., Scott street ; David Nicoll, 

Flight, William, joiner, 23 Clepington street 

Flockhart, Alex., licensed grocer, 31 Craigie st. ; h. 6 Union pi.. Lochee 

IiFlockhart, Randall, wine & spirit mer. , 10 Victoria st.; h. 9 Malcolm st. 
Flood, John, calender foreman, 10 Blinshall street 
Floyd, Hugh, meter inspector, 21 Stirling street 
[Flynn, John, butcher and sausage maker, 85 Cowgate 
Flynn, Pat. , grocer, 22 St Mary street ; h. 22 St Mary's place 
Flynn, Mrs William, 44 Provost road 

Foggie, James K. , baker, Hygienic Bakery, corner of Guthrie street and 
Scouringburn (Telephone No. 1579) ; branch shops, 37 Cowgate and 
152 Lochee road : h. Gowanbank, Lochee road 


Foggie, James, & Son, architects, 45 Commercial street 

Foggie, John, F.C.S., lecture demonstrator, chemical department, 

University College ; h. 4 Bellefield avenue 
Foggie, T. Kilgour, of James Foggie & Son, Rose cot., 17 Janefield pi. 
Foggie, Wm. , joinerand builder, Whitton street; h. Parkside, Arbroath rd. 
Foggie, William E., M.A., M.B., CM., 4 Springfield 
Folan, John, bootmaker, 1 King's road 
Foley, William, 5 Morgan terrace 

Folley, Thomas, licensed broker, 79^ Lochee road ; h. 3 Mitchell street 
Foote, Andw. A., joiner, funeral undertkr. , 33Rosebank st. ; h. 57 Dura st. 
Foote, James, boot and shoe maker, 41 Polepark road 
Foote, James M., police constable, 32 Gardner street 
Foote, Mrs Alexander A. , 1 Bank street 
Foote, Mrs C, 1 Miller's wynd 
Forbes, Alexander, waiter, 120 Victoria road 
Forbes, Alexander, baker, 13 Baxter Park terrace 

Forbes, Alex. , sheriff- officer, J. P. constable, & burgh officer, 51 High st. 
Forbes, Alex. , B. A. , classical master, Morgan Acad. ; h. 107 Clepingtonrd. 
Forbes, Alexander, joiner, 8a King street 
Forbes, Alexander R., shipping clerk, 9 Bellefield avenue 
Forbes, Alfred G. , draughtsman, 153 Lochee road 
Forbes, Andrew, mechanic, 20 Pennycook lane 
Forbes, Archibald, tailor, 48 Provost road 
Forbes, A. W., cashier, 4 Morgan street 
Forbes & Christie, calenderers, packers, and sack manufacturers, 80 

Victoria road ; office, 4 Forebank road 
Forbes, David, grocer and spirit merchant, 53 Hospital wynd ; h. Park 

cottage, 83 Hospital wynd 
Forbes, David, clerk, 15 Morgan street 

Forbes, David W., manager, Tayfield Works; h. 33£ Seafield road 
Forbes, Duncan, joiner, 178 Lochee road 
Forbes, Elizabeth, milliner, 143 Blacksroft 
Forbes, Findlay, overseer, 15 Lorimer street 
Forbes, George, machineman, 17 Brown Constable street 
Forbes, George, grocer, 18 Stirling street 
Forbes, George, yarndresser, 3 Watt street 
Forbes, George B., tenter, 31 Scott street 

Forbes, G. D. , manager, East Port Calender ; h. The Oaks, 13 Duff st. 
Forbes, Henry N., teacher of music, 3 King's road 
Forbes, James, saddler and harness maker, 44 South Tay street 
Forbes, James, calenderworker, 6 Church street, Princes street 
Forbes, James P. , tenter, 7 Lilybank road 
Forbes, John, mechanic, 39 Lochee road 

Forbes, John, plumber, 33 Union st., Maxwelltown ; h. 51 Hospital wd. 
Forbes, John, mechanic, Mona cottage, 18 Lintrathen gardens 
Forbes, John, wine merchant's assistant, 25 Catherine street 
Forbes, John Thayne, commercial traveller, 60 Main street 
Forbes, Jonathan, commission merchant, 1 Commercial street ; h. 

Greenfield house, Pitkerro road 
Forbes, J. T., musicseller, 44 King's road (Telephone No. 14x) ; h. 3 
Forbes, Melville Watson, grocer, 81 Peddie street; h. 7 Rosebery street 


Forbes, Peter, confectioner, 188 Overgate ; h. 5 Rose street 

Forbes, Robert, grocer's assistant, 50 Provost road 

Forbes, Robert, tenter, 19 Clepington street 

Forbes, Steven, painter, 78 Ann street (Telephone No. 1537) ; h. 29 

North Wellington street 
Forbes, Thomas, warehouseman, 6 Lamb's lane 

Forbes, William, boot & shoe repairer, 278 Hilltown; h. 59 Alexander sti 
Forbes, William, window-bill and ticket agent, 39 Perth road 
Forbes, William S., tailor's cutter, 12 King street 
Forbes, William W, provision and Italian warehouseman, 35 Union 

street (Telephone No. 184) ; h. 83 Hospital wynd 
Forbes, William W., stationer, 177 Hilltown ; h. 19 Strathmar tine road 
Forbes, W. R., grocer and wine mer., 51 Mains road; h. 48 Albert street 
Forbes, Mrs Annie, sick nurse, 39 Perth road 
Forbes, Mrs Isabel, confectioner, 98 Annfield road 
Forbes, Mrs Matthew, tobacconist, 17 Overgate ; h. 174 Seagate 
Forbes, Mrs Thomas, fish and egg merchant, 191 Princes street 

(Telephone No. 01903); h. 197 
Forbes, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 9 Brown Constable street 
Forbes, Miss Margaret, stationer and tobacconist, 13^ Mains road 
Ford, George, coal salesman, 28 Kincardine street 
Ford, Hugh, warehouseman, 28 Ward road 

Ford, Jas. , wine and spirit mer. , 75, 77 N. Church st ; h. Milnbank, Downfield 
Ford, Thomas, lorryman, 1 Morgan street 
Ford, William, hairdresser, 16 Ferry road ; h. 8 

Ford, Wib. F., dist. agt., Scot. United Reform Fdly. Soc, 151 Locheerd. 
Ford, Mrs B., confectioner, 226 Lochee road ; h. 175 
Ford, Mrs H., sick nurse, 28 Ward road 

Forebank Dye Works, Victoria road ; William Watson & Co. , dyers 
Forebank Works, 15 Forebank road; Andrew Taylor & Co., manufactrs. 
Foreman, John, tailor, 26 Mid street 
Foreman, William, shore porter, 50 Lilybank road 

FORESTERS' HALLS, Nicoll st. ; J. Henderson, caretaker. See Adv. p. 136 
Forgan, William, railway yardsman, 10 West Dock street 
Forgan, William T., jun., traveller, 27 Baxter Park terrace 
Forgan, Mrs, 7 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 
Forrest, Andrew R., engineer, 28 Springhill 

Forrest, James, coffeehouse-keeper, 32 Dock street and Carolina port 
Forrest, James, ironplaner, 35 Park wynd 

Forrest, John D., commis. agent, 10 Gellatly st. ; h. 302 Brook st., B.Ferry 
Forrest, Milne, jute salesman, 2 Royal Exchange lane ; h. Glamis 

cottage, Tay street, Carnoustie 
Forrest, Simon, of Andrew Leitch & Co., sec, Dundee Loch Line Steam 

Shipping Co. , Ltd. , 26 East Dock street ; h. Craigard, East Newport 
Forrest, Win., architect, 31 Reform street; h. Kimberley place, Downfield 
Forrest, William, ironmoulder, 1 Church street, Princes street 
Forrester, Alexander, mechanic, 70 North Church street 
Forrester, David, of Ogilvie & Co., 151 Lochee road 
Forrester, James, milloverseer, 26 Lawson place 
Forrester, James, baker, 3 Parker street 
Forrester, James, milloverseer, 11 Strathmartine road 


Forrester, John S., mechanic, 12 Arthurstone terrace 

Forrester, Tom, Inland Eev. officer, 29 Bank st. ; h. Harris pi,, B. Ferry- 
Forrester, William, mechanic, 8 Annfield street 

Forret, David, watchmaker, 10 Union place 

Forster, George, blindmaker, 10 Shepherd's loan 

Forster, Wm., works manager, Blackness Foundry; h. 27 Perth road 

Forster, Mrs, grocer, 12 Shepherd's loan ; h. 10 

Forsyth, Hugh, pianotuner, Rocklynn, Forfar road 

Forsyth, H. C, cashier, Rocklynn, Forfar road 

Forsyth, John, carpenter, 28 Springhill 

Forsyth, Rev. John, Victoria Street U.F. Church; h. Tusmore villa, 
6 Strathview terrace 

Forsyth, John, ironturner, 43 Baldovan terrace 

Forsyth, John, chemist and druggist, 17 High street ; h. Benvrackie, 
Panmure terrace, Barnhill 

Forsyth, John C, patternmaker, 7 Ellen street 

Forsyth, Robert, shoemaker, 104 Blackscroft ; h. 125 

Forsyth, R. Hall, electrical engineer, Rocklynn, Forfar road 

Forsyth, Thomas, tenter, 4 Wedderburn street 

Forsyth, Thomas, sawmiller, 54 Dallfield walk 

Forsyth, William, clerk, 319 Clepington road 

Forsyth, William, sawyer, 6 Rose street 

Forsyth, Mrs Alex., wine and spirit mer., 151 Overgate ; h. 80 Hawkhill 

Forsyth, Mrs James, 5 Bellefield avenue 

Forsyth, Miss, dressmaker, 258 Blackness road 

Forte, A., confectioner, 61 Dura street 

Forte, P., confectioner, 139 Victoria road 

Fortune, Mrs A. , apartments, 1 Peter street 

Forwell, William, baker, confectioner, and biscuit manufacturer, Hill- 
town Bread, Biscuit, and Confectionery Works, Stirling st. (Telephone 
No. 498; Telegrams, "Forwell") 

Foster, J. R., clerk, 10 Exchange street 

Fotheringham, Andrew, dresser, 7 Stirling street 

Fotheringham, Archibald, dresser, 58 Hill street 

Fotheringham, William, joiner, 44 Cleghorn street 

Foulis, Mrs P., wine and spirit mer., 136 Victoria road; h. 1 Victoria cres. 

Fowler, Jas., wine and spirit mer., 129, 131 Princes st. ; h. 51 Crescent st. 

Fowler, James, enginedriver, 8 Fleuchar street 

FOWLER, JAMES, frenchpolisher, 107 Victoria road (Telephone No. 1082); 
h. 27 William street, Forebank. See Adv. p. 94 

Fowler, James, milloverseer, 25 Morgan street 

Fowler, James L., woodturner, 1 Canning street 

Fowler, James S., teller, British Linen Co. Bank, Westport 

Fowler, Thomas, carter, 9 Annfield row 

Fowles, John, clerk, Caledon Shipbuilding Yard ; h. 15 Pitkerro road 

Fowlis, David, millmanager, 28 Baxter Park terrace 

Fowlis, John, bootmaker, 58 Arbroath road 

Fox, James, yarnbundler, 3 Crescent street 

Fox, James W, clerk, 7 Baxter Park terrace 

Fox, Robert, milliner, 56 and 58 Wellgate 

Fox, Thomas, mechanic, 1 City road 


Praenkl, Victor, of Jaffe Brothers & Co., Taypark, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. B.F. 112) 
Frain, William, of Frains, 4 St Johnswood terrace 
Frains, wholesale and retail merchants in china, glass, fancy goods, and 

oriental furnishings, Frain's buildings, 11 to 21 Castle street (Tele- 
phone No. 143), and 12 to 18 Tindal's wynd 
Frame, A. F. , engineer, 27 Baxter Park terrace 
France, Consular agent for — James M. Gray, 69 Reform street 
Frances, John, greengrocer, 33^ Dundonald street ; h. 33 
Franchi, J. & L., confectioners, 49 Overgate and 40 Bell street; h. 6 

Whitehall crescent 
Fraser, Alexander, hairdresser, 24 Stirling street ; h. 179 Lochee road 
Fraser, Alexander, joiner, 28 Blyth street 
Fraser, Alexander, engineman, 6 Wilkie's lane 
Fraser, Alexander, coachpainter, 2 Wilkie's lane 
Fraser, Alexander, carver and gilder, 58 Bell street ; h. 72 
Fraser, Alexander K., postman, 6 Stirling street 
Fraser, Allan, coaldealer, 16 Charles street 

Fraser, Allister J., teller, Royal Bank, Westport ; h. 65 Commercial st. 
Fraser, A. S., local manager, Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., 

12 Victoria chambers ; h. 332 Blackness road (Telephone No. 1589) 
Fraser, David, baker, 179 Lochee road 
Fraser, David, milloverseer, 4 Isla street 
Fraser, Donald, warper, 61 Hill street 
Fraser, Donald, prison warder, 4 Mid street 
Fraser, Duncan, overseer, 107 Strathmartine road 
Fraser, Elsie, milliner, 18 Cowgate 
Fraser, Evan H., teacher, 1 Clive street 
Fraser, George, tailor, 314 Perth road 
Fraser, George, joiner, 8 Peddie street 
Fraser, George, & Co., wholesale fruit and potato merchants, and 

market gardeners, 5 and 23^ Commercial street 
Fraser, Gilbert, manager, Ward Mills ; h. 1 Anstruther road 
Fraser, Herbert, organist and pianist, 65 Commercial street 
Fraser, Hugh, M. D. , medical superintendent, Dundee Royal Infirmary ; 

h. 3 Dudhope terrace 
Fraser, James, calenderworker, 7 Rosebank road 

Fraser, James, church-officer, S. Salvador's Church ; h. 40 N. George st. 
Fraser, James C. , wine and spirit merchant, 104 Blackness road; h.253 
Fraser, John, tobacconist and stationer, 240 Overgate and 52 Blackness 

road ; h. 69 Constitution road 
Fraser, John, hatter's assistant, 55 Taylor's lane 
Fraser, John, engineer, 41 Lyon street 
Fraser, John, gilder and pictureframe maker, 46 and 48 Barrack street ; 

h. 4 Logiebank, Rankine street 
Fraser, John, gilder and pictureframe maker, 4 Caldrum street ; h. 28 
Fraser, John, butcher, 25 Stirling street 
Fraser, John, fireman, 69 North Church street 
Fraser, John, inspector, 64 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Fraser, John Cargill, merchant, Braeknowe, Blackness road (Telephone 

No. 1330) 


Eraser, John E., jeweller, 121 Hawkhill 

Fraser, Margaret, 17 Forest Park road 

Fraser, Mary Mann, dairykpr.& confecr., 90 Caldrum st. ; h. 288Hilltown 

Fraser, Peter, joiner, 19 Scott street 

Fraser, Peter, detective officer, 58 Strathmore road 

Fraser, Peter M., mechanic, 2 Wedderburn street 

Fraser, Robert, of A. G. Kidd & Sons, Ltd., 15 Baxter Park terrace 

Fraser, Robert, machineman, 2 Malcolm street 

Fraser, Robt., sheriff-officer, J. P. constable, and burgh officer, 51 High 
street ; h. 41 Lyon street 

Fraser, Robert B., baker, 146 Albert street ; h. 150 

Fraser, Simon G., of Rough & Fraser, Abbotsford villa, 131 Strathm'ne rd. 

Fraser, Walter, plumber, 14 Cleghorn street 

Fraser, William, pictureframe maker, 13 Baxter Park terrace 

Fraser, William, late turnkey, 2 East Henderson's wynd 

Fraser, William, draper, 96 Ann street ; h. 32 Wellington street 

Fraser, William, blacksmith, 183 Clepington road 

Fraser, Wm. J., cornel, printer, 62 Murraygate ; h. Willowbank, Monifieth 

Fraser, W. H. , corsetier and hosiery manuf . , 61 Nethergate ; h. 7 Airlie ter. 

Fraser, Mrs Alexander, 35 Arbroath road 

Fraser, Mrs A., garden seed merchant, 12 Arbroath road 

Fraser, Mrs Douglas, 4 Hawkhill place 

Fraser, Mrs D., grocer, 1 Springhill 

Fraser, Mrs J. C. , 27 Morgan street 

Fraser, Mrs, teacher of singing and painting, 38 Whitehall street 

Fraser, Miss Kate, confectioner, 125 Lochee road 

Fraser, Misses, designers and embroiderers, decorative needlework 
depot, 51 and 53 Nethergate ; h. 30 South Tay street 

Frazer, Miss E., 6 Perth road 

Free Labour Bureau, 20 East Dock st. ; James Galloway, labourmaster 

Free Libraries (Dundee, Lochee, and Arthurstone terrace) ; Art, and 
Natural History Museum, and Picture Galleries, Albert square; 
Engineering, Mechanical, Industrial, and Archaeological Museum, 
Dudhope park ; John Maclauchlan, secy. , chief librarian, & curator 

FRENCH, ANNIE, children's outfitting and ladies' underclothing ware- 
house, 123 and 125 Perth road. See Adv. p. 32 

Frew, William, wine and spirit mechant, 47 Castle street 

Frictionless Engine Packing Co., Ltd., Karmal packing and rope edge 
belting, 65 Trades lane 

Friedheim, Otto, of F. Rosenstern & Co., 16 Douglas terrace, W. Ferry 

Friedlander, Edward, calenderer, Meadowside Calender Co., Ltd., 23 
Albert square ; h. Inglewood, St Andrews 

Friend, George, butter and margarine agent, general produce broker, 
and commission merchant, 6b King street ; h. Laurelbank, B. Ferry 

Froebel, F.E.V., foreign corresp., Blackness F'ndry; A. 47 Magdalen grn. 
Fry, J. S., & Sons, Ltd., cocoa and chocolate manufacturers, 84 Com- 
mercial street ; W. H. Horswell, agent 

Pullerton, Edward, of Jas. Fullerton & Co., Seafield house, Carnoustie 
Fullerton, James, grocer, 33 Baldovan terrace 

Fullerton, James, of Jas. Fullerton & Co., Seafield house, Carnoustie 
Fullerton, James, & Co., merchants, 51 Meadowside 


Fullerton, Mrs James, 3 Rockfield terrace 
Fulton, Colin M., compositor, 29 North Wellington street 
Fulton, Robert, powerloom tenter, 19 Brown Constable street 
Fyall, Andrew, carpenter, 29 Hill street 

Fyfe, Andrew, stationer and fancy goods merchant, 162 Ann street 
Fyfe, David, wholesale fruit, potato, and grain merchant, 6 Shore terrace; 

h. The Cottage, 2 Ellen street 
Fyfe, Isabella, dressmaker, 144 Perth road 
Fyfe, John, warehouseman, 76 Blackscroft 
Fyfe, John S., salesman, 2 Park avenue 

Fyfe, Marion B. , milliner, 50 Albert street ; h. 8 Garland place 
Fyfe, Robert, calender overseer, 64 Walton street 
Fyfe, William, vanman, 24 Peddie street 
Fyfe, Mrs Jane, fruiterer, 86 Rosebank street 
Fyfe, Mrs John, 8 Garland place 
Fyfe, Mrs W. C, 3 Windsor terrace 
Fyfe, Mrs, apartments, 7 Aberlemno terrace 
Fyfe, Miss, 1 Blackness crescent 
Fyffe, Andrew, shopman, 10 Annfield row 

Fyffe, Andrew Morton, civil engineer, Gas Works ; h. 17 Thomson st. 
Fyffe, iYngus, dairyman, Rosslyn dairy, Fairfield road 
Fyffe, David, yarndresser, 36 Park avenue 
Fyffe, David, clerk, 295 Hilltown 
Fyffe, George, warehouseman, 197 Clepington road 
Fyffe, George, joiner, 44 City road 

Fyffe, James, lathsplitter, Langlands street ; h. 29 Provost road 
Fyffe, James, slater, 16 Bank street 
Fyffe, Jas., & Son, plumbers, brassfounders, gasfitters, tinsmiths, heating 

engineers, 89 Nethergate and 170 Albert st. ; workshops, Tay St In. 
Fyffe, Jessie, 16 Bank street 
Fyffe, John, grocer's assistant, 42 Scott street 
Fyffe, John, sugar toy manufacturer, 33 Rosebank street 
Fyffe, John, joiner, 5 Kinnaird street 
Fyffe, John S., lathsplitter, 53 Erskine street 
Fyffe, John W., & Co., slaters, 14 Bank street; and Downfield 
Fyffe, Robert, upholsterer, 185 Hilltown ; h. 191 
Fyffe, Thomas, coffeehouse-keeper, 80 Overgate ; h. 82 
Fyffe, Thomas L., of James Fyffe & Son, 1 Richmond terrace 
Fyffe, William, clerk, Dundee Foundry ; h. 38 Park avenue 
Fyffe, William, machineman, 55 Dens road 

Fyffe, William G. , grocer and wine mer. , 38 Mains rd. ; h. 8 Cardean st. 
Fyffe, Mrs A. , 29 Mains loan 
Fyffe, Mrs James, 17 Thomson street 

Gabriel, Robert, warehouseman, 8 Kincardine street 

Gaertner, Hans, teacher of music and organist, 41 Reform st. ; h. 

9 James place, Broughty Ferry 
Gaffney, Lawrence, porter, 28 North George street 
Gaffney, Thomas, licensed broker, 11 North Ellen street ; h. 15 
I. Gaffney, Thos. A., hairdresser, 17 Albert st. ; h. 10 Arthurstone terrace 
Gagnon, Mrs Margaret, dairykeeper, 50 King street ; h. 62 Blackscroft 


Gahan Bros., painters & decorators, 57 Hilltown (Tele. No. 3y2) ; h. 57a 

Gaiety Theatre of Varieties, 52 Victoria road 

Gairn, John, grocer, 42 Blackscroft 

Gairns, John, stableman, 22 Lyon street 

Gairns, Robert, clerk, 2a Bell street 

Gall, George, joiner, 24 Forebank road 

Gall, John, commercial traveller, Park road, Fairmuir 

Gallacher, Thomas, birddealer, 211 Lochee road 

Gallacher, Mrs, confectioner, 16 Dundonald street 

Galloway, Archibald, assurance agent, 36 Ferry road 

Galloway, David, millwright, 46 Peddie street 

Galloway, David, joint district manager, British Legal Assurance Co., 

Limited, 19 King street 
Galloway, David, of John Galloway & Sons, 72 Clepington road 
Galloway, David, cooper, 1 Stirling street ; h. 208 Strathmartine road 
Galloway, David M.,grocer&winemer., 68 Ferry rd. ; h. 18Whitehallcres. 
Galloway, George, enginedriver, 27 Step row 
Galloway, James, British Legal Life Assurance Co., Ltd., 19 King st., 

and Hillock house, Kingennie 
Galloway, James, of John Galloway & Sons, 331 Clepington road 
Galloway, James, jun., inspector of agents, British Legal Assurance 

Co. , 94 Victoria road 
Galloway, John, of Galloway & M'Rostie, 113 Arbroath road 
Galloway, John, 39 Dock street 

Galloway, John, of John Galloway & Sons, May cottage, Fairmuir street 
GALLOWAY, JOHN, & SONS, ironmongers, tinsmiths, plumbers, and 

gasfitters, 311 and 315 Hilltown. See Adv. p. 16 
Galloway & M'Rostie, stevedores, 36 Candle lane 
Galloway, Robert, milloverseer, 18 Hunter street 
Galloway, William, fireman, Central Fire Station, West Bell street 
Galloway, William, shoemaker, 252 Hawkhill 
Gait, John, superintendent, Dundee and Lochee Mission to the Out-door 

Blind, 26 Castle street ; h. 11 Rose street, Lochee 
Gamble, Thomas, calenderworker, 123 Rosebank street 
Gamble, Thomas, cowfeeder, 121 Rosebank street 
Gambley, Mrs, draper, 1 Melrose terrace 
Garden Works, Benvie road ; David Smith & Sons, spinners 
Gardine, Mrs Elizabeth, manglekeeper, 31 Park avenue 
Gardiner, David, painter, 43 Milnbank road 
Gardiner, Duncan, carpenter, 101 Victoria road 
Gardiner, George, police constable, 11 Pitfour street 
Gardiner, James, cashier, 169 Albert street 
Gardiner, John, vanman, 227 Hawkhill 
Gardiner, Peter, cabinetmaker, 61 Ure street 
Gardiner, Thomas, mechanic, 1 Gibson terrace 

Gardiner, Tom, tailor and clothier, 52 Wellgate ; h. 164 Lochee road 
Gardner, Rev. Alfred, Lindsay Street Church; h. Gowanbank, Lochee rd. 
Gardner, John, meter inspector, Gas Office ; h. 38 Milnbank road 
Gardner, John H. , foreman blacksmith, 58 Watson street 
Gardyne, Frank, confectioner, 124 Victoria road 
Garland, Alexander, tobacconist, 79 Murraygate ; h. 31 Wellgate 


Garland, John, shoemaker, 31 Wellgate 

Garland, Miss M. , draper, 79 Strathmartine road ; h. 31 Wellgate 

Garrie, Mrs Ann, grocer, 129 Rosebank street ; h. 131 

Garriock & Co. , merchants, Seafield house, Magdalen place ; and Scallo- 
way, Shetland 

Garriock, Lewis J., The Cottage, 51 Seafield road 

Garriock, Mrs, Seafield house, Magdalen place; and Gibbleston, Scallo- 
way, Shetland 

Garry, John, vanman, 10 Bellfield lane 

Garry, Mrs Mary, ladies' nurse, 52 Peddie street 

Garvie, Alexander, of Hughes & Garvie, 57 Cleghorn sti'eet 

Garvie & Farquharson, joiners and builders, 46 City road 

Garvie, James, of Garvie & Farquharson, 27 Scott street 

Garvie, James, joiner, 18 Ben vie road 

Garvie, John, compositor, 172 Lochee road 

Garvie, Mrs, confectioner, 23 Victoria street ; h. 58 Crescent lane 

Gaudie, William, mechanic, 69 Dens road 

Gauld, Archibald, sackmaker, 49 Victoria road 

GAULD & LABURN, slaters and slate merchants, Laburn street (Telephone 
No. 33y4). See Adv. p. 108 

Gauldie, William, architect and ordained surveyor, 23 Panmure street 

Gault, John, late policeman, 219 Hilltown 

Gault, John H., postman, 194 Strathmartine road 

Gavine, James R. , draper, 4 and 6 Arbroath road ; h. 25 Baxter Park ter. 

Gavine, William, boxmaker, 9 Lamb's lane ; h. 16 Arthurstone terrace 

Geake, Henry, chemist and druggist, 6 Whitehall street ; h. 5 

Geake, Henry, pianotuner, 5 Whitehall street 

Geake, Miss Isabel, teacher of pianoforte, 5 Whitehall street 

GEDDES, JAMES, painter and decorator, 29 Barrack street ; h. 23 Baxter 
Park terrace. See Adv. p. 99 

Geddes, John, jun., of J. & J. Geddes, Craigroyston, Pitkerro road 

GEDDES, J. & J. , painters and decorators, 49 Dura street ; and Castle 
street, Tayport. See Adv. p. 64 

Geddes, Patrick, F.R.S.E. , professor of botany, University College; 
h. Innesforth, Valley field, Dunfermline 

Geddes, Mrs James, 1 Rustic place 

Geddes, Mrs William, 10 Garland place 

Geddes, Mrs, Craigroyston, Pitkerro road 

Geekie, Alexander, H.M. Customs, 1 Park avenue 

Geekie, Alex., officer, Victoria Street U.F. Ch. ; h. 15 Brown Constable st. 

Geekie, Alexander W., of Gottlieb & Geekie, Hill place, Wormit 

Geekie, Andrew, postman, 18 Caldrum street 

Geekie, Donald, mechanic, 44 Dallfield walk 

Geekie, Edward, engineer, 3 Kincardine street 

Geekie, John, fireman, 20 Park wynd 

Geekie, John, jun.,, patternmaker, 5 Mountpleasant 

Geekie, John, blacksmith, 6 Lawrence street 

Geekie, Robert Davidson, traveller, 364 Loons road 

Geekie, William, harbour porter, 11 Craigie street 

Geekie, William, contractor, 25 Mains loan 

Geekie, Mrs William, 330 Hawkhill 


Geekie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 16 Bank street 
Geekie, Mrs, house proprietrix, 3 Rustic place 

Geekie, Miss C, draper, 78 Ure street ; h. 80 

Gellatly, Alexander, fireman, 20 Gardner street 

Gellatly, Alexander, mechanic, 4 Derby street 

Gellatly, Charles, mechanic, 6 Rosefield street 

Gellatly, David, coachman, 34 Raglan street 

Gellatly, George, yarndresser, 42 Annfield road 

Gellatly, James, commercial traveller, 20 Union place 

Gellatly, J., carpetweaver, 67 North Wellington "street 

Gellatly & Millar, Misses, dressmakers, 93 Nethergate 

Gellatly, Thos., carriage lamp specialist, 4lAHawkhill; h. 41 Dallfieldter. 

Gellatly, William, enginedriver, 20 Union place 

Gellatly, Mrs James, apartments, 67 Seagate 

GENERAL Accident Assurance Corporation, Ltd., 17 Albert sq. (Telephone 
No. 1783) ; J. Graham Watt, resident secretary. See Adv. p. 123 

GENERAL Life Assurance Co., 33 Commercial street ; B. L. Nairn & Co., 
district agents. See Adv. p. 121 

George, David, turner, 20 Baldovan terrace 

George, David, greengrocer, 59 Peddie street ; h. 50 

George, David, mason, 68 Kemback street 

George, Rev. James, Park U.F. Church; h. Invererne, Forfar road 

George, Mrs E. T., laundry proprietor, 31 Hilltown; h. 76 Lochee road 

German Empire, Consul for— L. Fr. Zoller, 10 Victoria chambers 

Gerrard, John R., tenter, 6 Isles' lane 

Gerrie, Geo. Ross, clerk, Commercial Bank ; h. 6Kilnburn pi. , E. Newport 

Gethms, Miss Mary, draper, 68 King street ; h. 166 Ann street 

Geyer, Hermann J. , master of modern languages, Harris Academy ; h. 
Bonavista, Tayport 

Gibb, David, grocer and wine mer., 70 Ann street ; h. 25 Bonnybank rd. 

Gibb, David, of David Gibb & Son, 10 Airlie terrace 

Gibb, David, milloverseer, 172 Hawkhill 

Gibb, David, jun., cashier, 4 Adelaide terrace 

Gibb, David F., merchant, 20 Rosebank street ; h. Bellevue, Downfield 
Gibb, David, & Son, flax and yarn merchants, 16 William street, King 

street ; office, 31 Albert square 
Gibb, E. G., factory manager, Maxwelltown Works; h. Glendye cottage, 

Pitkerro road 
Gibb, George, waste mercht., 20 Rosebank st.; h. Bellevue, Downfield 
Gibb, Jane Ann, Mayflower Coffee Tavern, 189 Overgate ; h. 7 Balfour st. 
Gibb, James, engineer, 15 Bellefield avenue 
Gibb, Joseph, railway servant, 30 Isles' lane 
Gibb, Mary J., teacher, Smithfield Episcopal School, 67 Derby street; 

h. Craigallan, Easthaven, Carnoustie 
Gibb, William, mechanic, 4 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Gibb, William, pastrybaker, 46 North street 
Gibb, William, engineer, 124 Seagate 
Gibb, William G., mechanic, 19 Baldovan terrace 
Gibb, W. K., of David Gibb & Son, 10 Martin street 
Gibb, Miss, 47 Magdalen green 
Gibbons, Thomas, passenger guard, 41 Rosefield street 


Gibbons, William, commissionaire, 9 Meadow Place buildings 
Gibbs, Alexander R., spinning overseer, 4 Gardner's lane 
Gibbs, Jane B., dressmaker, 22 William street, Forebank 
Gibson, Alex., grain and meal merch., 11 Mains road; h. 133 Hilltown 
Gibson, Alexander, 39 Lyon street 
Gibson, Alexander H., butcher, 61 Dens road ; h. 63 
Gibson, Andrew, upholsterer, 13 Baxter Park terrace 
Gibson, Aw., clerk, City chambers ; A. Ebenezer place, Broughty Ferry 
Gibson, Ann, confectioner, 168 Ann street 
Gibson, Charles, waiter, 12^ Mortimer street 
Gibson, David, clerk, 304 Perth road 
Gibson, David, coachman, 71 Perth road 
Gibson, David, of O'Kane & Gibson, 29 Constable street 
Gibson, David, fishdealer, 146 Hawkhill ; furniture dealer, 139 ; A. 3 

Lowden's alley 
Gibson, David, postman, 71 Ann street 

Gibson, George, stationer and newsagent, 94 Strathmartine road ; A. 113 
Gibson, George, & Co. , shipowners, and agents for Dundee and Rotter- 
dam steamers, 17 Dock street 
Gibson, James, engineer, 9 Balfour street 
Gibson, James, mason, 109 Albert street 
Gibson, James, shoemaker, 95 Princes street ; A. 105 
Gibson, Jane R., dressmaker, 58 Crescent lane 
Gibson, John, irondresser, 20 William street, Forebank 
Gibson, John, storekeeper, 27 Morgan street 

Gibson, John, milksalesman, Lowbank dairy ; A. 366 Loons road 
Gibson, John, teacher, Ann Street Public School ; A. 10 Strath view ter. 
Gibson, John, tenter, 86 Peddie street 
Gibson, John, warehouseman, 3 Morgan street 
Gibson, John, foreman irondresser, 25 Rosefield street 
Gibson, John, postman, 14 Rosefield street 

Gibson, John, agent, British Linen Co. Bank ; A. 1 Blackness avenue 
Gibson, Joseph, of Joseph Gibson & Co., average adjuster, 26 Commercial 

street ; A. Ellieslea, West Ferry 
Gibson, Joseph, & Co., marine insurance brokers, 26 Commercial street 

(Telephone No. 86; Telegrams, "Gibson") 
Gibson, J. S., of J. S. Gibson & Co., 66 Logie street, Lochee 
Gibson, J. S., & Co., electricians and cycle agents, 243 Lochee road 
Gibson, Matthew, telegraphist, 92 Victoria road 

Gibson, Robert, minister, Catholic Apostolic Church ; A. 90 Victoria road 
Gibson, Robert, tenter, 180 Blackness road 
Gibson, Robert, lapping overseer, 42 Annfield road 

Gibson, Robert, C.E., engineer and architect, 2 India buildings (Tele- 
phone No. 1175) ; A. 13 William street, Forebank 
Gibson, Robert, commission agt., 31 Murraygate ; A. 2 St Johnswood ter. 
Gibson, Robert J., jute merchant, 3 Royal Exchange court ; A. Dunellen, 

79 Clepington road 
Gibson, Thomas, of Martin & Gibson, 32 Dudhope Crescent road 
Gibson, Thomas, dairykeeper, 12 Balfour street ; A. 7 
Gibson, William, Craigie Works ; A. Invertay, West Ferry 
Gibson, William, jun., of William Gibson & Son, Linfield, West Ferry 


Gibson, William, blacksmith, 101 Peddie street 

Gibson, William (wine and spirit merchant, Lochee), 188 Lochee road 

Gibson, William S., insurance inspector, 8 Baxter Park terrace 

Gibson, Wm. , & Son, jute spinners and manufs. , CraigieWks. , Arbroath rd. 

Gibson, Mrs B. , stationerand fancy goods mer., 177 Scouringburn ; h. 177| 

Gibson, Mrs John H., 18 Baxter Park terrace 

Gibson, Mrs M. D. , 4 Ly tton street 

Gibson, Misses A. & M., costumiers, 18 Meadowside 

Gilbert, Robert H., of Lilburn & Gilbert, 29 Cleghorn street 

Gilchrist, Alex., machine merchant, 37 Benvie road; h. 7 Inverary ter. 

Gilchrist, Alexander, tailor, 227 Hawkhill 

Gilchrist, George, china merchant, 60 King st.; h. 9 Brown Constable st. 

Gilchrist, James, hardware merchant, 60 Ann street ; h. 10 N. Ellen st. 

Gilchrist, John, carpet designer, 18 Gardner street 

Gilchrist, John Gilbert, solicitor, 9 Ward road ; h. 8 Windsor street 

Gildea, R., late H.M. Customs, 15 Rosewood terrace 

Giles, George, depute procurator fiscal, Courthouse buildings; h. 
Balgonie, Ferry road, Monifieth 

GILFILLAN HALLS, Whitehall crescent ; Fred F. Eassie, caretaker. See 
Adv. p. 138 

Gill, David, joiner, Rona cottage, 28 Lintrathen gardens 

Gill, Harry, carpetweaver, 76 Clepington road 

Gill, Herbert, chairmaker, 187 Clepington road 

Gill, James, foreman mechanic, 74 Arklay street 

Gill, Miss Jane, confectioner, 63 Scouringburn 

Gill, William, Prudential Assurance agent, 33 Cleghorn street 

Gillan, Alexander, mason, 8 Wolseley street 

Gillan, James, millforeman, 4 Stirling street 

Gillan, John, assistant hallkeeper, Drill Hall; h. 11 Temple lane 

Gillan, Patrick, painter, 1 Baldovan terrace 

Gillanders, Robt., grocer, spirit mer., 127 Hilltown ; h. 25 Bonnybank rd. 

Gillespie, Andrew, hacklemaker, 19 Annfield street 

Gillespie, James, mechanic, 18 Kincardine street 

Gillespie, John, instructor, Mars Training Ship ; h. 100 Annfield road 

Gillies, Jas. M. , of Chapman & Gillies, Lena's cottages, Brook st. , B. Ferry 

Gillies, Norman, draper's assistant, 42 Scott street 

Gillies, Rev. William A., B.D., 19 Airlie place 

Gillies, Mrs Ann, dressmaker, 18 Parker street 

Gilmartin, Matilda, draper, 13 Hilltown 

Gilroy, Alexander, merchant, 54 Bell st.; h. Ballumbie, near Dundee 

Gilroy, A. Bruce (Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd.), Castleroy, Bro'ty Ferry 

Gilroy, C. E. , merchant, 54 Bell street ; h. The Grange, Monifieth 

Gilroy, Geo. A. (Gilroy, Sons, & Co., Ltd.), Rankeillour, Springfield, Fife 

Gilroy, H. B., merchant, 54 Bell street ; h. The Croft, Broughty Ferry 

Gilroy, Sons, & Company, Limited, merchants, jute spinners and manu- 
facturers, Tay Works ; office, 1 Lochee road 

Gilruth, A. , 24 North George street 

Gilruth, Miss (milliner, Lochee), 1 Logiebank, Rankine street 

Girdwood, George, & Co., engravers, lithographic and letterpress printers, 
manufacturing and mercantile stationers, 53 Meadowside (Telephone 
No. 23; Telegrams, "Girdwood, Stationers") 


Girrity, Peter, contractor, Westgrove, Blackness road 

Glasgow Floorcloth and Linoleum Company, floorcloth, linoleum, and 

carpet warehousemen, 76 Overgate 
Glasgow and West of Scotland Guardian Society for the Protection of 

Trade, 87 Commercial street ; Alexander C. Rutherford, secretary 

and manager ; William Robb, district manager 
Glass, Alexander, seaman, 193 Perth road 
Glass, Alexander, warehouseman, 3 Parker street 
Glass, Andrew H., clerk, 16 Maryfield terrace 
Glass, Andrew P. B., clerk, 7 Aberlemno terrace 

Glass, Charles C, of Anderson & Glass, 122 North street, St Andrews 
Glass, George G., sub-editor, Dundee Advertiser; h. 13 Blackness av. 
Glass, James, grocer and wine merchant, 290 Hilltown ; h. 17 Nelson st. 
Glass, Mrs John, 21 Perth road 
Glass, Miss Mary, 163 Albert street 
Glass, Miss, 93 Arbroath road 
Glassey, Thomas, overseer, 15 Paterson street 
Glegg, Mrs, 4 Thornley terrace 
Glen Coull Distillery Co., distillers of pure Highland malt whisky, 131 

Seagate ; and Justinhaugh, Forfarshire, N.B. 
Glen, George, butcher, 161 Albert street 
Glen, George, porter, 42 North Ellen street 
Glen, John, butcher, 45 Albert street ; h. 161 
Glenday, George, carter, 8 Charles street 
Glenday, William, stoker, 47 Erskine street 
Glendenning, W., & Sons, Ltd. (Newcastle-on-Tyne) ; George Friend, 

agent, 6b King street 
Glennan, Thomas, officer, St Joseph's R.C. Church; hallkeeper, Black- 
ness Halls ; h. 39 Blackness road 
Glennie, Mrs Ann, confectioner, 88 Blackscroft ; h. 45 Dura street 
Glenny, Henry S. (Reid, Johnston, & Co.), solicitor and notary public, 

34 Reform street ; h. 40 Magdalen Yard road 
Gloag, Alexander, teacher, 56 Seafield road 

Gloag, Charles C, wine and spirit mercht., 106 Durast. ; h. 159 Albert st. 
Gloak, David, shipmaster, 9 Pitkerro road 
Gloak, David F., coppersmith, 10 Craigie street 
Glover, James, fruiterer and florist, 21 W'estport 
Glover, James, of J. & J. Glover, 32 Westport 
Glover, John, of J. & J. Glover, 188 Lochee road 
Glover, J. & J., oven and furnace builders, 116 Lochee road ; h. 188 (all 

letters to 188 Lochee road) 
Glynn, John, & Son, steamers to Cuba ; M. Langlands & Sons, agents, 

39 Dock street 
Goddard, Charles, gardener, 42 North George street 
Godfrey, C. T., merchant, 73 Cowgate ; h. Corona villa, Barnhill 
Godson, Austin, law clerk, 9 Eden street 
Gold, David S., farmer, Logie farm, Lochee road 
Gold, William, clerk, 248 Blackness road 

Golder, M., teller, Bank of Scotland; h. Baldovan villa, Downfield 
GOLDIE, HENRY STEWART, regd. plumber, gasfitter, and zincworker, 

2 Union place ; h. 125 Perth road. See Adv. p. 101 


Goldie, James, commission agent, 24 Bank street 

Goldie, R. L., sergeant instructor, 3rd V.B.R.H. ; h. 2 Eliza street 

Golding, Isaiah, carpetweaver, 185 Clepington road 

Gonnella, Frank, modeller, 4 Cleghorn street 

Gonnella, J., & Co., modellers, figuremakers, and importers of Italian 
sculpture, 81 Nethergate 

Good, Henry, joiner, 30 Victoria street 

Good, Joseph, baker, 66 Blackscroft ; /?. 79 King street 

Good, Miss C, grocer, 14 Bell street 

Goodall, Alexander, painter, 21 Milnbank road 

Goodall, David, carter, 22 Raglan street 

Goodall, James, mechanic, 62 Ure street 

Goodall, Mitchell W., tenter, 11 Blackness street 

Goodfellow, Andrew, baker, 21 Kincardine street 

Goodfellow, David, tanner, 36 Baldovan terrace 

Goodlet, I. & M., drapers, 34 Polepark road; h. 168 Lochee road 

Goodwin, W. J., Midland Railway agent, 57 Meadowside, and Tay 
Bridge station ; h. 2 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill 

Gordon, Adam, joiner and housefactor, 193 Strathmartine road 

Gordon, Alexander, tailor, 11 Annfield row 

Gordon, Alexander Oliver, prison warder, 12 Mid street 

Gordon, Charles, engineer, 35 Springhill 

Gordon, David, insurance agent, 15 Lily bank road 

Gordon, David, inspector, 66 Union street, Maxwelltown 

Gordon, David, winding foreman, 32 Pitfour street 

Gordon, David, clerk, 99 Arbroath road 

Gordon, David, mason, 2 Gibson terrace, Mains loan 

Gordon, E. Leighton, teacher of music, 43 Union street 

Gordon, Rev. Frank, M.A., Chalmers U.F. Church, 27 Windsor street 

Gordon, George, packer, 17 Dallfield walk 

Gordon, George C, shipmaster, 5 Morgan street 

Gordon, Hugh, foreman plater, 6 Baxter Park terrace 

Gordon, Jas., house and insurance agt., 30 Reform st. ; h. 30 S. Tay st. 

Gordon, James, 4 Buckingham terrace 

Gordon, James, ironmoulder, 9 Lorimer street 

Gordon, James, engineer, Grove cottage, 32 Inverary terrace 

Gordon, James, tenter, 29 North William street 

Gordon, John, seaman, 21 Baldovan terrace 

Gordon, John, factory manager, Wellington St. Factory ; h. 12 Rose st. 

Gordon, John, fireman, 32 Benvie road 

Gordon, John S., ironmonger, 53 Cleghorn street; h. 32 Pitfour street 

Gordon & Matthew, general drapers, 177 Hilltown 

Gordon's Meat Mart, butchers, 90 Princes street ; h. 43 Union street 

Gordon, Peter, vandriver, 13 Cochrane street 

Gordon, Robert, traveller (Mitchell & Muil, Aberdeen), 1 Eden street 

GORDON, R. M., teeth specialist, 8a King street. See Adv. p. 138 

Gordon, Thomas, jute stower, 27 Wolseley street 

Gordon, T. L., agent, Provident Assoc, of London, Ltd., 2 Rosefield st. 

Gordon, William, ironturner, 2 Roslin terrace 

Gordon, William, labourer, 4 Easson's angle 

Gordon, William, railway servant, 15 Glamis street 


Gordon, Mrs D. S., 47 Baldovan terrace 

Gordon, Mrs John, tobacconist, stationer, 20 Albert st. ; h. 3 Pitkerro rd. 

Gordon, Mrs Mary, 270 Perth road 

Gordon, Mrs, grocer, 24 William street, Forebank 

Gordon, Mrs, confectioner, 12 Cotton road 

Gordon, Miss, 52 Magdalen Yard road 

Gorrie, Alexander, mechanic, 19 Hill street 

Gorrie, David L., railway servant, 76 Lochee road 

Gorrie, James, firewood manufacturer and coal merchant, 49 Forebank 

road ; h. 28 Clepington road 
Gorrie, Peter, cloth measurer, 26 Forest Park road 
Gorrie, Peter, L.D.S., F.P.S.G., dental surgeon, 148 Nethergate ; 

and Belleville, Carnoustie 
Gorrie, Wm., M.B. , Ch. B.Edin. , physician and surg'n, 12 and 14 King st. 
Gorthy, John, hacklemaker, 89 Scouringburn 
Gorton, Edward, guard, 16 Gardner street 

Gottlieb & Geekie, specialists in office appliances, commission agents, en- 
gravers, stencil mkrs., rubber and metal stamp mkrs., 10 Panmure st. 
Gottlieb, Joel J., of Gottlieb & Geekie, 143 Nethergate 
GOUICK, JOHN, wholesale ironmonger and bar and shop outfitter, 123 

Overgate ; h. 15 Thomson street. See Adv. p. 54 
Gourlay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd., engineers and shipbuilders) 

Dundee Foundry, East Dock street (Telephone No. 569 ; Telegrams, 

"Gourlay"), and Camperdown Ship Yard (Telephone No. 1779) 
Gourlay, C. G., of Gourlay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd., The Croft, 

Longforgan (Telephone No. 764) 
Gourlay, Donald, blacksmith, 30 Hospital wynd 
Gourlay, Henry Garrett, of Gourlay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd., 

Airlie lodge, Whitehouse terrace, Edinburgh 
Gourlay, James, mechanic, 16 Bank street 

Gourlay, James, butcher, 100 Princes street; h. Union street, Monifieth 
Gourlay, James, collector, 3 Ure street 
Gourlay, Thomas, sheriff- officer for the counties of Forfar, Fife, and 

Perth, 5 Reform street ; A. 1 Wellington street 
Gourlay, William, police sergeant, 180 Strathmartine road 
Gourlay, Mrs, stationer, 177 Perth road ; h. 3 Step row 
Govan, Robert, brickbuilder, 347 Clepington road 
Gove, David, commercial traveller, 19 Wolseley street 
Gove, Jas., commis. agt., 41 Castle st.; h. Cedar pi., Forthill, B. Ferry 
Gove, Joseph, fishdealer, 11 Springhill 
Gove, William, tailor, 14 West wynd 
Gove, Miss Mary, draper, 21 Wolseley street 
Govier, Percival Frederick, electrician, 74 Ward road 
Gow, Alexander, shuttlemaker, 35 Alexander street 
Gow, Alexander, calenderworker, 3 Malcolm street 
Gow, Alexander, grocer, 70 Hilltown 

Gow, Charles, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 16 Albert street 
Gow, Daniel, of Brown & Gow, 18 Whitehall crescent 
Gow, George R., of John R. Gow & Sons, 21 Westfield place 
Gow, James, aerated water manufacturer, 66 North William street ; 

grocer and spiritdealer, 160 Ann street ; h. Oakbank, Argyle street 



Gow, James, upholsterer, 5 Mortimer street 

Gow, James, sub-inspector of cleansing, 65 Rosebank street 

Gow, James R. , of John R. Gow & Sons, 3 Gowrie place 

Gow, John, joiner, 127 Blackscroft 

Gow, John, ironturner, 35 Rosefield street 

Gow, John R., & Sons, gunmkrs., fishing-rod, tackle mfrs., 12 Union st. 

Gow, Peter R., of John R. Gow & Sons, 50 Seafield road 

Gow, William, traveller, 4 Balgay avenue 

Gow, William C, clerk, 273a Hawkhill 

Gow, Mrs Alexander, 65 Arbroath road 

Gow, Mrs A., grocer, 188 Hawkhill ; h. 20 Bernard street 

Gow, Mrs A. F., apartments, 20 Airlie place 

Gow, Miss Jessie, confectioner, 24 Bell street 

Gowans, Alexander, Cowgate porter, 8 Erskine street 

Gowans, Alexander B., cowfeeder, Lawside road 

Gowans & Buick, solicitors and notaries public, 15 Castle street 

Gowans, David, of Gowans & Buick, Arnot villa, Ferry road, Monifieth 

Gowans, David, stower, 11 Harriet street 

Gowans, David H., secretary, Thos. Muir, Son, & Patton, Limited; 

h. Gowanlea, Wormit 
Gowans, George, mechanic, 10 Lorimer street 
Gowans, John, stower, 8 Baffin street 
Gowrie, John, plasterer, 39 Paton's lane 

Gracie, Richard, plumber and gasfitter, 17 Charles street; A. 11 
Gracie, Richard, jun., plumber, 11 Charles street 

Gracie, Wm. P., hatter and hosier, 17, 19 Murraygate ; h. 4 Richmond ter. 
Gracie, Mrs, grocer, 42 Catherine street ; h. 44 
Grady, James, butcher, 27 Park avenue 
GRAHAM, CHARLES, house furnisher, 41 St Peter street; h. Agnes 

cottage, 39 Step row. See Adv. p. 87 
Graham, Charles, calender manager, 81 Murraygate 
Graham, David S., bottle inspector, 30 Hunter street 
Graham, Frank, of Anderson & Graham, Seafield cottage, Wormit 
Graham, George, tenter, 20 Hill street 
Graham, Henry, grocer's assistant, 20 Hill street 
Graham, James, fireman, 23 Park avenue 
Graham, James, marine engineer, 42 Step row 
Graham, James, farmer, Mains of Baldovan (Telephone No. 046) 
Graham, James, bootmaker, 22 Stirling street and 20 Dundoriald street 
Graham, James A., of J. A. & T. Graham, Hyndford villa, Hyndfordst. 
Graham, James D., teller, National Bank ; h. 10 Garland place 
Graham, James T., sailmaker, 14 Park avenue 
Graham, John, butcher's salesman, 27 Westport 
Graham, John, joiner, 29 Union place 
Graham, John M., warehouseman, 75 Annfield road 
Graham, Joseph, compositor, 82 Ferry road 

Graham, J. A. & T., solicitors and notaries public, 104 Commercial st. 
Graham, Robt., wine & spirit mercht. , 209Overgate; h. 260 Blackness rd. 
Graham, Robert, dockgateman, 14 King's road 
Graham, Thomas, of J. A. & T. Graham, 1 South Tay street 
Graham, William, coachman, 8 Paton's lane 


Graham, William, vandriver, 220 Blackness road 
Graham, William, moulder, 168 Blackness road 
Graham, William R., watchman, 133 Victoria road 
Graham, Mrs G. T., 30 Springfield 
Graham, Mrs Jane, 7 Dallfield terrace 
Graham, Mrs, grocer, 29 Park avenue 
Grainger, James, insurance agent, 44 Ann street 
Grandison, Samuel, carpenter, 11 Charles street 
Grandison, Stephen R., boatman, 74 Watson street 
Grandy, Miss E., 2 Ford's lane 

Grant, Adam, home and foreign birddealer, 90 Hilltown 
Grant, Alexander, railway weigher, 6 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Grant, Alexander, cab proprietor, 2 Malcolm street 
Grant, Alexander S. , grocer and spirit merchant, and grain merchant, 

26 Princes street ; h. Salisbury cottage, Forfar road 
Grant, Allan, agent, 71 Perth road 
Grant, Archibald, joiner, 1 Pitfour street 
Grant, A. S., of Sutherland & Grant, 13 Albert street 
Grant & Baxter, jute spinners, manufacturers, and merchants, Dundee 

Linen Works (Telephone No. 494; Telegrams, " Griffon"; Exchange 

Box No. 58), and Laing Street Works 
GRANT & BROWN, ironfounders, Star Foundry, 62 Bell street (Telephone 

No. 9y3). See Adv. p. 96 
Grant, Charles, tenter, 26 Kidd street 

Grant, Rev. Charles M. , D. D. , St Mark's Parish Church ; h. 9 Airlie place 
Grant, David, of William Grant & Son, Helenslea, City road 
Grant, Donald, shop assistant, 101 Victoria road 
Grant, Duncan R., clerk, 13 Forest Park road 

Grant, Eugene E., engineer & cyclebldr.,59 S. Tayst. ; h. 6 Gardner street 
Grant, Forbes, clerk, 83 Magdalen green 

Grant, F. Airth, of MTntyre & Grant, Taybank, East Newport 
Grant, James, ropemaker, 3 Pennycook lane 
Grant, James, mechanic, 59 Caldrum street 
Grant, James, solicitor, 25 Barrack street ; h. 230 Perth road 
Grant, James, tailor and clothier, 195 Perth road and 88 Peddie street ; 

h. 2 Rosefield street 
Grant, James, joiner, 3 Cardean street 

Grant, James, of John Grant & Sons, 7 Fort street (Telephone No. 1566) 
Grant, Jas. I. , Life Assur. dist. mgr. , 10 Victoria chambers ; h. 3 Park ter. 
Grant, James M., boot and shoe maker, 78 King street; h. 131 Albert st. 
Grant, John, lapper, 13 Albert street 

Grant, John, of John Grant & Co., 6 Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Grant, John, draper's traveller, 4 Eden street 
Grant, John, mechanic, 5 Annfield row 
Grant, John, mechanic, 8 Paton's lane 
Grant, John, mechanic, 96 Caldrum street 

Grant, John, & Co., merchants, 20 St Andrew's st. (Telephone No. 1382) 
Grant, John J. , mercantile clerk, 207 Perth road 
Grant, John, & Sons, millers and grain merchants, 19 High street ; 

and Craigmills, Strathmartine (Telephone No. 158 ; Telegrams, 

"Strath," Dundee) 


Grant, J. G., stockbroker, 94 Commercial street (Telephone No. 332 ; 

Telegrams, " Granite") ; h. 140 Perth road 
Grant, J. H. S., of Marshall & Grant, 60 Bell street 
Grant, Peter, guard, 19 Step row 

Grant, Rev. Peter, D.D., St John's Estab. Church ; h. 140 Perth road 
Grant, Peter, School Board officer, 43 Cleghorn street 
Grant, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 163 Hilltown ; h. Salisbury 

cottage, Forfar road 
Grant, William, of William Granb & Son, Glenagnes cot., Blackness rd. 
Grant, William, 30 Shamrock street 
Grant, William, & Son, butchers, 54 Westport, 187 Blackness road, and 

120 High street, Lochee 
Grant, W. Guillan, of Grant & Baxter, Seaview, Tayport 
Grant, Mrs C, confectioner, 15 St Salvador street 
Grant, Mrs C, milk merchant, Whitton street ; h. 42 King's road 
Grant, Mrs E., 13 Blackness avenue 
Grant, Mrs I., dressmaker, 204 Hawkhill 
Grant, Mrs May, 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Grant, Miss A. P., milliner, 186 Hawkhill ; h. I84£ 
Grant, Miss Catherine, 9 Blackness avenue 

Grant, Miss J. A., grocer and spiritdealer, 184 Hawkhill ; h. 184J 
Grant, Miss, milliner, babylinenwrhse., 310Perthrd. ; //. 13Blackne"ss ave. 
Gravill, Frederick E., engineer, 109 Arbroath road 
Gravill, Mrs, 93 Arbroath road 

Grassick, John P., district loco, foreman, N.B. Ely.; h. 4 Gowrie street 
Grassie, James, railway passenger guard, 5 Pitkerro road 
Gray, Alexander, railway guard, 31 Step row 
Gray, Alexander, shipping porter, 139 Blackscroft 
Gray, Alexander, foreman, 67 Alexander street 
Gray, Andrew, spinning overseer, 226 Blackness road 
GRAY, ANDREW, shipchandler, oil, paint, and colour merchant, 60 

Dock street ; h. Ladybank cottage, Monifieth. See Adv. p. 56 
Gray, Andrew, engineer, 11 Balfour street 
Gray, Andrew, painter, 52 Magdalen Yard road 
Gray, Catherine, 42 Seafield road 

Gray, Charles, of P. & C. Gray, 192 Strathmartine road 
Gray, Charles, coal, brick, lime, cement, stucco, fireclay, and common 

clay goods mer. , &c. , 40 Candle lane ; h. Hollygate cot. , Chalmers st. 
Gray, David, tenter, 17 City road 
Gray, David, mechanic, 6 Annfield row 
Gray, David, grocer, 185 Strathmartine road 
Gray, D. J. T., & Co., merchants, 67 Cowgate 
Gray, Eliza Y., pastrybaker, 30 Strathmartine road ; h. 36 
Gray, George, clerk, Fairmuir villa, Strathmartine road 
Gray, James, factory overseer, 51 Milnbank road 
Gray, James, shuttlemaker, 76 Hill street 

Gray, James, M.A., M.B., CM., F.R.C.S.E., surgeon, 9 South Tay st. 
Gray, James L., draper, 207 Perth road 
Gray, James M., of Gray, Robertson, & Smith, consular agent for 

France ; h. Taymouth villa, Carnoustie 
Gray, James W., grocer, 66 Hawkhill; h. 16 Union place 


GRAY, JOHN, of J. & J. Gray, valuator, 20 Perth road. See Adv. p. 22 

Gray, John, butcher, 183 Princes street ; h. 1 Graham place 

Gray, John, of Davidson & Gray, Struiebrae, East Newport 

Gray, John, 9 Blackness avenue 

Gray, John, currier, 12 Brown Constable street 

Gray, John C, artist, 7 Cowgate 

Gray, John Y. , lecturer in engineering, Technical Institute and Y. M. C A. ; 
h. 4 Duff street 

GRAY, J. & J., cabinetmakers and joiners, painters and paperhangers, 
Venetian blind makers, funeral undertakers, and valuators, 18 to 
30 Perth road (Telephone No. 607). See Adv. p. 22 

Gray, J. Scott, ironmonger, 5 Greenfield place 

Gray, J. Scott, jun., ironmonger, 5 Greenfield place 

Gray, Peter, 5 Blackness avenue 

Gray, Peter, 36 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Peter, of P. & C. Gray, 190 Strathmartine road 

Gray, P. & C, joiners, 60 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Robert, blacksmith, 5 Catherine street 

Gray, Robert, butcher, 144 Albert street ; h. 142 

Gray, Robert, butcher, 90 Blackscroft ; h. 131 

Gray, Robert C. , tenter, 163 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Robert H. , of Macdonald & Gray, 9 Blackness avenue 

Gray, Robert S., pressman, Tay Oilcake Works, Stannergate 

Gray, Robertson, & Smith, solicitors and notaries public, 69 Reform st. 

Gray, R. W., agent, 164 Clepington road 

Gray, Stewart, calenderer, 62 North Church street 

Gray's Stores, teamerchts., 46 Murraygate, 31 Westport, & 258 Hilltown 

Gray, Thomas, guard, 44 Annfield row 

Gray, William, enginedriver, 22 Annfield road 

Gray, William, cashier, 28 Shamrock street 

Gray, William, teacher, S. Paul's Episcopal School h. 39 Dock street 

Gray, W T illiam, warper, 44 Provost road 

Gray, William, baker, 57 Provost road 
| Gray, Mrs Alexander, china merchant, 16 Derby street 

Gray, Mrs Andrew, 11 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Mrs D. J. Thomson, 9 Nelson street 

Gray, Mrs F., grocer and spirit merchant, 192 Hilltown ; h. 194 

Gray, Mrs Henry, 2 Baxter Park terrace 

Gray, Mrs Isabella, 31 Park avenue 

Gray, Mrs James, Fairmuir villa, Strathmartine road 

Gray, Mrs Robert, house proprietrix, 3 Balmore street 

Gray, Mrs Thomas, 12| Mortimer street 

Gray, Miss Alice J., teacher of music, 146 Nethergate 

Gray, Miss Amelia, 49 Caldrum street 

Gray, Miss Ethel M. , teacher of music, 146 Nethergate 

Gray, Miss Isabella, manglekeeper, 36 Small's wynd 

Gray, Miss Jessie, 12 Hospital wynd 

Gray, Miss Madge, teacher of music, 146 Nethergate 

Gray, Miss M. , music teacher, 163 Strathmartine road 

Gray, Miss, dressmaker and milliner, 26 Albert street 

Grealy, Martin, coffeehouse-keeper, 2 Walton street ; li. 4 


Great, David, tinsmith, 4 Hunter street 

Greece, Consular agent for — David Scott, 62 Seagate 

Green, John, preparing overseer, 8 Lawrence street 

Green, John, Catholic bookseller, 60 Scouringburn ; h. 58 

Greenfield, J. S., 327 Clepington road 

Greenhill, James D., chemist, 73 0vergate; h. Gilburn terrace, Downfield 

Greenhill, James K., goods guard, 37 Step row 

Greenhow, Joseph, tinsmith, 208 Strathmartine road 

Greenlees & Sons, boot manufacturers, 64 Murraygate 

Gregor, James, naturalist, 10 North Tay street 

Gregor, Miss C, dairy produce dealer, 77 Ure street ; h. 74 

Gregorson, Neil, spindlemaker, 156 Strathmartine road 

Gregory, F. J., of F. J. Gregory & Co., Craiglea, Tayport 

Gregory, F. J., & Co., produce brokers, 9 Commercial street 

Gregory, Joseph Walter,tobacconist and newsagent, 65 Victoria rd. ; h. 63 

Greig, Alexander, painter, 13 Ann field row 

Greig, David, hairdresser and tobacconist, 46 Princes st. ; h. 9 Graham pi. 

Greig, David, manager, Lawside Works ; h. 347 Clepington road 

Greig, David, flax inspector, 111 Hawkhill 

Greig, D. M., CM., F.R.C.S.Ed., surgeon, 25 South Tay street (Tele- 
phone No. 659) 

Greig, George, overseer, 3 Parker street 

Greig, George, constable, 26 Nelson street 

Greig, George, jeweller, 15 Rosefield street 

Greig, James, stower, 59 Main street 

Greig, James, joiner, 37 Stirling street 

Greig, James, fitter, 56 Provost road 

Greig, James, blacksmith, 46 Provost road 

Greig, James, linendraper's assistant, 26 Forest Park road 

Greig, Jas. S., of Cooper & Greig, Lindean, Perth road (Telephone No. 991) 

Greig, John, collector, Gas Office ; h. Struan cottage, 29Lintrathen gdns. 

Greig, John,grocer & sptdlr. ,2 Hawkhill ; h. Brantwood villa,Tnvergowrie 

Greig, John A., accountant, Clydesdale Bank ; h. Rosemore, Tayport 

Greig, John Reid, engineer, 7 Blackness avenue 

Greig, R. M'Gavin, manufctr., 7Cowgate; h. Willowbrae, 3 Blackness ter. 

Greig, Thomas Cattanach, clerk, 10 Union place 

Greig, William, enginefitter, 68 Peddie street 

Greig, William, sailmaker, 55 William street, Forebank 

Greig, William, coaldealer, 10 St Salvador street 

Greig, William, assurance agent, 4 Elizabeth street 

Greig, William, mechanic, 15 Arklay street 

Greig, William, clerk, 28 Kincardine street 

Greig, Mrs David, 96 Strathmartine road 

Greig, Mrs D. , grocer, 241 Lochee road 

Greig, Mrs R. M'Gavin, Willowbrae, 3 Blackness terrace 

Greig, Mrs, Lindean, Perth road 

Greig, Miss Mary, ladies' tailor, 279a Hawkhill 

Greive, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 24 Kinloch street 

Charles Scrymgeour, district agent. See Adv. p. 131 

Grewar, James, shipwright, 23 Baldovan terrace 


Grewar, John, engineer, 10 Airlie terrace 

Grewar, William, harbour porter, 7 Park avenue 

Grey, John Charles, shipmaster, 9 Janefield place 

Grey, William L. B., clothier, 59 Constitution road 

Grieve, Alex., water inspector, Water Commission buildings, Ward rd. 

Grieve, David, railway servant, 13 Ure street 

Grieve, George, baker, 26 Forfar road 

Grieve, Geo., church-officer, Clepington Parish Ch. ; h. 55 Dens road 

Grieve, James, blacksmith, 21 Park avenue 

Grieve, John, clerk, 24 Argyle street 

Grieve, John, confectioner, 76 Ferry road ; h. 74 

Grieve, Peter, compositor, 1 Seafield road 

Grieve, Robert, water inspector, 96 Strathmartine road 

Grieve, Robert, clerk, 5 Bonny bank road 

Grieve, Walter, goods guard, 212 Blackness road 

Grieve, William, grocer, 76 Lochee road 

Grieve, William, enginedriver, 5 South Baffin street 

Grieve, William, shipfitter, 87 Watson street 

Grieve, Mrs Margaret, lodgings, 87 King street 

Grieve, Mrs, 76 Clepington road 

Grieve, Misses, 51 Meadowside 

Grimes, E., manager, 16 St Mary street 

Grimmond, James, tenter, 24 Gardner street 

Grimond, J. & A. D., Limited, merchants, jute spinners, and manufrs., 

Bowbridge Works, Thistle street, and Maxwelltown Works, 25 

North George street ; registered office, 1 King st. (Teleph. No. 258; 

Telegrams, " Grimonds," Dundee, London, Manchester, New York) 
Grimond, J. B. , of J. & A. D. Grimond, Ltd. , 5 Playfair terrace, St Andrews 
Grimond, Mrs A. M., 1 Grosvenor terrace 
Groat, William, grocer, 41 Hawkhill 
Grogan, Robert, fireman, 201 Strathmartine road 
Gron, M. E., & Son, merchants, 14 Victoria chambers 
Grossart, R., landscape gardener and florist, Clarendon Park Nursery 

(Telephone No. 979) and Craig Street Market ; h. 4 Gowrie place 
Grossett, Alexander, tailor, 21 Kincardine street 

Groundwater, Geo. M.,assis. super'tendent, Post Office ; h. 12 Forfar rd. 
Grove, John, calenderer, 134 Blackness road 

Grove Mills, Lower Pleasance ; A. P. Mathewson & Co., spinners 
Groves, James D., railway porter, 20 Gardner street 
Groves, Wm. , bookseller and newsagent, 250 Perth rd. ; h. 2 Paton's lane 
Grubb, H.j foreman carter, Mutter, Howey, & Co.'s stables, E. Dock st. 
Grubb, James, powerloom tenter, 36 North Ellen street 
Grubb, William, mechanic, 9 Bruce street 

GUARANTEE SOCIETY, THE, 95 Hanover st. , Edinburgh. See Adv. p. 135 
Guardian Assurance Co. , Ltd. (Fire, Life, Accident, and Burglary Insur. ), 

7 Bell street (Telephone No. 749) ; H. S. Dickson, resident inspector 
Guild, Alexander, calenderworker, 27 Kidd street 

Guild, Alexander Mackenzie, of A. & J. Guild, 12 Hope st., St Andrews 
Guild, A. & J., stockbrokers, 31 Albert square 
Guild & Cruickshank, builders and contractors, 60 Walton street 
Guild, David, postman, 18 Ellen street 


Guild, George M., engineer, 351 Clepington road 
Guild, George S., mill and factory furnisher, engineers' factor, leather 

and oil merchant, 11a Bell street ; h. 5 Gladstone terrace, B. Ferry 
Guild, Geo. Taylor, M.B., aural surgeon, 164 Nethergate (Tel. No. 612) 
Guild, James, goods superintendent, East station ; h. 9 Baxter Park ter. 
Guild, James, of Guild & Cruickshank, 35 Edward street 
Guild, James F., engineer and steamship surveyor, Inverlyric, Ancrum 

road, Lochee 
Guild, James F., jun., commission and house agent, 105 Clepington rd. 
Guild, Jas. M., grocer, spirit mer., 179 Perth rd.; h. 19Strathmartinerd. 
Guild, John, plumber, 56 Lilybank road 
Guild, John, jun., coaldealer, 50 City road; h. 15 
Guild, William M., bootmaker, 8 Perth road ; h. 17 Step row 
Guild, Miss J. F., proprietrix, Dundee Laundry, 40 Mains road ; h. 19 

Strathmartine road 
Gulland, A., greengrocer, 33 Dura street ; h. 31 
Gunn, Colin, gardener, East lodge, Invergowrie 
Gunn, George, compositor, 29 Step row 
Gunn, Hugh, police sergeant, 31 Park avenue 
Gunn, James T. , tailor, 8 Victoria square, 43 Nethergate 
Gunn, John, waiter, 7 Blackness street 
Gunn, John N. , bookbinder, 2 Graham street 
Gunn, Mrs, grocer, 36 Rosebank street ; h. 27 Provost road 
Guthel, Andrew, of D. & A. Guthel, 13 Muirton road, Lochee 
Guthel, D. & A., joiners, 26 Union street, Charles street 
Guthel, William M., of D. & A. Guthel, 2 East Eliza street 
Guthrie, Alexander, hammerman, 12 Parker street 
Guthrie, Alexander, of J. & A. Guthrie, 5 Blackness terrace 
Guthrie, Alexander, overseer, 79 Arbroath road 
Guthrie, Andrew, clerk, 72 Bell street 
Guthrie, Andrew, mechanic, 116 Arklay street 
Guthrie, Charles, tenter, 21 Kinloch street 
Guthrie, David, sailmaker, 6 Shore terrace 

Guthrie, James, merchant, 10 Panmure st. ; h. Hopepark, Broughty Ferry 
Guthrie, James, mechanic, 12 Wolseley street 
Guthrie, James, calenderworker, 22 Carmichael street 
Guthrie, John, calenderer, 3 Reid street 

Guthrie, John, clerk, Camperclown Shipyard ; h. 72 Bell street 
Guthrie, J. & A., jute spinners and merchants, Seabraes Mill, 2 Perth 

road ; office, 10 Panmure street 
Guthrie, J. O., manager, Bin-Ericht, Pitkerro road 
Guthrie, Rev. R. R. Lingard, M.A., Taybank house, 204 Ferry road 

Hackney, Charles, baker, 11 Robertson street 
Hackney, Charles, clerk, 248 Blackness road 
Hackney, Mrs Jane, grocer, 24 Hospital wynd 
Haddo, Thomas, colliery agent, 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Haddon, Alexander D„, milloverseer, 186 Lochee road 
Haddon, John, assistant manager, 188 Lochee road 
Haddon. Mrs, grocer, 36 Taylor's lane 
Hagan, John, engineer, 18 Rosefield street 


Hagan, Mary, grocer and spiritdealer, 245 Overgate 
Hagemann's Creameries, Ltd., margarine manufacturers ; George Friend, 

agent, 6b King street 
Haggart, David, yarnbundler, 73 North Church street 
Haggart, Geo., clerk, Dundee Combination Par. Council ; h. 4 Gardner st. 
Haggart, James, postman, 54 Magdalen Yard road 
Haggart, John, assistant inspector of postmen, Burns cot. , Mains loan 
Haggart, Robert, baker, 49 Annfield road 
Haggart, William, milloverseer, 18 Caldrum street 
Haggart, Mrs George, Ardlebank villa, 4 Panmure terrace 
Haggart, Miss J. , shirtmaker, 8 Panmure street 
Haigh, W. Nowell, of Douglas Manufacturing Co., Kinloch villa, 

17 Inverary terrace 
Hain, Lawrence, railway servant, 8 Kincardine street 
Hales. James A., patternmaker, Burns cottage, Mains loan 
Hales, Mrs J., 46 Kincardine street 
Halket & Adam, manufacturers, rope and twine makers, Dundee Rope 

Works, 8 Union place (Telephone No. 994 ; Exchange Box No. 56) 
Halkett, John, lapper, 23 Wolseley street 
Hall, Alexander, joiner, 34 Dallfield terrace 
Hall, Alexander, lamplighter, 4 Sibbald street 
Hall, David, dresser, 20 St Mary's place 
Hall, James, mason, 178 Lochee road 
Hall, James, 2 Lawson place 
Hall, James, telegraphist, 11 Westfield lane 
Hall, James, spirit merchant, 4 Baltic street ; h. 31 Wellgate 
Hall, James, painter, 3 North Ellen street 
Hall, John, compositor, 18 Lorimer street 
Hall, John, carpetweaver, 362 Loons road 
Hall, Robert, forwarding clerk, 69 Caldrum street 
Hall, Thomas, confectioner, 182i Hawkhill 

Hall, Rev. Wm., M.A., St Thomas Estabd. Ch.; h. 23 Magdalen Yd. rd. 
Hall, William B., printer, Rose cottage, 27 Back street, Coldside 
Hall, William J., commercial traveller, 49 Dundonald street 
Hall, Mrs William, Logieden cottage, Lochee road 
Hall, Miss Annie, dressmaker, 23 Constitution street 
Hall, Miss Mary, stationer and fancy goods agent, 203 Perth rd. ; h. 308 
Hall, Misses A. & A. ,babylinen warehouse, 56 Peddie st. ; h. 1 1 Westfield lane 
H ALLEY BROTHERS, Ltd., hacklemakers, South Ward road (Telephone 

No. 647). See Adv. p. 26 
Halley, David, wine and spirit merchant, 22 Strathmartine rd. ; h. 22a 
Halley, David, of Halley Brothers, Ltd., Inverlaw, Douglas terrace 
Halley, George, M.A., M.B., CM., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 7 Airlie place 
Halley, George H., of Halley Brothers, Ltd., 5 Panmure terrace 
Halley, James H., of William Halley & Sons, Rolighed, West Ferry 
Halley, William, & Sons, spinners and manufacturers, Wallace Craigie 

Works, 1 Wallace street 
Halley, William W., merchant, 2 Douglas terrace 
Halliburton, William, clerk, 30 Forfar road 
Halliday, Mrs, apartments, 20 Castle street 
Hamilton, Daniel, clerk, 54 Magdalen Yard road 


Hamilton, George G., manager and secretary, Dundee and Arbroath Joint 

Railway ; h. Clarendon, Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 
Hamilton, George S., of James Hamilton & Son, 15 Baxter Park terrace 
Hamilton, James, warehouseman, 61^ Perth road 
Hamilton, James, boot manufacturer, 98 Nethergate (Telephone No. 601); 

h. Gynack, Camphill, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 92) 
Hamilton, Jas.,& Son, manfs. of boots, shoes, &shoe dressings, 11 Erskine st. 
Hamilton, John M. , engine and machine fitter, 7 Roslin terrace 
Hamilton, Joseph, watch and clock cleaner and repairer, 14 Lawrence st. 
HAMILTON, SON, & CO., manufacturers of boiler scale remover, 32^ King 

street. See Adv. p. 53 
Hamilton, William, law clerk, 78 Peddie street 

Hamilton, Rev. Wm.,M. A., Trinity C.U. Ch. ; h. Craigieside, Arbroath rd. 
Hamilton, Wm. S., commercial traveller, 21 Perth road 
Hamilton, Mrs, 4 Wellington street 
Hammer & Thomson, merchants, 12 Victoria chambers 
Hampton, David, harbour porter, 140 Ferry road 
Hampton, Mrs R., draper, 184 Blackness road ; h. 194 
Hampton, Mrs, 3 Airlie terrace 
Hampton, Miss, teacher, 2 Miller's wynd 
Hand-in-Hand Fire and Life Insurance Society (estab. 1696) ; Dundee 

office, 1 Royal Exchange court ; John Thobaven, resident inspector 
Hanlon, John, slippermaker, 2 Bain square 
Hanna, Alexander, blacksmith, 20 Mortimer street 
Hanna, William, coal merchant, 38 Lochee road; h. 150 
Hanna, Mrs William D., milliner and draper, 148 Lochee road ; h. 150 
Hannaford, Samuel, jeweller, 51 Crescent street 
Hannah, Joseph, dairy, 12 Derby street ; h. 19 Clepington street 
Hannigan, Michael T., manager, Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell st. ; 

h. Cambuscathie, Monifieth 
Hansell, Robert, superintendent, Deaf and Dumb Institution, Dudhope- 

bank, 165 Lochee road ; h. Tollbank cottage, 163 Lochee road 
Hansford Land and Cattle Company, Ltd., 3 India buildings; G. A. 

M'Laren & Son, secretaries 
Hanton, George, law clerk, 46 Provost road 
Hanton, George H. , reedmaker, 56 Provost road 
Hanton, James, blacksmith, 64 Kemback street 

Hanton, Wm., brassfounder, 13 Hean's lane ; h. 78 High street, Monifieth 
Hardacre, George, coal merchant, 6 Craigie street 
Harder, Blair, & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 63 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. 241 ; Telegrams, " Harder," Dundee) 
Hardie, Harris, goods guard, 6 Baxter street 
Hardie, James M., of James Hardie & Son, 14 Airlie place 
Hardie, James, & Son, pharmaceutical chemists, 68 and 69 High street 
Hardie, John M., of Hardie & Smith, Grayfield house, 62 Annfield road 
Hardie, Robert A., merchant, 7 Blackness avenue 

Hardie & Smith, linen and jute mfs., Baltic Linen Works, 28 Annfield rd. 
Hardie, William, blacksmith, 5 Bonnybank road 
Hardie, Mrs, 4 Laurelbank 
Hardie, Mrs, 4 Tullideph road 
Hare, Andrew, commercial traveller, 6 Elizabeth street 


Hare, Wm. F., brush manufac, 101 Hilltown (Telephone 01879); h. 138 

Hargreaves, Thomas M., blockmaker, 47 Milnbank road 

Harkins, Alexander D., grocer, 46 Cleghorn street 

Harley, Alexander, postman, 204 Hawkhill 

Harley, Andrew, butcher, 36 Dundonald street 

Harley, David, watchmaker, 37 Wellgate ; h. 61^ Perth road 

HARLEY, G. L., stationer, printer, lithographer, and bookbinder, 102 
Nethergate (Telephone No. 171); workshops, 21 North Tay street; 
k. 60 Magdalen Yard road. See Adv. p. 65 

Harley, Henry, joiner, 86 Annfield road 

Harley, Horace B., 45 Pedclie street 

Harley & Sons, fruiterers, florists, seedsmen, nurserymen, 66 High 
street (Telephone No. 762) ; 124 Brook street and Camperdown 
Nursery, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F.10) 

Harley, Mrs D., 45 Peddie street 

Harper, Agnes, dressmaker, 213 Perth road 

Harper, Alexander, bottler, 87 Peddie street 

Harper, Alexander, detective officer, 194 Scouringburn 

Harper, James, milk salesman, 41 Guthrie street 

Harper, John, assur. superintendent, 23 Panmure st. ; h. 40 Cleghorn st. 

Harper, Peter A., cashier, 12 Nelson street 

Harper, Mrs G., tobacconist and newsagent, 165 H'khill ; h. 62 Ure st. 

Harrington, Mrs Agnes, 8 Peddie street 

Harris, Alexander, sorting clerk, 24 Baldovan terrace 

Harris, Archibald, joiner, 20 Shepherd's loan 

Harris, Edward G. , leatherdresser, Hawthorn cot., 337 Clepington road 

Harris, George, mechanic, 43 Peddie street 

Harris, George A., architect, 61 Reform street (Telephone No. 1178); h. 
Hermonhill, 27 Perth road 

Harris, George K., 1 Gowrie street 

Harris, George M. , woodturner, 22 North street 

Harris, Jas. B., clerk, Insp. of Factories' office, 13 Wardrd. ; h. 29 Park ave. 

Harris, John, solicitor, 23 High street (Telephone No. 1012) ; h. 9 Mary- 
field terrace (Telephone No. 01851) 

Harris, William, of Burns & Harris, Hillcrest, Carlogie road, Carnoustie 

Harris, Mrs, manglekeeper, 9 North Ellen street 

Harris, Miss, 3 Inverary terrace 

Harrison, John, ticketwriter, 4 Church street, Princes street 

Harrison Line Steamers to West Indies, New Orleans, Galveston, Vene- 
zuela, Colombia, Mexico, Central America, and Pacific ports via 
Colon, Bermuda, Natal, Maceio, and Pernambuco ; M. Langlands 
& Sons, agents, 39 Dock street 

Harrison, Thomas, postman, 33 Peddie street 

Harrower, Frank H., spiritdealer's assistant, 2 Ford's lane 

Hart, David, wine and spirit mer. , 158 Hilltown ; h. Beaumont, Downfield 

Hart, John, clerk and storekeeper, East Poorhouse, Eliza street 

Hartley, William, musician, Gaiety Theatre ; h. 2 Bell street 

Harvey, A. M., stampcutter, 5 Parker's court 

Harvey, Charles, carpenter, 51 Yeaman shore 

Harvey, David, engineer, 34 Baldovan terrace 

Harvey, George, district traffic supt. , Cal. Rly. ; h. 48 Magdalen Yard rd. 


Harvey, George, grocer's assistant, 26 Forest Park road 

Harvey, Jane, confectioner, 6 Balmore street ; h. 34 Balclovan terrace 

Harvey, William, journalist, 4 Gowrie street 

Hastie, Peter, caulker, 10 South George street 

Hastie, William, clerk, 44 Seafield road 

Hastie, Mrs, 4 Airlie terrace 

Hastings, George, currier, 30 Dundonald street 

Hatch, 0. B., managing director, Tay Oil and Paint Co., Dundee, Ltd. ; 

h. Bramblebank, Broughty Ferry 
Haughey, Frank, barman, 24 Hunter street 
Hawkins, Henry, confectioner, 189 Victoria road 
Haxton, James, manager, 44 Cleghorn street 
Haxton, John, retired millmanager, 2 Gowrie place 
Haxton, John, railway guard, 101 Hilltown 
Haxton, Thomas, factory overseer, 28 Lorimer street 
Haxton, Thomas, millmanager, Queen VictoriaWorks: /i.203Scouringbnrn 
Haxton, William, of Fleming & Haxton, 185 Clepington road 
Haxton, William, contractor, 58 Rosebank street ; h. 103 
Hay, Alfred, yarndresser, 22 Kincardine street 
Hay, Andrew B., clerk, 2 Gibson terrace, Mains loan 
Hay, Burnett, clubmaster, Western Club, 1 New Inn entry; h. 20 

Whitehall street 
Hay, David, 120 Nethergate 
Hay, David, machine merchant, 44 and 46 Long wynd (Telephone No. 

1332) ; h. 6 St Phillan's place, East Newport 
Hay, George, painter, 44 Union street, Maxwelltown 
Hay, George, seaman, 40 Lilybank road 
Hay, George, pilot, 130 Seagate 
Hay, James, mason, 11 Roslin terrace 
Hay, James, carpetbeamer, 57 North Wellington street 
Hay, James, joiner, 110 Victoria road 

Hay, Jas., manager, Clepington Waste Works ; h. 10 Brown Constable st. 
Hay, John, wine and spirit mer., 80 Mid st., Lochee ; h. 40 Scott street 
Hay, John B., builder and contractor, 14 Euclid cres. ; h. 1 Windsor ter. 
Hay, Joseph D., missioner, Ward Chapel Mission, Brown street 
Hay, Peter, painter, 2 Taylor's lane 
Hay, Robert F., clerk, 20 Whitehall street 
Hay, Thomas, & Sons, joiners, Nine wells 

Hay, William, of Thomas Hay & Sons, Ninewells, Perth road 
Hay, William, jun., of William Hay & Son, 101 Magdalen green 
Hay, William, sen., of William Hay & Son, Falcon lodge, West Ferry 
Hay, William, & Son, restaurateurs and confectioners, 47 Murraygate 
Hay, Mrs David, Sidlawview, Graham street 
Hay, Miss Maggie, dairykeeper, 39 Victoria road 
Hayes, Johu, provision merchant, 32 Hawkhill ; h. 2 Small's wynd 
Hayes, Thomas, dresser, 14 Rosebank street 
Hazel, James, woodturner, 105 Clepington road 

Hazell, Wm. , grocer, wine mer. , 10 Castle street ; h. 4 Reres ter. , B. Ferry 
Head, William, signalman, N.B.R., 18 City road 
Headrick, James, merchant and ropespinner, 60 St Andrew's street ; 

fi, 3 Wellington street 


Headrick, Mrs, 3 Wellington street 

Hean, William D. , representative, Belfast Ropework Co., Ltd., View- 
field, Blackness avenue 

Hean, Mrs William, Tay cottage, 35 Step row 

Heathfield Works, 73 Hawkhill; Thos. Bell & Sons, of D'dee, Ltd., mfrs. 

Hebenton, David, factory overseer, 10 Peddie street 

Heeney, William, shoemaker, 195 Victoria road 

Heggie, Alex., clothier, 43 Commercial street ; h. Rait cottage, W. Ferry 

Heggie, Alexander S., shipplater, 30 Forfar road 

Heggie, David, coalfiller, 12 Annfield street 

Heggie, George, joiner, 32 William street, Forebank 

Heggie, John, grocer and wine merchant, 120 Ann street; h. Rock villa, 
Reres road, Broughty Ferry 

Heggie, Richard, electrician, 3 Ure street 

Heggie, Robert R., stoker, 12 Raglan street 

Heggie, Thomas, fireman, 7 Arklay street 

Heggie, Thomas, mason, 1 City road 

Heilbrunn, Ferdinand, of Samson & Unna, 24 Springfield 

Henderson, Alexander, vanman, 8 North Church street 

Henderson, Alexander, baker's vanman, 27 Rosefield street 

Henderson, Alexander, warehouseman, 14 St Mary's place 

Henderson, Alexander, tenter, 7 Blackness street 

Henderson, Alexander, tenter, 244 Clepington road 

Henderson, Alex. Sinclair, of Alex. Henderson & Sons, 9 Fort street 

Henderson, Alexander, & Sons, jute spinners and manufacturers, South 
Dudhope Works, 50 W. Henderson's wynd and 11 Smellie's lane 

Henderson, Allan, labourer, 24 North street 

Henderson, Andrew, joiner, 11 Park wynd 

Henderson, Andrew, factory overseer, 16 City road 

Henderson, Andrew, hairdresser, 5 Elizabeth street ; h. 27 Lyon street 

Henderson, Archd. H. S., traveller, 10 Forest Park road 

Henderson, Arthur, seaman, 15 William street, Forebank 

Henderson, A. W., 18 Gardner street 

Henderson, Charles, steward, 12 Whitehall crescent 

Henderson & Co., merchants, 10 Victoria chambers 

Henderson & Co., bird and animal stuffei's andskindressers, 7 Barrack st. 

Henderson, C. Frederick, South Dudhope Works ; h. West Park house, 
Perth road 

Henderson, David, tailor, 94 Cowgate 

Henderson, David, overseer, 9 Mortimer street 

Henderson, David, carpet salesman, 111 Hawkhill 

Henderson, David, fireman, 13 Blackness street 

Henderson, David C, overseer, 44 Scott street 

Henderson, David Greig, office messenger, 256 Blackness road 

Henderson, D. C. , manager, No. 2 Bond, 81 Seagate; h. 17 Strawberry bank 

Henderson, D. S., of Henderson & Mackay, Westlea, Wormit 

Henderson, George, clerk, 8 Park avenue 

Henderson, George, collector, 95 Peddie street 

Henderson, George, patternmaker, 59 Provost road 

Henderson, G. D. Clayhills, R.N., Invergowrie house, Perth road 

Henderson, Henry, blacksmith, 58 Mains road 


Henderson, Henry, commission agent, 5 Gowrie place 

Henderson, Henry, shipsteward, 41 Victoria street 

Henderson, Rev. Henry P., Ogilvie U.F. Church ; h. 12 Constitution ter. 

Henderson, H., & Sons, tanners and curriers, leather, tallow, oil, hide, 

and bark merchants, boot, shoe, and mill belt manufs., Ladybank; 

Leather Works, 8 Victoria road (Telephone No. 49 ; Telegrams, 

" Henderson"), and Dudhope and Pleasance Tanyards 
Henderson, James, of H. Henderson & Sons, The Gows, Invergowrie 
Henderson, James, Marguerite cottage, Lintrathen place 
Henderson, James, 19 Strathmartine road 
Henderson, James, of Henderson & Co. (taxidermists), Rosalind cottage, 

16 Cherry held lane 
Henderson, James, overseer, 28 Arbroath road 

Henderson, James, chief parcel clerk, West Station ; h. 23 Step row 
Henderson, James, hairdresser, 196 Seagate ; h. 200 
Henderson, James, carpenter, 74 Commercial street 
Henderson, James, draper's assistant, 157 Albert street 
Henderson, James T., cloth inspector, 61 Lochee road 
Henderson, John, caretaker, Foresters' Halls, Nicoll street 
Henderson, John, designer, 19 Strathmartine road 
Henderson, John, milloverseer, 27 Union place 
Henderson, John, traveller, 48 Bell street 

Henderson, John, of John Henderson & Co. , 1 St Johnswood terrace 
Henderson, John, blacksmith, vanbuilder, and cartwright, 9 Gellatly 

street ; h. 74 Gray street, Broughty Ferry 
Henderson, John, of Henderson & Co. (mers. ), Crescent hse., Windsor st. 
Henderson, John, moulder, 39 Strathmartine road 
Henderson, John, harbour messenger, Harbour chambers, Dock street 
Henderson, John, compositor, 1 Cunningham street 
Henderson, John, waiter, 94 Dens road 
Henderson, John, & Co., merchants, 12 Panmure street 
Henderson, John B., waiter, 51 Hospital wynd 
Henderson, John C. , compositor, 27 Union place 
Henderson, John G. , of John Henderson & Sons, 24 Windsor street 
Henderson, John R., engineer, 11 Dudhope terrace 
Henderson, John, & Sons, jute spinners and manufacturers, Lindsay 

Street Works, North Lindsay street (Telephone No. 2361) 
Henderson, J. H. F., of J. H. F. Henderson & Co., 9 Adelaide place 
Henderson, J. H. F. , & Co. , manufacturers, Don's road 
Henderson, J. Lindsay, of H. Henderson & Sons, 15 Briarwood terrace 
Henderson, J. & W., slate merchants, 1 Commercial street 
Henderson & Mackay, silk mercers, dressmaking specialists, 

ladies' tailors, mantlemakers, milliners, and ladies' and children's 

colonial outfitters, 32 to 34 Whitehall street (Telephone No. 121) 
Henderson, Mary, apartments, 11 Whitehall street 
Henderson, Patrick, gunmaker and taxidermist, 32 Barrack street 
Henderson, Peter, chimneysweeper, 33 Strathmartine road ^ 
Henderson, Peter, ironturner, 72 North Church street 
Henderson, P. , science master, High School ; h. 5 Wortley place 
Henderson, Richard, of John Henderson & Sons, 11 Dudhope terrace 
Henderson, Robert, blacksmith, 21 Nelson street 


Henderson, Robert, labourer, 5 Willison street 
Henderson, Robert, printer, 20 Nelson street 
Henderson, Robert C, clerk, 1 St Johnswood terrace 
Henderson, Robert S., of H. Henderson & Sons, The Gows, Invergowrie 
Henderson, R. & W., coal merchants, 17 Brown Constable street 
Henderson, Samuel, engineer, Esther cottage, 17 Westfield lane 
Henderson, Thomas, yarndresser, 116 Rosebank street 
Henderson, Thomas P. , brassf ounder, 7 Rosebery street 
Henderson, William, sawmiller, 3 Bonnybank road 
Henderson, William, spiritdealer's assistant, 3 Eden street 
Henderson, William, carter, 341 Clepington road 
Henderson, William, stonecutter, 16 Annfield street 
Henderson, William, of R. & W. Henderson, 8 Arbroath road 
Henderson, William, dresser, 52 Hill street 
Henderson, William, mechanic, 132 Hawkhill 
Henderson, William, fruiterer, 55 Princes street ; h. 48 Wellgate 
Henderson, Wm., of Alex. Henderson & Sons, West Park house, Perth rd. 
Henderson, William, factory manager, 172 Clepington road 
Henderson, William, yarndresser, 233 Hilltown 
Henderson, William, stoker, 46 Kemback street 

Henderson, William, stationer, 26 Dundonald street ; h. 1 Wolseley street 
Henderson, William P., commission agent, 5 St Mary's terrace 
Henderson, W. K., inspector of postmen, G.P.O. ; h. 11 Janefield place 
Henderson, Mrs E. M., 1 Minto place 
Henderson, Mrs George, waitress, 6 Park avenue 
Henderson, Mrs James, dairy keeper, 19 Charles street 
Henderson, Mrs Jessie, 46 Seafield road 
Henderson, Mrs John, 2 Paradise road 

Henderson, Mrs R. , baker & confectr., 166 Blackness rd. ; h. 2 Annfield st. 
Henderson, Mrs William, 24 Windsor street 
Henderson, Mrs, apartments, 143 Victoria road 

Henderson, Mrs, wine and spt. mer., 1 Rosefield st. ; h. 193 Blackness rd 
Henderson, Mrs, dressmaker, 116 Arklay street 
Henderson, Miss Jane, 85 Hospital wynd 
Henderson, Miss M., dressmaker, 14 Hospital wynd 
Henderson, Miss, Crescent house, Windsor street 
Henderson, Misses Kate W. and Jane P., 4 Aberlemno terrace 
Henderson, Misses, fruiterers and confectioners, 43 Guthrie st. ; h. 41 
Hendry , And w. , of Andw. Hendry & Sons, The Shrubbery , 67Magdalen grn. 
Hendry, Andrew, & Sons, solicitors and notaries public, 39 Murraygate 
Hendry, Charles, mechanic, 27 Provost road 

Hendry, David, undertaker, 188 Perth road ; h. 1 Westfield place 
Hendry, David, fireman, 2 Cochrane street 
Hendry, David, cabinetmaker, 1 Bonnybank road 
Hendry, David B. , insurance agent, 4 India bldgs ; h. 18 Airlie place 
Hendry, George B., grocer, 184 Lochee road 
Hendry, James, carpenter, 6 North Ellen street 
Hendry, James W., clerk, 7 Baxter Park terrace 
Hendry, John, engineer, 33 Baldovan terrace 
Hendry, John, fireman, 64 Dura street 
Hendry, John M. , of Andrew Hendry & Sons, St Margaret's, Bro. Ferry 


Hendry, John R., grocer and spirit merchant, 158 Scouringburn ; h. 2 

Rosefield street 
Hendry, Peter S., jute selector, 4 Lawrence street 
Hendry, Peter W. , coffeehouse-keeper, 156 Scouringburn; h. 154 
Hendry, Robert, gardener, 12 Forfar road 

Hendry, Stewart B., tailor and clothier, 79 Victoria road ; h. 110 
Hendry, William, millforeman, 2 Rosefield street 
Hendry, William, joiner, 20 Caldrum street 
Hendry, Mrs, confectioner, 14 Watson street 
Hendry, Mrs Charles, apartments, 110 Victoria road 
Hennell, T. B., journalist, Dundee Courier, 18 Airlie place 
Hennessy, James, jun., pawnbroker, 6 and 8 Peter st. and 17 Meadow st.; 

salerooms, 63 Murraygate and 132 Scouringburn ; h. 13 Airlie place 
Hennessy, James, wine & spirit mer., 126 Scouringburn; h. 13 Airlie pi. 
Henry, Alfred L., vintner, 66 King st. ; h. Norman's villa, Pitkerro rd. 
Henry, Andrew, carting contractor, 61 Trades lane ; stables, Dundonald 

street ; h. 25 Dundonald street 
Henry, A. & S., & Co., Ltd., manufacturers and merchts., 49 Meadowside 
Henry, David, mechanic, 1 Leng street 

Henry, David L., Maryfield Laundry, 21 Mains loan ; h. 23 
Henry, John J. H. , merch. tailor, 63 Reform st. ; h. Clunygarth, W. N'port 
Henry, Mrs David, 331 Clepington road 
Hepburn, Alexander M., engineer, 30 Springhill 
Hepburn, David, blacksmith, 2 Urquhart street 
Hepburn, Helen P., 44 Ure street 
Hepworth, J., & Son, Ltd., clothiers, 67 Commercial st. & 1 Murraygate 
Her Majesty's Theatre and Opera House, 7 Seagate ; Robert Arthur 

Theatres Co. , Ltd. ; Sandow Perkins, general manager (Telephone 

No. 10; Telegrams, "Arthurian") 
Herald, David, butcher, 206 Seagate ; h. 25 Nelson street 
Herald, Mrs, 2 Duff street 

Herbert, Mrs Archibald, apartments, 7 South Tay street 
Herd, David, postman, 12 North Ellen street 
Herd, James, milloverseer, 24 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 
Herd, John, draper and clothier, 3Barrackst. ; h. 15 Speed's ter., Tait'sln. 
Herd, Thomas, Inglewood, 1 Inverary terrace 
Herd, William, postman, 10 Blinshall street 
Heron, David, boilermaker, 24 Springhill 
Heron, James, ironturner, 46 Kincardine street 

Heron, Maria, milliner and draper, 86 Princes st. ; h. 27 Albert street 
Heron, Thomas, waiter, 36 Baldovan terrace 
Heron, William, joiner, 4 Langlands street 

Heron, Mrs Helen, dairy produce mer., 130 Princes st. ; h. 27 Albert street 
Herraghty, Edward, grocer, 108 Blackscroft ; h. 6 Baldovan terrace 
Herschel, Richd., stationer, tobacconist, 17 Hilltown; h. 26 Dallfield ter. 
Hewetson, Henry, & Co. (27 Queen Victoria street, London, E.C.), 

merch. and manuf., 55 Cowgate ; Wm. Robertson, representative 
Heyde, J., merchant, 18 Peddie street 
Hibberd, Mrs F. J., Craigielea, Pitkerro road 

Higgins, John C, U.S. consul, 31 Murraygate; h. 1 Seaward pi., B. Ferry 
Higgins, Mrs, confectioner, 2 Tannadice street 


High, David, funeral director, 121 Victoria road ; h. 123 
HIGH, JOHN, dental mechanic, 19 Bain square. See Adv. p. 30 
High, John, furniture dealer, 11 Ann street ; h. 7 

HIGH, JOHN P., funeral director, 105 Victoria rd. ; h. 101. See Adv. p. 52 
High, William, fishsalesman and auctioneer, steamtug and trawler owner, 

Fish dock (Teleph. No. 1192); fish merchant, 9 Wellgate (Teleph. No. 

1190); h. 13 Windsor st. (Teleph. No. 1070; Telegrams, "High") 
High, William, coal merchant, 60 Dudhope street ; h. 54 
High, Mrs John, 2 St Johnswood terrace 
High, Mrs, 123 Victoria road 
Hill, Alexander, weaver, 191 Hilltown 
Hill, Alexander, carter, 22 Dundonald street 

Hill, Alex. L., grocer and wine mer., 46 Blackness rd.; h. 5 Windsor st. 
Hill, Allan S., currier, 8 Nelson street 
Hill, Charles, dockgateman, 7 Graham place 
Hill, Colin, tailor, 14 Forest Park road 
Hill, Daniel, late butler, 30 Lintrathen gardens 
Hill, David, foreman, East station ; h. 51 Crescent street 
Hill, David, mechanic, 16 North Ellen street 
Hill, David, stoker, 46 Peddie street 
Hill, David, moulder, 51 Milnbank road 
Hill, Frank, painter, 172 Hawkhill 
Hill, George, tailor, 11 Morgan street 
Hill, George, joiner, 13 Albert street 
Hill, George, hosier and shirtmaker, 1 Dalhousie terrace 
Hill, George, joiner, 1 Church street, Princes street 
Hill, George, carpetweaver, 185 Clepington road 
Hill, G., late manager, 109 Clepington road 
Hill, Howard, of Ladywell Calender Works Co., 5 Nelson street 
Hill, James, bootmaker, 1 Lyon street ; h. 7 
Hill, James, blacksmith, 21 North street 
Hill, James, coal merchant, 19 Wellington street 
Hill, James, billiard saloon keeper, Panmure Hall, Bain square 
Hill, Jas. T., stationmaster, Magdalen green ; h. 69 N. Wellington street 
Hill & M'Gregor, solicitors, 18 Meadowside 

Hill, M. & C, Ltd., spinners, West Dudhope Mill, Anchor lane 
Hill & Renny, flax merchants, 2 Royal Exchange place (Telephone No. 

2; Telegrams, "Renny") 
Hill, William, houseagent, 42 Blackness road ; h. 9 Aberlemno terrace 
Hill, William, coppersmith, 191 Hilltown 
Hill, William F., of Hill & M'Gregor, Aftonbank, Downfield 
Hill, Mrs David, 26 Windsor street 
Hill, Mrs Thomas, 17 Windsor street 
Hill, Mrs, 74 Ward road 

Hill, Mrs, dress and mantle maker, 143 Nethergate 
Hill, Miss M., dress and mantle maker, 78 Princes street 
Hillbank Linen Works, Hillbank rd. ; Jas. Scott & Sons, manufacturers 
Hillocks, Burton, mason, 8 Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 
Hillocks, George, mason, 17 Step row 

Hillocks, Wyllie, caretaker, Prudential Assurance bldgs., 31 Albert sq. 
Hillside Works, 112 Hilltown ; Thomas L. Miller, manufacturer 



Hilltown Christian Mission, Lome Hall, 15 Hilltowri 
Hilltown Fruit Bazaar, 140 Hilltown 

Hilton, Anderson, & Co., cement manufacturers, Dixon house, 72 Fen- 
church street, London, E.C. ; agents, Johnstons Ltd., 29 Dock st. ; 

stores and yard, Seabraes, C.R. Goods station, and King William Dock 
Hinchliffe, John, A.R.C.O., organist and choirmaster, St Paul's (South) 

Parish Church ; h. 93 Nether gate 
Hindley, Walter H., & Co., Ltd., merchants, spinners, and manufs., 1. 

Royal Exchange pi. ; 62 and 63 Queen st., Loudon, E.C. ; Calcutta, 

Manila, New York ; Boston, U.S.A.; Liverpool, and Manchester ; 

Dundee representative, W. T. Ramsay 
Hinton, George, beamer, 160 Hilltown 

Hinton, Joseph, officer, Catholic Apostolic Church ; h. 25 Bonnybank rd. 
Hird, Alexander P., commission agent, 4 Ryehill lane; h. 35 St Peter st. 
Hird, Henry S., warehouseman, 1 Rustic place 
Hird, Peter, fish merchant, 61 Milnbank road ; h. 59 ; coal merchant, 

24 Taylor's lane 
Hirst, John, laundry keeper, 8 Church street ; h. 26 Victoria street 
Hirst, Samuel C. , teacher of music, 11 South Tay street 
Hitchman, A. J., manager, Roj^al Hotel, Ltd., 54 Nethergate and 15 

Union street, and Metropole Restaurant, 1 and 3 Union street 
Hoare, Marr, & Co., merchants, spinners, and manufacturers, 14 Victoria 

chambers ; and 26 and 27 Budge row, Cannon street, London, E. C. 
Hodge, Alex., stationer, tobac'nist, 33 Constitution rd. ; h. 61 Lochee rd. 
Hodge, Andrew, night foreman, 50 Magdalen Yard road 
Hodge, John, chemist and druggist, 249 Overgate ; h. 48 South Tay street 
Hodge, William H., clerk, 50 Magdalen Yard road 
Hodge, Mrs David, Rugby villa, 1 Duff street 
Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., general shipping, insurance, and forwarding 

agents, 2 Commercial st. (Telephone No. 450; Telegrams, "Lanac") 
Hogan, A. G., tobacconist, 57 Hawkhill ; h. 16 Rosefield street 
Hogan, John, tobacconist, 50 Murraygate ; h. 13 Strawberrybank 
Hogan, Miss S., tobacconist, 72 Hilltown ; h. 13 Strawberrybank 
Hogg, Andrew, tinsmith, 24 North Erskine street 
Hogg, Charles S. , postman, 5 Canning street 
Hogg, James, plumber, 80 Ward road 
Hogg, James, fireman, 4 Gardner's lane 
Hogg, James, plumber, 11 Ure street 
Hogg, James, seaman, 45 Erskine street 
Hogg, William, brassfinisher, 133 Blackness road 
Hogg, William, grocer, 1 Woodville place 
Hogg, William, fireman, 2 Corso street 

Hogg, Wm. G., grocer, 34 Constitution street; h. 210 Strathmartine rd. 
Hogg, W. Edward, of Johnstone & Hogg, 33 Bonny gate, Cupar Fife 
Hogg, Mrs Alfred, grocer and wine mer. , 5 Seagate ; h. 45 Commercial st. 
Hogg, Mrs Thomas, 1 Ellen street 

Hogg, Mrs, stationer, 34 Lilybank road ; h. 76 Watson street 
Holbrook, George, mechanical inspector, National Cash Register Co., 

Ltd. ; h. 9 Pitkerro road 
Holburn, Hugh P., mathematical master, Harris Academy ; h. 10 Aber- 

lemno terrace 

General directory. 291 

Holden, Thomas, painter, 46 Kemback street 

Holder, Very Rev. Jos. Canon, M. R. , St Joseph's R. C. Ch. ; h. 42 Wilkie'a In. 

Hollis, John, company sergeant-major, R. A., 79 Commercial street 

Holmes, Mrs, 4 Beechwood terrace 

Holt, John, moulder, 5 Wallace street 

Holt, Robert M., butcher, 5 North Church street ; h. 65 Dens road 

Home and Colonial Stores, Ltd., The, tea and provision merchants, 7 

Wellgate and 29 Overgate 
Honeyman, Andrew, mechanic, 2 Lawrence street 
Honey man, John F., compositor, 182 Lochee road 
Honeyman, Robert, moulder, 52 Ure street 
Honeyman, Thomas, moulder, 8 Lawrence street 
Honeyman, Mrs John, confectioner, 19 Mains road 
Hood, Alexander, spiritdealer's assistant, 3 Pitfour street 
Hood, C.j lithographer, 21 Union place 
Hood, David, 163 Albert street 

Hood, James, of Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd. , 3 Monifieth road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Hood, James, tailor, 26 Bruce street 

Hood, James, brush manuf., 30 and 32 Barrack st. ; /*. 4 Bellefield ave. 
Hood, James S. , of James S. Hood & Co., One Ash, Camphill road, 

Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 190) 
Hood, James S. , & Co., coal merchants and colliery agents, 18 Yeaman 

shore (Telephone No. 551) ; 186 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. 190) ; and Station road, Carnoustie 
Hood, John, naturalist, 20 Mid street 

Hood, J. B., coml. traveller, Jas. Watson & Co., Ltd.; h. 58 Seafieldrd. 
Hood, J. B., marine engineer, 3 Craig street 
Hood, Robert, ironmoulder, 172 Clepington road 
Hood, Thomas, 37 William street, Forebank 

Hood, William, of Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., Sunnybrae, Hillcrest rd. 
Hood, William, brassfinisher, 12 Wilkie's lane 
Hood, Wm. Ramage, wine merchant, 5 and 7 Hilltown ; h. Torwoodlee, 

11 Clepington road 
Hood, Mrs George S. , Sunnybrae, Hillcrest road 
Hood, Miss Heriot, 34 Baldovan terrace 

Hooper, L. C, Inland Revenue clerk, 31 Bank st. ; h. 89 Magdalen green 
Hope, William C. , ladies' tailor, 89 Magdalen green 
Hopkins, Martin, paper agent and paper bag manufacturer, 5 Long wynd 
Horne, David, agent, Salvation Army Assurance, 169 Albert street 
Home, David C, shipmaster, 2 Blackness crescent 
Horne, David S., assist, supt., Salv. Army Life Assur., 169 Albert st. 
HORNE, JOHN, Bellfield Laundry, 26 Bellfield lane ; h. 121 HawkhilL 

See Adv. p. 69 
Horne, William, tailor, 13 Bellefield avenue 
Horsburgh, Alexander, carpenter, 7 Graham place 
Horsburgh, David, carting contractor, 65 Trades lane (Telephone No. 

1648) ; h. 98 Albert street (Telephone No. 1255) 
Horsburgh, Lock, seaman, 74 Ferry road 

Horswell, W. H. , commercial traveller, 84 Commercial street ; h. 

Exmouth, 39 Clepington road 


Hoskins, George, plasterer, 32 Main street 

Hoskins, Maurice, ironturner, 22 North street 

Hossack, Mrs Alexander, Ashbank cottage, Forfar road 

Hossick, A. 8., accountant, 4 Chalmers street 

Hossick, Harry, electrician, 174 Seagate 

Hossick, Henry, confectioner, 14 East Dock street ; h. 174 Seagate 

Household Furnishing Company, 11 and 15 Cowgate 

Houston, A. , chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 298 Hawkhill 

Houston, James, wine and spirit merchant, 11 Victoria street 

Houston Line of Steamers to South Africa and River Plate ports ; 

agents, Anchor Line (Henderson Bros.) Ltd., 25 Albert square 
Houston, Robert, chimneysweeper and soot merchant, 106 Hawkhill 
Hovell, David J., smallware and trimming merchant, 8 Princes street; 

h. 155 Albert street 
Hovell, Isaac, brassfinisher, 40 Constitution street 
Hovell, James, manager, Heathfield Works ; h. 73 Annfield road 
Hovell, William, waiter, 14^ Paton's lane 

How, D. P., & Son, builders & joiners, 11 Caldrum st. (Telephone No. 477) 
How, George M., butcher, 261 Hawkhill ; h. 5 Blinshall street 
How, George R., mason, 35 Guthrie street 
How, James J., of D. P. How & Son, 295 Clepington road 
How, John Matthew, overseer, 3 Seagate 

How, Maggie, tobacconist, 114 Scouringburn; h. 35 Guthrie street 
How, R. M., warehouseman, 6 Balgay avenue 
How, Mrs D. P., Park road, Fairmuir 
Howard, Mrs Elizabeth, 58 Seafield road 

Howden, Walter C. (Whytock & Sons, 46 High st.), Elmbank, Wormit 
Howe, Charles, clerk, 2 Bellefield avenue 

Howe, George, & Brother, merchants and manufacturers, 2 India buildings 
Howe, James, church-officer, St Peter's U.F. Church ; h. 4 St Peter st. 
Howe, John, jun., of John Howe & Son, 319 Clepington road 
Howe, John, & Son, bobbinmakers, Fairmuir Turning Works, Fairmuir 

(Telephone No. 1139) 
Howe, William, clerk, 7 Buchan street 
Howe, Mrs David, 15 Union place 
Howie, David, sailmaker, 43 Annfield road 

Howie, George, diningroom-keeper, 250 Hawkhill ; h. 6 Tait's lane 

Howie, George W., watchmaker and jeweller, 4 Albert street 

Howie, James, foreman mechanic, 27 Ben vie road 

Howie, James, brassfinisher, 31 Park wynd 

Howie, James, spirit merchant, 2 Bell street ; h. 45 Erskine street 

Howie, James N., baker, 3 Sibbald street 

Howie, James N., clerk, 1 Sandeman street 

Howie, Janet, confectioner and newsagent, 17 North Tay street 

Howie, John, 20 St Mary's place 

Howie, Mrs, 43 Constitution road 

Hoy, William Thomson, teacher, Rosslyn house, 271 Clepington road 

Hoy, Mrs Ann, Nicoll street 

Hoy, Mrs Robert, confectioner, 343 Loons road 

Hudson, W. Harry, H.M. Customs; h. 20a Magdalen Yard road 

Hudson, Mrs Thomas, 18 Thomson street 


Huggins, Robert, baker, 6 Annfielcl row 

Huggins, William, consulting engineer, 20 Forest Park road 

Huggins, Miss E., 10 Perth road 

Hughes & Garvie, athletic and sports outfitters, 79 Nethergate 

Hughes, James, clerk, 10 Kinloch street 

Hughes, John, calenderworker, 11 Kinloch street 

Hughes, John Mackie, fruiterer, 9 Watson street 

Hughes, Lizzie, confectioner, 6 Daniel street 

Hughes, Matthew, painter, 2 Small's lane 

Hume, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 8 Step row ; h. 6 

Hume, Alexander, gardener, 29 Stirling street 

Hume, Alexander, mason, 118 Ann street 

Hume, David, painter, 178 Lochee road 

Hume, David, mason, 14 King's road 

Hume, Miss, dressmaker, 13 Pitfour street 

Humphreys, F. W. , organist, t'cher of music, Maryfield cot. , 24 Forfar rd. 

Hunt, Francis, postman, 25 Elizabeth street 

Hunt, Hugh, hairdresser, 176 Scouringburn ; h. 5 Milnbank road 

Hunter, Adam, secretary, Scottish American Trust Companies, Ltd., 
and Northern American Trust Co., Ltd., 13 Albert sq. (Teleph. No. 
597) ; h. Ravenswood, Seafield rd.,Bro. Ferry (Teleph. No. B.F. 102) 

Hunter, Alexander, cellarman, 80 Hawkhill 

Hunter, Ai'chibald T., stationmaster, East Station ; h. 32 Seagate 

Hunter, Charles, 5 Beechwoocl terrace 

Hunter, David, lapper, 13 North Church street 

Hunter, David K. , 17 Albany terrace 

Hunter, Doig, & Palmer, brassfounders and brassfinishers, mill, factory, 
and engineers' furnishers, Ward Road Brass Works, Rattray street 

Hunter, Edith, teacher of piano, 32 Seagate 

Hunter, George, musician, 1 St Peter street 

Hunter, George, postman, 13 Dura street 

Hunter, George, joiner and builder, 344 Loons rd. ; h. 30 Clepington rd. 

Hunter, James, grocer, 37 Lawrence street ; h. 182 Lochee road 

Hunter, James, bootmaker, 208 Lochee road 

Hunter, James, mechanic, 16 Malcolm street 

Hunter, James, blacksmith, 82 Cowgate ; h. 187 Victoria road 

Hunter, James, tenter, 4 Glebe street 

Hunter, James, jr., solicitor, 69 Reform st. ; h. Willowbank, Carnoustie 

Hunter, James W., of Hunter, Doig, & Palmer, Mountpleasant, Black- 
ness avenue 

Hunter, Jessie C, teacher of violin, 32 Seagate 

Hunter, John, pastrybaker and confectioner, 1 1 Hilltown 

Hunter, John, clerk, Hospital street, Coldside 

Hunter, John, mechanic, 44 Polepark road 

Hunter, John C. , butcher, 16 Malcolm street 

Hunter, J. & J., solicitors and notaries public, 69 Reform street 

Hunter, Patrick, clerk, 6 Park terrace 

Hunter, Peter, garment dyer, 23 Hill street 

Hunter, Peter, lathsplitter, 60 Hill street 

Hunter, Rennald F., solicitor, 69 Reform st. ; h. Carselea, Invergowrie 

Hunter, Robt,, architect, 11 Barrack st. ; h. 3 Wellpark ter., W„ Newport 


Hunter, Robert, tenter, 206 Blackness road 

Hunter, Thomas, joiner, 4 Watson street 

Hunter, Thomas, enginedriver, 12 Bosefield street 

Hunter, William, watchmaker and bicycle builder, 118 Perth road ; h. 

3 Magdalen Yard road 
Hunter, William, van salesman, 5 Mortimer street 
Hunter, William, baker, 219 Blackness road 

Hunter, William (of Hilton, Cupar Fife), Beachtower, West Ferry 
HUNTER, WILLIAM, & CO., dress and mantle warehousemen, hosiers and 

glovers, furnishing merchants, blouse and skirt manufacturers, 

and general drapers, 11 to 19 Wellgate ; wholesale warehousemen,. 

10 Bain square (Telephone No. 245). See Adv. p. 15 
Hunter, William S., draper, 169 Albert street 
Hunter, Mrs Jessie, apartments, 12 Bank street 
Hunter, Mrs W. D., apartments, 74 Commercial street 
Hunter, Mrs, 13 Union place 

Husband, Annie, tobacconist & conftr., 95 Perth rd. ; h. 14 Bellfield lane 
Husband, Alexander, foreman blacksmith, 8 Forfar road 
Husband, Andrew (draper, Lochee), 186 Lochee road 
Husband, Andrew, vanman, 58 Caldrum street 
Husband, David, fireman, 49 Annfield road 

Husband, James, of P. F. & J. Husband, Lyndhurst, East Newport 
Husband, P. F., of P. F. & J. Husband, Rockfield street 
Husband, P. F. & J., solicitors, 27 Bank street 
Husband, William, coal merchant, 12 Bellfield lane ; h. 14 
Husband, William, 25 Crescent street 

Husband, Misses A. & C, dress and mantle makers, 67 Murray gate 
Hutchen, William, tailor and clothier, 6 High street 
Hutcheon, Alexander, police sergeant, 144 Princes street 
Hutcheon, Mary, dressmaker, 17 North Wellington street 
Hutcheon, Mrs H., 25 North Lindsay street 
Hutcheon, Mrs M. , 3 Baxter Park terrace 
Hutcheon, Miss M., ladies' nurse, 25 North Lindsay street 
Hutcheson, Charles, tenter, 24 Bank street 
Hutcheson, David, warehouseman, 6 North Church street 
Hutcheson , D vd . L. , grocer & wine mer. , 92 Princes st. ; A. Craig rd. , Tay port 
Hutcheson, Donald C., of Storrie & Storrie, Netherlea, Errol 
Hutcheson, George, collector, 331 Clepington road 
Hutcheson, John, mechanic, 14 Ogilvie's road 
Hutcheson, John, powerloom manager, 9 Baxter Park terrace 
Hutcheson, Thomas, fruiterer, 28 Hilltown ; h. 14 Rose street 
Hutchison, Adam, factory overseer, 1 West wynd 
Hutchison, Adam, jun., clerk, 254 Blackness road 
Hutchison, Alexander, foreman joiner, 24 Springhill 
Hutchison, David, enginedriver, 245 Clepington road 
Hutchison, David, slater, 50 North Lindsay street ; h, 2 Forester street 
Hutchison, Geo., teacher of music, and organist, Beehive house, 18 Westport 
Hutchison, Geo., agent, City of Glasgow Friendly Society, 17 Forest. 

Park road 
Hutchison, John, electrician, 10 Ireland's lane 
Hutchison, John, 5 Robertson street 


Hutchison, Robert, machinist, 9 Middle street 

Hutchison, Robert, ironturner, 11 Craigie street 

Hutchison, Robert, fruiterer, 28 Princes street ; h. 32 

Hutchison, Thomas, late wine merchant, Rose villa, 45 Mains loan 

Hutchison, William, foreman, 45 Cotton road 

Hutchison, Mrs Charlotte, 26 Thomson street 

Hutchison, Mrs Douglas, broker, 174 Hilltown 

Hutchison, Mrs James, dressmaker, 186 Blackness road 

Hutchison, Mrs John, 10 Airlie terrace 

Hutchison, Mrs Margaret, 20 Union street 

Hutton, Andrew, foreman mechanic, 14 Annfield street 

Hutton, Alexander, clerk, 28 Raglan street 

Hutton, Alexander, The Sycamores, 1 Albany terrace 

Hutton, Alexander, plumber, 1 Blackheath place 

Hutton, Baxter C, spirit merchant, 45 Hilltown; h. 64 

Hutton, David, timekeeper, 186 Ferry road 

Hutton, George Taylor, confectioner, 179a Hilltown 

Hutton, Hugh, coffeehouse-keeper, 3 Milnbank road ; h, 2 Lawrence 

Hutton, James, plumber, 11 Annfield row 
Hutton, James, brassfinisher, 27 Lyon street 
Hutton, James, joiner, 364 Loons road 
Hutton, James W, clerk, 174 Lochee road 

Hutton, John, tobacconist, 30 King street ; h. Glenfarg villa, B, Ferry 
Hutton, John, engineer, 194 Strathmartine road 
Hutton, John, brassfinisher, 23 Rosefield street 
Hutton, Peter, mechanic, 192 Lochee road 
Hutton, Peter, fireman, 185 Princes street 
Hutton, Robert, cloth lapper, 30 Union place 
Hutton, Robert, seaman, 27 Charles street 
Hutton, R. & J., dairykeepers, 29 Lilybank road ; h. Baldragon farm, 

Hutton & Tough, architects and surveyors, 61 Reform street 
Hutton, William, sailmaker, 8 St Matthew street 
Hutton, William, baker, 17 Morgan street. 
Hutton, William, coachpainter, 44 Ure street 
Hutton, William, second-hand sack dealer, Roodyards, East Dockst.; 

office and stores, 44 Candle lane ; h. Whinbrae, Broughty Ferry 
Hutton, Mrs, 12 Forfar road 

Hutton, Miss H. J., newsagent, 40 Hawkhill; h. 110 Victoria road 
Hutton, Miss Mary, matron, H.M. Prison, West Bell street 
Hutton, Miss M., dining-rooms, 181 Perth road ; h. 185 
Hyder, Thomas, stevedore, 11 South Union street 
Hynd, Andrew, moulder, 53 North Church street 
Hynd, David, brassfounder and plumber, 10 Forebank road ; h. 14 
Hynd, Robert, ship's officer, 23 Baxter Park terrace 
Hynd, William, butcher, 153 Blackness road ; h, 242 Clepington road 
Hynd, William, of W. & S. Strong, 351 Clepington road 
Hynd, Mrs, 20 Argyle street 

Hyslop, Jas. B. , of Meth ven, Hyslop, & Co. , Woodstock,Cupar rd. ,N'wport 
Hyslop, John, cabinetmaker, 142 Lochee road 



Imlay, George, carter, 118 Ann street 

Imper, A., teacher, High School ; h. Casalmar, Maule street, Carnoustie 

Imrie, Adam, mechanic, 72 Arklay street 

Imrie, Robert, mechanic, 9 Hunter street 

Imrie, Robert D., grocer, 148 Ferry road ; h. 24 Springhill 

Inch, John, merchant, 4 Royal Exchange place (Telephone No. 7 ; 
Telegrams, " Emerald ") ; h. Victoria villa, West Newport 

Inches, John M., manager, Dundee Boiler Covering Co. ; h. 35 Victoria st. 

Inches, Peter, police sergeant, Northern Police office, Union st., Max. 

Inglis, Albert, boilermaker, 29 Rosefield street 

Inglis, David, photographer, Bellfield street ; h. 87 Peddie street 

Tug! is, David, mechanic, 11 Rosefield street 

Inglis, Harry, Portland cement, farina, bleaching powder and general 
chemical agent, 10 Panmure street 

Inglis, Henry, clerk, Manhattan Works ; h. 5 Rustic place 

Inglis, James, joiner, 22 Dundonald street 

Inglis, James, heraldic painter, 153Lochee road 

Inglis, Jeffrey, of J. T. Inglis & Sons, 10 Panmure street 

Inglis, John P., compositor, Viewpark cottages, Gardner's lane 

Inglis, J. T., & Sons, sack and cover makers, 16 Ward road 

Inglis, Johnston, shipmaster, 49 Castle street 

Inglis, Peter, labourer, 27 South George street 

Inglis, Thomas, manager, West Ward Works ; h. 19 Milnbank road 

Inglis, William, 72 Arklay street 

Inglis, William, moulder, 2 Corso street 

Ingoldsby, Patrick, seedsman, 318 Hawkhill 

Ingram, Alexander, foreman, Tay Oilcake Works, Stannergate 

Ingram, A. & W., tile and mosaic workers, 15 Meadow street ; h. 26 
North George street 

Ingram Brothers, provision dealers, 122 Hilltown and 24 Strathmartine 
road ; h. 26 North George street 

Ingram, Charles, baker, 26 North George street 

Ingram, John, bootmaker, 135 Lochee road 

Inland Revenue Office, 31 Bank street ; J. M. Ferguson, collector 

Innes, A. C. S. (M. Langlands & Sons), 39 Dock street 

Innes, George, baker, 13 Annfield street ; h. 19 

Innes, James, carting foreman, 151 Albert street 

Innes, Robert, night watchman, 43 Milnbank road 

INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, manufacturers of bedding, baskets, 
brushes, mats and matting, firewood, firelighters, &c, feather puri- 
fiers, 59 Magdalen green ; sale shop, 30 High street. See Adv. p. 34 

Insurance Co. of Scot. , 23 Panmure st. ; Band & Whyte, district agents 

Inverarity, David, fireman, Central Fire Station ; h. West Bell street 

Inverarity, Elizabeth B., 14 Victoria chambers 

Ireland, Alexander, lapper, 7 William street, Forebank 

Ireland, Andrew, brassfinisher, 273a Hawkhill 

Ireland, David, cabinetmaker, 55 South Tay street ; h. 5 Paradise road 

Ireland, David F., of John Ireland & Sons, Leebank, West Ferry 

Ireland, George, carter, 63 Victoria street 

Ireland, George, "mason, 71 Ann street 

Ireland, H. B., of H, B. Ireland & Co., Norwood, East Newport 


Ireland, H. B., &Co., jute and flax merchants, 3 Royal Exchange place 
Ireland, Jas.,agent,B.L. Co. Bank, 39 Westport; h. 3 Home ter., W.Ferry 
Ireland, James, of James Ireland & Co., 38 Thomson street 
Ireland, James, & Co., jute merchants, 4 India buildings 
Ireland, Jessie L., 1 Hawkhill place 
Ireland, John, blacksmith, 48 Princes street 

Ireland, John, & Co., flax, hemp, and jute merchants, 4 India buildings 
IRELAND, JOHN, & SONS, manufacturers of powerloom shuttles and 

pickers, mill, factory, and engineers' furnishers, 11 Ireland's lane 

(Telephone No. 1259) ; h. Leebank, West Ferry. See Adv. p. 83 
Ireland, Robert L., of R. L. Ireland & Co., Craiglea, Wormit 
IRELAND, R. L., & CO., coal merchants, 134a Nethergate (Telephone 

No. 32 ; Telegrams " Carbon"). See Adv. p. 50 
Ireland, Thomas, fireman, 6 Kinloch street 
Ireland, Walter, of John Ireland & Co. , The Firs, Wormit 
Ireland, William, enginedriver, 25 Union place 
Ireland, Wm. D., of John Ireland & Sons, Leebank, West Ferry 
Ireland, William R. , of W. R. Ireland & Co. , Seafield, Ferry rd. , Monifieth 
Ireland, W. R., & Co., merchants, 15 Castle street (Telephone No. 1188) 
Ireland, Mrs John, newsagent, 7 Hill street 

Ireland, Mrs, register for servants & furnished apartm'ts, 4 Perth rd. ; h. 6 
Ireland, Mrs, dressmaker, 25 Morgan street 
Irons, George, fish merchant, 11 Tannadice street ; h. 13 
Irons, James, hairdresser, 5 Victoria street; h. Ill Arbroath road 
Irons, John S. , 28 Lorimer street 

Irons, J. H. , hairdresser, 5 Hawkhill and 2 Stratum' tine road ; h. 32Westport 
Irons, Peter, cabinetmaker, 22 Baldovan terrace 
Irons, Peter, mason, 1 Malcolm street 
Irons, Mrs Robert, 1 Westfield avenue 
Ironside, James, blacksmith, 16 Lawrence street 
Irvine, Andrew, cellarman, 9 Hunter street 
Irvine, Duncan R., warehouseman, 82 Peddie street 
Irvine, James, tenter, 45 Dens road 
Irvine, Joseph, grocer, 235 Lochee road ; //. 233 
Irvine, Thomas, photographer, 176 Lochee road 

Irvine, Wm. B., B.A., rector, Morgan Acad.; h. May bank, 57 Mains loan 
Irving, David A., of Dixon & Irving, Burrelton, Coupar Angus 
Irving, John, railway servant, 25 Union place 
Irving, W. G., of W. G. Irving & Co., 5 Springfield 
Irving, W. G., & Co., flax, hemp, and jute merchants, 28 Cowgate 

(Telephone No. 218; Telegrams, "Iodine") 
Isaac, David, turner, 6 Tulloch crescent 
Isaac, Robert, sen., mechanic, 25 Langlands street 
Isaac, Thomas B., traveller, 9 Pitkerro road 

Islamount Sailing Ship Co. , Ltd. , 39 Dock st. ; Robt. Ferguson & Co. , mngrs. 
Isles, David, joiner, 1 Wolseley street 
Isles, D. Rattray, accountant, 30 Meadowside (Telephone No. 1350) ; 

h. 12 Balgay avenue 
Isles, Geo., potato merchant, 12 South Union street ; h. Blackness farm 
Isles, H. T., merchant and manufacturer, 84 Commercial street; and 4 

York street, Manchester ; A, Benisja, Auchterhouse 


Isles, James, goods porter, 31 Rose street 

Isles, James, clerk, 3 Cardean street 

Isles, Misses, 3 Blackness avenue 

I vers, Francis, hairdresser, 153 Hilltown ; h. 1 Alexander street 

Jack, Charles, assurance agent, 121 Hawkhill 

Jack, David, woodturner, 35 Hawkhill 

Jack, David, fireman, 147 Albert street 

Jack, David R., salesman, 50 Magdalen Yard road 

Jack, Donald M'Gregor, hairdresser, 5 Bonnybank road 

Jack, George, postman, 27 Provost road 

Jack, James, collector, 105 Hawkhill 

Jack, James, clerk, 5 Ellen street 

Jack, James, ironturner, 15 Blackness street 

Jack, James W., mechanic, 84 Ferry road 

Jack, John, of Nicoll & Jack, 62 Commercial street 

Jack, John, jun., engineer, 11 Charles street 

Jack, Joseph, seaman, 50 Dallfield walk 

Jack, Joseph, baker, 22 Miller's wynd 

Jack, Margaret, 6 Cleghorn street 

Jack, Peter, tobaccospinner, 56 Blackscroft 

Jack, Robert L. R., boot salesman, 43 Benvie road 

Jack, William, lorry man, 22 Raglan street 

Jack, William, butcher, 100 Ann street ; h. 16 N. Church st., Lochee 

Jack, William Y., tramway conductor, 21 Pitfour street 

Jack, Mrs Ann, apartments, 8a King street 

Jack, Mrs Robert, 17 Lyon street 

Jack, Miss Jeannie, stationer and tobacconist, 45 Scouringburn 

Jack, Miss, 3 Windsor street 

Jackson, Alexander, assurance agent, 86 Hill street 

Jackson, Charles, plumber, 1 Meadow entry 

Jackson, Charles, jun., frenchpolisher, 39 Dundonald street 

Jackson, Charles, frenchpolisher, 9 Hunter street 

Jackson, George, slater, 66 Cowgate 

Jackson, James, ironturner, 55 Alexander street 

Jackson, James, warehouseman, 49 North Wellington street 

Jackson, James, brassfounder and finisher, 13 Westfield lane 

Jackson, P. T., cycle agent, 31 and 33 Victoria road (Telephone 
No. 01958) ; h. Dalmeny villa, Fairmuir 

Jackson, Walter, moulder, 12 Wolseley street 

Jackson, William B. , upholsterer, 2 Rosefielcl street 

Jackson, William R. , mason, 23 Baxter street 

Jackson, William S., jun., manager, Camperdown Shipyard; h. Maybank 
villa, Madeira street 

Jackson, William Smyth, telegraphist, 4 Bellefield avenue 

Jackson, W. Craig, grocer and wine mer. , 208 Hawkhill ; h. 312 Perth rd. 

Jackson, W. Finlay, agent for Rowntree & Co., Ltd. (York), 10 White- 
hall street ; h. St Helens, Glasgow road, Perth 

Jackson, Mrs, Lyla cottage, 22 Lintrathen gardens 

Jackson, Mrs, tobacconist and confectioner, 34 Scouringburn 

Jacksons, Limited, wholesale hat and cap manufrs., 16 Reform street 


Jaeger Agency ; A . Miller, prop'tr, 37 Reform st. ; h. Springgrove, D'wnfield 
Jaffe Brothers & Co., linen and jute merchants, 134 Seagate (Telephone 

Nos.— Office, 571 ; Warehouse, 522) 
Jamaica Works, Jamaica street ; The Boase Spinning Company, Ltd. 
James' Park Factory, 98 Albert street ; Donald Bros., manufacturers 
James, Robert J., tobacconist, stationer and printer, 130 Hawkhill ; h, 

3 Mountpleasant 
Jamie, David, coaldealer, 4 Bain square 
Jamie, Thomas, clerk, 7 Pitfour street 

Jamieson, Chas., account., RoyalBank,Westport ; h. 3Norma ter., B.Ferry 
Jamieson, David, bookbinder, 8 Nicoll street 
Jamieson, George, of M'Culloch & Jamieson, 19 Blackness avenue 
Jamieson, James, blacksmith, 30 Springhill 

Jamieson, John, fruiterer, 177 Princes street ; h. 2 Graham place 
Jamieson, John, & Co., clothiers, 2 High street 
Jamieson, N. R., 156 Strathmartine road 
Jamieson, Peter, clerk, 58 Peddie street 

Jamieson, Peter, contractor, 48 Wellgate ; h. 8 Morrison's court 
Jamieson, William, ironplaner, 9 Derby street 
Jannetta, Antonio, confectioner, 71 Strathmartine road 
Japp, Alexander, tenter, 110 Victoria road 
Japp, William, policeman, 2 Kinnaird street 
Japp, Mrs Henry, Sidlaw villa, 17 Clepington road 
Jardine, Catherine, machinist, 4 Lowden's alley 
Jarvis, James, enginedriver, 25 Union place 
Jarvis, James M., shipping clerk, 13 Bellefield avenue 
Jeffrey, David, supt.'s assist., Cemeteries office ; h. 6 Nelson street 
Jeffrey, James, joiner, 3 Melrose terrace 
Jeffrey, Mrs, 23 Castle street 
Jeffrey, Mrs, ironer, 41 Caldrum street 

Jenkins, Rev. John, M.A., St Peter's U.F. Church ; h. 11 Airlie place 
Jenkins, Thos., foundry manager, Ward Foundry ; h. 11 Blackness ave. 
Jerichau, J., merchant, 79 Commercial street; h. 7 Aberlemno terrace 
Jessiman, Mrs M., apartments, 129 Hawkhill 
Jessiman, Miss, 1 Beechwood terrace 
Jessiman, Miss, apartments, 68 St Andrew's street 
Jobson, David A., iron and metal merchant, 20 Temple lane ; h. Ward 

house, Guthrie street 
Johnson, I. C, & Co., Ltd., Portland cement manufacturers (London 

and Gateshead) ; agent, Hy. Inglis, 10 Panmure street 
Johnson, Robert, hacklemaker, 18 Polepark road 
Johnson, William, weighing machine fitter, 9 Airlie terrace 
Johnson, Rev. William, Ward Road Wesleyan Church ; h. 7 Albany ter. 
Johnston & Adams, wholesale druggists and drysalters, 20 Murraygate 

(Telephone No. 01964) 
Johnston, Agnes, 4 Argyle place, Thomson street 
Johnston, Alexander, joiner, 19 Scott street 
Johnston, Alexander, mechanic, 138 Ferry road 
JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER, joiner, funeral undertaker, and cabinetmaker, 

122 Lochee road ; h. 1 Seafield road. See Adv. p. 88 
Johnston, Alexander, of Johnston & Baxter, Viewbank, Barnhill 


Johnston, Andrew, blacksmith, 21 Union place 

Johnston, Andrew, mason, 24 Baxter street 

Johnston, Andrew, watchmaker, 48 Ann street ; h. 307 Hilltown 

Johnston & Baxter, architects, 49 Meadowside 

Johnston & Co., pianoforte, organ, and music saloons, 130 Nethergate 

Johnston, David, clerk, 44 Peddie street 

Johnston, David, traveller, 19 Park avenue 

Johnston, David, manager, Star Boot Co., Ltd., 2 Gilburn rd., Downfield 

Johnston, David (Reid, Johnston, & Co. ), solicitor and notary public, 

34 Reform street ; h. Redcroft, Blackness road 
Johnston, David, blacksmith, Ninewells 
Johnston, David, clerk, 37 Gellatly street 

Johnston, David, gardener, Girls' Industrial School. Blackness road 
Johnston, David M., agricultural auctioneer, 14 St Clement's lane 
Johnston, George A., grocer and teadealer, 19 Stirling street, 61 Com- 
mercial st. (Max.), 66 Hilltown, 28 Park ave., and 152 Strathmartine 

road ; and 122 Logie st. , Lochee ; h. Bella vista, 6 Adelaide terrace 
Johnston, James, 23 Magdalen Yard road 
Johnston, James, broker, 206 Hilltown ; h. 307 
Johnston, James, mason, 14 Kinloch street 
Johnston, James, joiner, 339 Loons road 
Johnston, James, & Son, waste mers., 15 James st. (Telephone No. 3y3) ; 

china merchants, 33 Ann st. ; h. Ivanhoe, Balgray rd , Downfield 
Johnston, John, house proprietor, 16 Small's lane 

Johnston, John, adv. mgr., Courier office; h. Salisbury house, 155 Perth rd. 
Johnston, John, gardener, 6 Logiebank, Rankine street 
Johnston, John, draper and milliner, 47 Main street and 284 Hilltown ; 

h. 307 Hilltown 
Johnston, John, grocer and wine merchant, 119 Hilltown and 172 

Scouringburn ; h. 119J Hilltown 
Johnston, John C, milloverseer, 12 North Ellen street 
Johnston, Joseph, & Sons, fishmongers, 13 Union street (Telephone No. 

103; Telegrams, "Johnstons") 
Johnston, Patrick, yarnbundler, 19 Kinloch street 
Johnston, Pat. L., linen merchant and manufacturer, 11 King street; 

h. Tempi ehall house, Longf organ 
Johnston, Peter R., of Stevenson & Johnston, 7 Briarwood terrace 
Johnston, Robert, M.B., CM., Tayside, 162 Nethergate 
Johnston, Robert, compositor, 138 Lochee road 
Johnston, Robert, joiner, 25 West street 
Johnston, Robert S., clerk, Gas Works ; h. 63 Dens road 
Johnston, Thomas, clerk, 1 North Wellington street 
Johnston, William, 19 Morgan street 

Johnston, William, clerk, Tay Ferries ; h. 1 Lytton street 
Johnston, William, furniture dealer, 206 Hilltown ; h. 307 
JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, pastrycook and confectioner, 31 Union st. and 5 

Murraygate (Teleph. No. 37x4) ; h. 37 Union st. See Adv. p. 86 
Johnston, William, & Co., Ltd., steamers to Danube, Black Sea, &c, 

and Baltimore ; M. Langlands & Sons, agents, 39 Dock street 
Johnston, William M., patternmaker, 38 Kemback street 
Johnston, William R., clerk, 16 Lynnewood place 


Johnston, Mrs James, Bright cottage, Forfar road 

Johnston, Mrs, 3 Step row 

Johnston, Mrs, 14 Paton's lane 

Johnston, Miss Elizabeth, dairykeeper, 86 Blackscroft ; h. 8 Parker st. 

Johnston, Miss, dressmaker, 6 Logiebank, Rankine street 

Johnston, Misses, dressmakers, 12 Whitehall crescent 

Johnstone, Aw. , cabinetmkr. , upholsterer, 308a Perth rd. ; h. 99 Peddie st. 

Johnstone, George, insurance agent, 62 Walton street 

Johnstone, G. H., watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 67 High street ; 

h. Cottage place, Broughty Ferry 
Johnstone & Hogg, clothiers and costumiers, 20 Whitehall crescent 

(Telephone No. 01823) 
Johnstone, James, bootmaker, 47 North Church st,; h. 12 Melrose ter. 
Johnstone, John, coaldealer, 22 Dudhope street 
Johnstone, John, mechanic, 39 Strathmartine road 

Johnstone, John C, music teacher, and organist, St. Matthew's Parish 
Church; bandmaster, IstF. V. A. andTayport V. A. ; h. 165 Victoria rd. 
Johnstone, John C. , of Johnstone & Hogg, 1 1 Baxter Park terrace 
Johnstone, J. J., of Johnstone, Simpson, & Thomson, Craighead, Newport 

Johnstone, R. A., overseer, 249 Hawkhill 

Johnstone, Simpson, & Thomson, solicitors and notaries, 87 Commercial st. 

Johnstone, Rev. Thomas, Panmure St. Congl. Church ; h. 10 Airlie pi. 

Johnstone, Mrs John, 11 Mortimer street 

Johnstone, Mrs J. B., 3 South Tay street 

Johnstone, Mrs J. C, music teacher, 165 Victoria road 

JOHNSTONS, LIMITED, slate, cement, lime, plaster, whiting, and general 
builders' and contractors' merchants, agents for Craiglea Slate 
Quarries, 29 Dock street ; stores and yard, Seabraes, Caledonian 
Railway goods station, and King William dock ; head office, 74 York 
st., Glasgow; Edinburgh office, 13 Frederick st. See Adv. p. 140 

Joiner, George, milk salesman, 39 Strathmartine road 

Joiner, James, dairyman, 197 Strathmartine road 

Joiner, William, dairyman, Hazelhall, Blackness road 

Jolly, Alexander, blacksmith, 67 Ure street 

Jolly, Alexander, clerk, 8 Gardner street 

Jolly, James, Cowgate porter, 105 Albert street 

Jolly, John, engineer, 136 Ferry road 

Jolly, John H., clerk, B. L. Co. Bank; h. 3 Dalhousie terrace 

Jolly, William, postman, 35 Dundonald street 

Jolly, Mrs, confectioner, 34 Hillbank road 

Jones, Rev. Cecil Joseph, M.A., Oxon., S. Paul's Episcopal Church; 
h. 13 Wellington street 

Jones, Charles K. , leatherdresser, 39 Baldovan terrace 

Jones & Co., carpet, rug, mat, and matting manufacturers, 10 Dock 
street (Telephone No. 661 ; Telegrams, "Hemps") 

Jones, Edward, bootmaker and commission agent, 75 South Tay street 

Jones, Ernest D., pianotuner, 11 Murraygate 

Jones, Isaac, Refuge Insur. supt., 11 Murraygate; h. 9 Lintrathen gdns. 

Jones, I., general draper, 193, 195 Princes st.; h. Sunbrae, Bingham ter. 

Jones, John, Sunbrae, Bingham terrace 

Jones, R. D., of Jones & Co., Tighnreich, Wormit 


Jones, Miss Grace, confectioner* 40 Hill street 

Jopp, Mrs, 21 Airlie place 

Josephy, Albert, merchant (Moore & Weinberg)* 2 India buildings; 
h. 1 Balgillo crescent* Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. B.F. 107) 

Joyce, James, draper, 79 Ure street; h. 134 Blackness road 

Jupp, Charles, chair manufacturer, 78 Rosebank st. ; h. 82 Dudhope st. 

JURGENS, ANT., margarine manufacturer, London house, 16 Dock street 
(Telephone No. 364 ; Telegrams, "Jurgens"). See Adv. p. 39 

Justice, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 168 Albert street 

Justice, Matthew Low, of Thomas Justice & Sons, Ltd., 2 Airlie place 

Justice, Thomas, of Thomas Justice & Sons, Ltd., 2 Airlie place; and 
Knockhill, Newport 

Justice, Thomas, & Sons, Ltd., cabinetmakers, upholsterers, ironmongers,, 
funeral undertakers, removal contractors, valuators, 9 to 15 White- 
hall street and Whitehall crescent ; cabinet works, South Ward 
road (Telephone No. 193; works, 443; ironmongery, 197) 

Kane, Elizabeth, broker, 8 Blackness road ; h. 2 

Kane, John, church-officer, Tay Square U.F. Church ; h. 105 Hawkhill 

Kay, Alexander, coal salesman, 26 Temple lane 

Kay & Co., merchts., sack manufs., and iusur. agts., 63 Constitution rd. 

Kay, Jas., cashier, National Tel. Co., Ltd. ; h. Rosebank hse., W. Newport 

Kay, M. D., of Kay & Co., 63 Constitution road 

Kay, Mrs Charles, 1 Blackness avenue 

Kay, Mrs R., china merchant, 95 Hilltown 

Kean, Edward, plumber, 5 Johnston's lane 

Kearns, Patrick L. , spirit merchant's assistant, 45 Blackness road 

Keay, Alexander, Kemsley villa, 306 Blackness road 

Keay, Alexander, gilder, 43 Baldovan terrace 

Keay, Alexander, manager, Seabraes Mill ; h. 23 Scott street 

Keay, Catherine, dressmaker, 105a Nethergate 

Keay, David, jun., engineer, 2 North Wellington street 

Keay, David, 18 Gardner street 

Keay, David, 37 Step row 

KEAY, DAVID, blacksmith, engineer, and machinemaker, Hillbank Iron 

Works,N. William st. (Teleph.No.01934); h. 166 Ann st. SeeAdv.p.70 
Keay, George C. , millfurnisher, 35 North Tay street ; h. 10 Lawson place 
Keay, Harry, marine officer, 109 Arbroath road 

Keay, James A. , of Beath & Keay, 3 Fairfield cottages, Clepington road 
Keay, John, wine and spirit merchant, 173 Princes st. ; h. 1 Graham pi. 
Keay, John, fireman, 38 Kincardine street 
Keay, Robert, grocer, 98 Hilltown ; h. 96 
Keay, Robert, wholesale tea merchant, 6 St Andrew's street ; h. 1 

Churchhill place, Broughty Ferry 
Keay, Robert, starcher, 27 Lyon street 
Keay, Thomas C, millfurnisher, oil merchant, and engineers' factor,. 

17 Baltic street ; engineer, machine merchant, shuttle, picker, and 

bobbin maker, Northern Machine Works, 7 Ogilvie street ; k r 

Cliftonbank, Dalkeith road 
Keay, Walter, pictureframe maker, 15 Arbroath road ; h. 28 
Keay, William, of Beath & Keay, 3 Fairfield cottages, Clepington road 


Keay, William, machineman, 3 Ogilvie street 

Keay, William, marine engineer, 184 Lochee road 

Keay,W T . A.,engin'r (c/o R.Stiven & Co., 35 N.Tay st.), Beach ter., B\ Ferry 

Keay, Mrs C., laundress, 34 Hunter street ; h. 40 

Keay, Mrs David, dairykeeper, 80 Ann street ; h. 17 Bonnybank road 

Keay, Miss A. , draper, 20 Hunter street 

Keay, Miss, dressmaker, 3 Constitution road 

Keddie, David, goods guard, 121 Hawkhill 

Keddie, Jessie, confectioner, 67 Albert street ; h. 13 Pitkerro road 

Keddie, John, engineer, 13 Pitkerro road 

Keddie, Peter, tinsmith, 14 Cleghorn street 

Keddie, Mrs Peter, 39 Park wynd 

Keeloma Dairy Co., 4 Wellgate 

KEEN & CO., gasfitters and general dealers, 17a Dudhope street 

(Telephone No. 9y1); h. 125 Hilltown. See Adv. p. 92 
Keenan, Stephen, grocer's assistant, 245 Blackness road 
Keenan, Thos., clerk, 104 Commercial street; h. Rosehill, W. Newport 
Keill, Patrick, laundry manager, 4 Wellington street 
KEILL, MRS JOHN, painter and decorator, 268 Perth road ; h. 7 

St Peter street. See Adv. p. 62 
Keillar, John R. , H.M. Customs, 109 Arbroath road 
Keiller, Alexander, railway clerk, 25 Scott street 
Keiller, Geo. C, merchant, vice-consul for Chili, districtagent, Manchester 

Assurance Co. , 9 Panmure st. ; h. Hawkhill house, 10 Hawkhill pi. 
Keiller, James, bleacher, 5 Leng street 
Keiller, James, mechanic, 47 Princes street 
Keiller, James, & Son, Ltd., wholesale confectioners, fruit preservers, cocoa 

and chocolate makers, 9 Albert square ; retail shop, 2 Castle street 
Keiller, Thomas, enginedriver, 2 Abbotsford place, Peddie street 
Keillor, James, bleacher, 20 Forebank road 
Keillor, William, 27 Crescent street 

Keillor, Mrs Helen, house proprietor, 6 Baxter Park terrace 
Keir, Alex. M. , wholesale confectioner, 37 Guthrie st. ; h. 32 Ben vie road 
Keir, John B., postman, 4 Lawson place 
Keir, William, linenstamper, 51 Crescent street 
Keith, Adam C., riveter, 12 Raglan street 
Keith, John, stoker, 40 Perth road 
Keith, John, collector, 52 Kemback street 
Keith, Robert, of Robert Keith & Son, Ivybank, West Ferry 
Keith, Robert, & Son, architects and valuators, 10 Whitehall street 
Keith, R. D. Lawson, F.S.A.A., accountant and houseagent, 14 

Barrack street ; h. Cedarlea cottage, Cedar road, Broughty Ferry 
Keith, William, traveller, 79 Princes street 
Keith, Miss, ladies' nurse, 34 Catherine street 
Kellie, James, fireman, 16 Strathmartine road 
Kellie, Thomas, mechanic, 7 Arklay street 
Kelly, Charles, designer, 74 Arklay street 
Kelly, John, engineer, 2 Arklay street 

Kelly, Matthew, coaldealer, 5 Scott street ; h. 18 City road 
Kelly, Susan, grocer, 6 William street, King street 
Kelly, Winifred, licensed grocer, 84 Princes street ; h. 8 Nelson street 


Kelly, Mrs Margaret, sick nurse, 5 Paton's lane 

Kelly, Mrs, 23 Lawson place 

Kelly, Miss M., dressmaker, 59 Ure street 

Kelman, Alex. , Banks' exchange messenger, 3 High st. ; h. Gowanlea, Barry 

Kelman, James, warehouseman, 94 Blackness road 

Kelman, James, packingcase maker, 8 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

Kelman, Mrs Wm. , wine & spirit mer. , 247 H'khill ; h. 4 Victoria ter. , Tayport 

Kelt, Wm. S. , watchmkr. & jew'ler,54 Murraygate; h. Balgillo cot. , Wormit 

Kelway, John, 101 Magdalen green 

Kemp, Alexander, sea,man, 5 William street, King street 

Kemp, James, of Ry lands & Sons, Ltd., Manchester; h. 2 Osborne terrace 

Kemp, John, & Co., Ltd., proprietors of " Kemp's Mercantile Gazette," 

51 High street ; chief office for Scotland, 22 Renfield st., Glasgow 
Kennedy, Alex., engineer&genl. blacksm. ,12 Watson's lane; ^. 88Hawkhill 
Kennedy, Alexander, upholsterer, 94 Victoria road 
Kennedy, David, fireman, 6 North Ellen street 

Kennedy, David M., of Stewart, Kennedy & Co., Invertay, Carnoustie 
Kennedy, Drummond, officer, Martyrs U. F. Church ; h. 69 Annfield road 
Kennedy, E. S., of Henderson & Co., merchants, The Pines, B. Ferry 
Kennedy, George, ironmoulder, 337 Loons road 
Kennedy, George, tailor, 38 Ann street 

Kennedy, George, leathercutter, 69 North Wellington street 
Kennedy, George T., commercial traveller, 2 Balgay avenue 
Kennedy, Henry, tailor, 70 Hilltown 
Kennedy, Henry, engineer, 362 Loons road 
Kennedy, James, engineer, 5 Melrose terrace 
Kennedy, James, ironturner, 74 North Church street 
Kennedy, James S., of R. G. Kennedy & Co., Thorn Garth, Bro'ty Ferry 
Kennedy, John, gardener, 10 Annfield row 
Kemiedy, J ohn, dairyman, 24 Step row ; h. 22 
Kennedy, John, enginedriver, 84 Peddie street 
Kennedy, John, enginedriver, 3 Roslin terrace 

Kennedy, John, wine & spt. mer., 22,24 Polepark rd. ; h. 18 Forest Pk.rd. 
Kennedy, John Ross, timekeeper, 36 Paterson street 
Kennedy, J. W., wine and spirit merchant, 5 Wellgate ; h. 21 Perth road 
Kennedy, Peter, confectioner, 124 Scouringburn ; h. 35 Guthrie street 
Kennedy, Peter, baker, 4 North Wellington street 
Kennedy, Richard, tobacco and cigar merchant, 7 Reform street and 

110 Seagate; h. Waldorf, Golf avenue, Monifieth 
Kennedy, R. G., of R. G. Kennedy & Co., The Pines, Broughty Ferry 
Kennedy, R. G., & Co., manufacturers, Wellington Works, Ann street; 

office, 10 Panmure street 
Kennedy, T. & J., shoemakers, 161 Scouringburn 
Kennedy, William, clerk, 14 Thomson street 
Kennedy, William, gardener, Dudhope East lodge 
Kennedy, William, harbour porter, 8 Brown Constable street 
Kennedy, William, milloverseer, 180 Lochee road 
Kennedy, William D., compositor, 17 Step row 
Kennedy, W. J., clerk, 56 Seafield road 

Kenneth, John, fish merchant, 129 Ann st. ; h. 32 William st., Forebank 
Kenny, Alexander, engineer, 16 Maryfield terrace 


Kenny, Mrs Frank, spirit mer., 94 Blackscroft ; h. Beechwood, B. Ferry 
Ker, H. H., merchant, 3 Royal Exchange place ; h. Kenmore pi., B. Ferry 
Keracher, Jas. , bootmkr. , 149Hawkhill & 196 Blackness rd. ; h. 21 Step row 
Kermack, David, confectioner, 119 Perth road; h. 2 Peddie street 
Kermack, Robert, clerk, 8a King street 
Kermack, William, joiner, 8 Cleghorn street 
Kermack, William, draper, 140 Princes street ; h. 142 
Kermath, James, yarndresser, 3 Malcolm street 
Kermath, Robert, powerloom dresser, 20 Fore bank road 
Kerr, Alexander, dairykeeper, Fairfield road 
Kerr, Charles, pharmaceutical chemist, 56 Nethergate ; branches, 197 

Perth road and 4 Polepark road ; h. 1 Windsor place 
Kerr, Charles, M.B., CM. (Edin.), 163 Princes st. (Telephone No. 1187) 
Kerr, David, ironturner, 21 Lawson place 
Kerr, Rev. David R., M.A., missionary assistant, M'Cheyne U.F. 

Church ; h. 56 Magdalen Yard road 
Kerr, David S., watchmaker and jeweller, 2 Gowrie place 
Kerr, George W. B., secretary, Life Association of Scotland, 5 Reform 

street ; h. 6 Newington terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Kerr, Henry, British Linen Co. Bank ; h. Oakdene, West Newport 
Kerr, James, yarndresser, 38 Ure street 
Kerr, James, lampfitter, 4 North Ellen street 
Kerr, James S., boot manufacturer, 2Nethergate (Telephone No. 01815), 

3 Wellgate and 66 Murraygate ; h. 32 Argyle street 
Kerr, John, clerk, 39 Baldovan terrace 
Kerr, John, postman, 31 Rose street 
Kerr, John, coal salesman, 2 Morgan street 
Kerr, John, dairyman, 216 Strathmartine road 
Kerr, John, hamcurer, 48 Cleghorn street 

Kerr, John, draper & cloth'r, 52 Ann st. ; h. Ness cot., D'dee rd., Downf'd 
Kerr, John S., Sydenham villa, 3 Strathview terrace, Forfar road 
Kerr, Peter, agent, British Linen Co. Bank, 38 Nethergate ; h. Eildon- 

hurst, Perth road 
Kerr,Robt.Nimmo, F.E. I. S., librarian, UniversityCol. ; A.8Aberlemno ter. 
Kerr, Susan, confectioner, 31 Ann street ; h. 216 Strathmartine road 
Kerr, William, grieve, Invergowrie Home farm 
Kerr, Mrs Peter, Oakbank, Madeira street 
Kerridge, Mrs Mary, apartments, 125 Perth road 
Kerwin, James, hairdresser, 19 Ann street 
Kettles, James, mechanic, 76 Albert street 
Kettles, William, clerk, 16 Paton's lane 
Key, Alexander, labourer, 362 Loons road 
Key, David, blacksmith, 43 Benvie road 
Key, George, shore porter, 80 Watson street 
Key, Harry T., clerk, 168 Lochee road 
Key, James, Victoria villa, Dalkeith road 
Key, William, auctioneer and meat salesman, Slaughterhouses (Telephone 

No. 1086 ; Telegrams, "Key, Slaughterhouses") ; h. Bonnybank rd. 
Key, William, blacksmith, 17 W. Henderson's wynd; h. 168 Lochee rd. 
Kidd, Alexander, mechanic, 41 Guthrie street 
Kidd, Alex.,mngr., Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co., Ltd.; h. 65 Commercial st. 



Kidd, Alexander, beamer, 18 Gardner street 

Kidd, Alexander, painter, 13 Dudhope street 

Kidd, Andrew G., confectioner and baker, 8 Reform street, 70 and 163a 

Albert street, 162 Lochee road, 300a Perth road; head office and 

bakery, 40 North Ellen street ; h. 7 Lynnewood place 
Kidd, A. G., & Son, Ltd., Craigie Bakery, 18 Baffin street; and Craigie 

Biscuit Factory, Watson street; retail establishment, 179 Princes 

street (Telephone No. 222 ; Telegrams, " Bakery ") 
Kidd, Boden, & Co., merchants, 14 Victoria chambers 
Kidd, Charles, letterpress machineman, 57 Cleghorn street 
Kidd, David, cabinetmaker, 9 Ellen street 
Kidd, David, joiner, 153 Lochee road 
Kidd, David, joiner, 18 Gardner street 
•Kidd, David, telegraphist, 97 Arbroath road 
Kidd, David B., tailor, 13 Dudhope street 
Kidd, David C, grocer and provision merchant, 210 Blackness road 

(Telephone No. 38x2) ; h. Muir villa, Muirhead 
Kidd, David P., engineer, Dean cottage, 7 Craigie terrace 
Kidd, David R., grocer's manager, 42 Scott street 
Kidd, Euphemia, 1 Blackness avenue 
Kidd, George, painter, 30 Hunter street 

Kidd, Geo. E., secy., Dundee Shipbuilders Co., Ltd.; h. 9 Blackness ave. 
Kidd, George M., joint local secretary, Union Assurance Society, 

27 Panmure street ; h. 9 Blackness avenue 
Kidd, James, commercial traveller, Oakbank, 12 Wellington street 
Kidd, James, cabinetmaker, 9 Parker street 
Kidd, James, of J. & J. Kidd, 155 Albert street 
Kidd, James, & Co., washing machine makers, 1 Urquhart street 
Kidd, James W., manager, Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Co., 

5 Shore terrace ; h. Ingleside, Stannergate 
Kidd, John, valuator, 19 Ward road ; h. Marrbank, Paradise road 
Kidd, John, jun., house and property agent, 19 Ward road (Telephone 

No. 01935) ; h. Marrbank, Paradise road 
Kidd, John, grocer, 23 Baldovan terrace 
Kidd, John, of J. & J. Kidd, 2 Baxter Park terrace 
Kidd, John Arthur, cabinetmaker, pictureframe maker, and newsagent, 

50 Dudhope Crescent road ; h. 7 Parker street 
Kidd, John B., police and water collector, 192 Lochee road 
Kidd, John E., insurance agent, 12 Craigie street 

Kidd, John O., of Thomas B. Kidd, Son, & Co., Allanbank, Carnoustie 
Kidd, John S., of Kidd & Wallace, Park villa, Argyle street 
Kidd, J. & J., joiners and builders, Eadie's road 
Kidd, J. L., shipbroker, 59 Dock street (Telephone No. 1166; Telegrams, 

"Despatch"); h. Ingleside, Stannergate 
Kidd, J. Mollison, & Co., mers. and manufs., 1 and 2 Royal Exchange pi. 
Kidd, Lizzie, confectioner, 34 Peddie street 
Kidd, Peter, baker, 27 Park wynd 

Kidd, Robert, potato merchant, 14 Greenmarket ; h. 31 Windsor street 
Kidd, Robert, shipcarpenter, 92 Rosebank street 
Kidd, Robert C, stationer, 135 Clepington road 
Kidd, Thomas B., Son, & Co., commission agents, 15 Castle street 


Kidd & Wallace, indiarubber, waterproof, umbrella, and bag manu- 
facturers, 77 High street (Telephone No. 1378) 

Kidd, William, compositor, 49 Milnbank road 

Kidd, William, baker, 89 Arbroath road 

KIDD, WILLIAM, bookseller, manufacturing stationer, printer, litho- 
grapher, and bookbinder, Palace buildings, 7 Whitehall street ; 
works', 36 Nethergate ; h. Whitehall villa, Tayport road, East 
Newport. See Adv. p. 38 

Kidd, William, grocer, 55 Taylor's lane 

Kidd, William, 14 Windsor street 

Kidd, William, carpenter, 50 North Church street 

Kidd, William L. , clerk, Blackness Foundry; h. 151 Lochee road 

Kidd, Mrs Annie, ladies' nurse, 8 Park avenue 

Kidd, Mrs A. G., 1 W T alrond street 

Kidd, Mrs James, draper, 18 Princes street ; h. 17 Park avenue 

Kidd, Mrs Mai'garet, laundress, 53 Lochee road ; h. 55 

Kidd, Mrs William, 171 Victoria road 

Kidd, Miss, dressmaker, Craigielea, Pitkerro road 

Kidd, Miss, 7 Pitkerro road 

Kiddie, David, blacksmith, 28 Polepark road 

Kiddie, Hugh, joiner, 21 Cotton road 

Kiddie, Philip, blacksmith, 91 Milnbank road 

Kiddie, Robert, hairdresser and perfumer, 25 Ann st. ; h. 29 Powriepl. 

Kiddie, Robert, baker, 58 Strathmore road. 

Kiddie, William, hairdresser, 98 Ann street ; h. 38 Cotton road 

Kiddie, Miss, dairykeeper, 93 Milnbank road ; h. 1 City road 

Kidney, Miss, 53^ Perth road 

Kilgour, Andrew, church-officer, Unitarian Ch. ; h. 53 Constitution rd. 

Kilgour, David, furniture salesman, 49 Taylor's lane 

KILGOUR, GEORGE, plasterer, 126 Blackness road ; k. Rhubann, 
Lawside road. See Adv. p. 86 

Kilgour, M'Crae, & Strachan, solicitors, 11 Murraygate (Tel. No. 1169) 

Killacky, Hugh, printer and stationer, 161 A Albert st. ; h. 13 Janefield pi. 

Kilpatrick, Robert, bootmaker, 197 Blackness road ; h. 28 Annfield row 

Kilpatrick, Robert, jun., shoemaker, church-officer, School Wynd U.F. 
Church ; h. 43 Constitution road 

Kilpatrick, Mrs, 1 Seafield road 

Kimball & Morton Ld., sewing-machine manufacturers, 34 Bell street 

King, Alexander, clerk, 8 Forfar road 

King, Andrew, egg merchant, 25 Baxter Park terrace 

King Brothers, wholesale egg merchants and importers, 134 Victoria rd. 
( Telephone Nos. — office, 338; private, 338a ; Telegrams, "Kingdom") 

King, Chas. , painter, and officer, Baxter Park U.F. Ch. ; h. 30 Victoria st. 

King, David, joiner, 107 Strathmartine road 

King, George, bootmaker, 52 and 82 Strathmartine rd ; h. 26 Russell st. 

King, James, coal merchant, 27 Dura street; h. 118 Albert street 

King, James, of King Brothers, Ochil cottage, 4 Lynnewood place 
(Telephone No. 338a) 

King, John, joiner, 11 Craigie street 

King, Lewis D., passenger guard, 98 Victoria road 

King, William, draper, 282 Hilltown ; h. 351 Clepington road 


King, Mrs Anne, 129 Blackscroft 

Kinmond, Alex. N., draper, small wares mer., 45 Dundonald st. ; A. 43 

Kmmond,JohnG.,mngi\, Trades Ln. Cal.Co. ; A.Stanley villa,Arbroathrd. 

Kinmond, John Simpson, wholesale and retail butcher, 42 Princes street 
(Telephone No. 24y5) ; A. Ill Arbroath road 

Kinmond, Peter, hah'dresser, 17 Mains road ; A. 17 Lorimer street 

Kinmond, Mrs W. , 1 1 Bellefield avenue 

Kinnaird Works, Ogilvie's road; Stewart Brothers, manufacturers 

Kinnear, Alexander, 5 Morgan street 

Kinnear, Annie, coffeeh'se-kpr., 79 & 81 Scouringburn; h. 2 St David's ln. 

Kinnear, Charles, cooper, 5 East Whale lane 

Kinnear & Co., manufacturers, 35 Cowgate 

Kinnear, David, manager, Wellfield Works; A. 133 Arbroath road 

Kinnear, David, tailor and clothier, 109 Princes st. ; A. 8 Wallace street 

Kinnear, George, patternmaker, 8 Wallace street 

Kinnear, George, steward, 4 Nelson street 

Kinnear, James, grocer & wine mer., 20 Erskine st. ; A. 15 Bonnybank rd. 

Kinnear, James, butcher, 170 Hawkhill ; A. Beach cottage, Barnhill 

Kinnear, James, gardener, Fernbrae, Perth road 

Kinnear, John, nightwatchman, 71 Perth road 

Kinnear, John C. , engineer, 159 Strathmartine road 

Kinnear, Minnie A., confectioner, 85 Watson street 

Kinnear, Peter, mason, 8 Lorimer street 

Kinnear, Robert, mason, 113 Strathmartine road 

Kinnear, Thos. , sanitary insp. , W. Bellst.; A. Palmgrove, 18 Paton's lane 

Kinnear, Thomas, baker, 1 Kemback street 

Kinnear, William, M.A., M.D., 43 South Tay street 

Kinnear, William, of William Kinnear & Co., Willowbank, Balgay 
terrace, Lochee (Telephone No. 949) 

Kinnear, William, & Co., shipowners, shipbrokers, and shipping agents, 
18 Commercial st. (Telephs. No. 91 & 1557; Telegrams, "Kinship") 

Kinnear, William F. , reporter, Courier and Argus ; A. 14 Forest Park rd. 

Kinnear, William H., grocer and wine merchant, 19 Alexander street 
(Telephone No. 1349) ; A. Bella villa, 89 Clepington road 

Kinnear, Mrs J. , apartments, 47 Dens road 

Kinnear, Mrs J., confectioner, 80 Dudhope street 

Kinnell, Miss E. B., needlewk. artiste, 22 Whitehall st. ; A. Meadow entry 

Kinnes, Robt., shipagt. & oil mer., E. Whale lane ; A. Kincraig, Wormit 

Kinnes, Mrs Alexander, 18 Raglan street 

Kinnison, James, 6 Airlie terrace 

Kinnison, John, frenchpolisher, 59 Lochee road 

Kinnison, Robert, of James Logie & Co., 4 Seafield terrace, Bro'ty Ferry 

Kinnison, Mrs Charlotte, 43 Nethergate 

Kinnoch, George D., compositor, 349 Clepington road 

Kinnoch, John, of John Durham & Son, 67 Ure street 
Kippen, A. D., journalist, Advertiser office; A. 3 Balgay avenue 
Kippen,JohnWm.,teacher,St Andrew's Sch. ; A. The Homestead, Tayport 
Kirk & Coutts, ironmongers and millfurnishers, 18 Overgate (Tele- 
phone No. 774) 
Kirk, David, of Kirk & Coutts, Oakbank, Wormit 
Kirk, George, engineer, 2 Smith street 


Kirk, Henry, painter, 60 North street 

Kirk, John, boot manufacturer and warehouseman, 10 S. Lindsay street; 

h. 3 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Kirk, Robert, dining rooms, 45 Lochee road ; h. 39 
Kirk, William, joiner, 27 North Ellen street 
Kirkaldy, David, engineer, 127 Perth road 

Kirkaldy, William, pastrybaker, 49 Constitution rd.; h. 12 Arthurstone ter. 
Kirkaldy, Mrs George, 3 Kinnaird street 

Kirkcaldy, James, of Kirkcaldy & Ness, 14 Arthurstone terrace 
Kirkcaldy, Robt., wine & spirit mer., 80and82Annfieldrd.; h. 25 Perth rd. 
Kirkland, George, dairy manager, Whitton street ; h. 42 King's road 
Kirkpatrick, William, commission agent, 4 Windsor street 
Kirkpatrick, Miss A. , teacher of music, organist, Park hse. , 16 Dallfield ter. 
Kirkpatrick, Misses, Park house, 16 Dallfield terrace 
Kirkwood, Richard, gardener, Pinegrove cottage, 336 Perth road 
Kneeshaw, Fred., manager, Kingscross Metal Works ; h. 244Clepingtonrd. 
Knight, Alexander, butcher, 92 King street; h. 14 Park avenue 
Knight, David, sanitary inspector, Dundee Slaughterhouses ; h. Murie 

cottage, Ravensby feus, Carnoustie 
Knight, David, butcher, 36 Constitution st. (Telephone No. 14x3) ; h. 32 
Knight, David, currier, 1 Anntield street 
Knight, David S., clerk, 61| Perth road 
Knight, D. R., clerk, 13 Bellefield avenue 
Knight, James, shipstores merchant, distiller, and whisky merchant, 3 

and 6 Commercial st. and 41 Dock st. ; h. 4 Home ter., West Ferry 
Knight, James, fish merchant, 182 Hawkhill ; h. 6 Lowden's alley 
Knight, John, collector, 8 Balfour street 
Knight, Robert, tinsmith, 46 Dudhope Crescent road 
Knight, William, calendei worker, 3 Lowden's alley 
Knight, Mrs Agnes, 1 Seafield road 
Knipes, W. J., mechanic, 1 Wellington street 
Knowles, David, labourer, 20 Wolseley street 
Knowles, James, clerk, 47 Dens road 
Knuck, Henry, & Co., packers and shippers of paper stock, jute and 

flax tows, Whitehall Works, 32 Dens road (Telephone No. 871 ; 

Telegrams, "Knuck") 
Knuck, James H., of Henry Knuck & Co., 32 Dens road 
Krachan, Mrs E., greengrocer, 33| Union street, Maxwelltown 
Kruna Company, The, manufacturing chemists, 13 Erskine street 
Kuenen, J. P., Ph.D., professor of physics, University College ; h. Cliff 

cottage, 127 Ferry road 
Kyd, James, inspector and clerk, Dundee Combination Parish Council, 

West Bell street ; h. 9 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Kyd, James, clerk and treasurer, Dundee District Board of Lunacy, 

Kyd, James A., M.A., of Shield & Kyd, Rosemount, Broughty Ferry 
Kyd, John N., of John N. Kyd & Co., The Woodlands, West Ferry 
Kyd, John N. , & Co. , jutespinners, Walton Jute Works, 202 Scouringburn 
(Teleph. No. 948; Telegrams, "Normansell"; Exchange Box No. 55) 
Kyd, John P., of Shield & Kyd, Viewpark, West Ferry 
Kyd, William, boot factory manager, 99 Arbroath road 


Kydd, Charles, railway porter, 10 West Dock street 

Kydd, George, mason, 27 Rosefield street 

Kydd, George, shuttlemaker, 9 Erskine street 

Kydd, James, of M'Gregor & Co., 7 Melville terrace 

Kydd, William, enginefitter, 4 Lytton street 

Kydd, William R. , of Moody Stuart & Robertson, 7 Melville terrace 

Kydd, Mrs James, 351 Clepington road 

Kynoch, J. A. Campbell, M.B., F.R.C.P., E.R.C.S., Ed., professor of 

obstetrics and gynaecology, University College ; h. 8 Airlie place 

(Telephone No. 870) 

Laburn, Alexander, plasterer, 17 Dallfield terrace 

Labnrn, David, slater, 3 Dallfield walk 

Laburn, George, of James Laburn & Son, 61a Constitution road 

Laburn, G. T., 24 Constitution road 

Laburn, James, of James Laburn & Son, 17 Dallfield terrace 

Laburn, James, plasterer, 88 Hill street 

Laburn, James, plasterer and tile merchant, 18 and 20 Mid street (Teleph. 

No. 28) ; branch, Brown st., B. Ferry; h. Camperdown house, B. Ferry 
Laburn, James, & Son, slaters and slate merchants, 61 Constitution road 

and 2 Dallfield terrace 
Laburn, John, machinefitter, 43 Peddie street 
Laburn, John, of William Laburn & Son, 21 Milnbank road 
LABURN, ROBERT GIBSON, slater and slate merchant, Laburn street, 

Dudhope Crescent road ; h. 24 Constitution road. See Adv. p. 108 
Laburn, Robert W., of Gauld & Laburn, 24 Constitution road 
Laburn, William, birddealer, 5 Castle lane ; h. 7 
Laburn, William, of William Laburn & Son, 53 Hawkhill 
Laburn, William, & Son, slaters, 39^ Larch street 
Laburn, Mrs A., confectioner, 141 Hawkhill 
Laburn, Mrs William D., grocer, 9 Castle lane ; h. 7 
Lackie, James, traveller, 6 Park avenue 

Ladybank Leather Works, 6 Victoria road ; H. Henderson & Sons 
Lady bank Mill, 38 Mid st. ; Anderson & Glass, spinners and manufacturers 
Ladywell Calender Works Co., calenderers, packers and sacksewers, 3 

Victoria road 
Laing, Alexander, woodturner, 1 City road 
Laing, A., draper, 85 Milnbank road 

Laing, A. Y., shipbroker, 7 Ward road; h. Balgay terrace, Lochee 
Laing, Charles, fruiterer and florist, 117 Hawkhill; h. 360 Perth road 
Laing, David G. B., 7 Hawkhill place 
Laing, George, mechanic, 35 Wilkie's lane 

Laing, Jas. H. W., M.A., B.Sc., M.B., C.M., F.S.A.Scot., 9 Tay square 
Laing, Janet, confectioner and dairykeeper, 28 Benvie road ; h. 30 
Laing, John, Kellyfield, Pitkerro road 

Laing, John, tailor and clothier, 71 High street ; h. 31 Scott street 
Laing, Robert, 7 Hawkhill place 
Laing, Robert, builder, 10 Airlie terrace 
Laing, Robert, jun., clerk, 105 Clepington road 

Laing Street Works, Laing street; Grant & Baxter, jute manufacturers 
Laing, T. J. M 'Lean, solicitor, 30 Whitehallst. ; h. Binnericht, 368Perthrd. 


Laing, William, fireman, 19 Hill street 

Laing, William R. , Kellyfield, Pitkerro road 

Laing, Mrs Thomas, Binnericht, 368 Perth road 

Laing, MissM. L. A., teacher of piano., 7 Ward rd. ; h. Rockfield, B'dovan 

Laird, Alex., stockbroker, 4 Royal Exchange place (Telephone No. 1004 ; 

Telegrams, " Investment"); h. Bothwell terrace, Broughty Ferry 
Laird, Alexander, 18 Wolseley street 
Laird, Alexander, carter, 45 Crescent street 
Laird, Allan, gardener, North lodge, Eastern Necropolis 
Laird, Andrew, late overseer, 2 Arbroath road 
Laird, Andrew, carpetweaver, 28 Carmichael street 
Laird, George, contractor, 7 Viewbank terrace 
Laird, James, oilcake pressman, 20 Constable street 
Laird, Jas. W., of W. P. Laird & Sinclair, Ltd., Fonntainbrae, Monifieth 
Laird, Robert, 8 Balfour street 
Laird, Thomas, draper, 26 Ann street ; h. 32 

Laird, W. P., of W. P. Laird & Sinclair, Ltd., Taybank, Monifieth 
Laird, W. P. ,& Sinclair, Ltd. , nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists, 20 and 21 

High street ; nurseries, Monifieth 
Laird, Mrs E., grocer and spiritdealer, 84 Hawkhill ; h. 19 Airli8 place 
Laird, Mrs James, 2 Hill street 
Laird, Mrs Margaret, 27 West street 
Laird, Mrs, 8 Shepherd's loan 

Laird, Miss L. , draper, 39 Guthrie street ; h. 32 Ann street 
Lakie, John A., detective inspector, 7 Park terrace 
Lamb, Adam, batcher, 54 Dallfield walk 

Lamb, Annie, stationer and sub-postmistress, 90 King st, ; h. 228 Perth rd. 
Lamb, Betsy, grocer, 168 Hilltown 

Lamb, Brydon, of Robert Lamb & Co., 3 Douglas ter., Broughty Ferry 
Lamb & Co., hotelkeepers and confectioners, 64 Reform street 
Lamb, George S. , of Lamb & Scott, 3 Douglas terrace, Broughty Ferry 

(Telephone No. 178) 
Lamb, James, teacher, Mitchell St. Pub. Sch. ; h. Leabrae, Inverary ter. 
Lamb, John, draughtsman, 1 Blackness avenue 
Lamb, Robert, 193 Perth road 
Lamb, Robert, brushmaker, 22 Union place 
Lamb, Robert, & Co., merchants, 12 Victoria chambers (Telephone 

No. 453; Telegrams, "Lamb") 
Lamb, Samuel, mechanic, 4 Kinnaird street 

Lamb & Scott, Ltd. , linen manufact'rs,Brechin; office, 12 Victoria chambs* 
Lamb, William, tinsmith, 62 William street, Forebank 
Lamb, William C, of J. C. Smith & Co., Tayview, Downfield 
Lamb, W. Mitchell, stationer, 228 Perth road 
Lamb, Mrs Agnes, 5 St Mary's terrace 
Lamb, Mrs Alexander C, 3 Craigiebank terrace 
Lamb, Mrs Isabella, 17 Nelson street 
Lamb, Mrs Robert, dairykeeper, 73 Blackscroft 

street (Telephone No. 503). See Adv. p. 78 
Lambert Brothers, wholesale manufs. of special steam tubes and fittings ; 

agent, John Dow, 5 Commercial st. (Telph. No. 85; Telgs.," Nestor") 


Lambeth, John, confectioner and fish restaurant, 217 Locheeroad ; h. 125 

Lamond, Alexander, joiner, 33 North Church street 

Lamond, Andrew, clerk, 11 Thomson street 

Lamond, Charles, of A. G. Kidd & Son, Ltd., 27 Perth road 

Lamond, Charles, manager, 51 Taylor's lane 

Lamond, D. C, 101 Magdalen green 

Lamond, Jas., grocer and spirit mer. , 76 Dura st. ; h. 48 Liffrd., Lochee 

Lamond, John A., enginedriver, 49 Taylor's lane 

Lamond, Peter, police sergeant, 33 Cleghorn street 

Lamond, William, clerk, 151 Lochee road 

Lamond, W. B., artist, 15 Castle street ; h. West Lights, Tayport 

Lamont, Alexander, sorting clerk, Post Office ; h. 3 Pitkerro road 

Lamont, George D., A.R.C.O., teacher of music, organist, Gilfillan 
Memorial Church ; h. 63 Constitution road 

Lamont, John J. , resident inspector, London and Lancashire Fire Insur- 
ance Co. , 8 Panmure street ; h. Coralynn, 3 Balgray street 

Lamont, William J., Colonial Customs, 5 Park terrace 

Lamont, Mrs, fruiterer and grocer, 85 Strathmartine road 

Lancett, Thomas, clothier, 39 Reform street ; h. 1 Grange ter., B. Ferry 

Lancett, Wm. , clothier, 40 Barrack street ; h. 28 Baxter Park terrace 

Lancett, William, bookbinder, 78 Clepington road 

Lanchester,W.F., assist, lect'r. in zoology, Univ'ty College; h. 362Perthrd. 

Landsman, John H. , teacher, Rosehelenbank, Rankine street 

Landsman, Thos. , teller, Clydesdale Bank ; h. Rosehelenbank, Rankine st. 

Landsman, Wm., boot and shoe maker, 41 Constitution rd. ; h. 8 Parker st. 

Lang, John, district manager, Equitable Life Assurance Society of 
U.S., 31 Albert square ; h. 8 Gladstone terrace, Broughty Ferry 

Lang, Robert, painter, 15 Blackness street 

Lang, William, hide inspector, 7 Baxter Park terrace 

Langhoff, Rev. Eduard, pastor, German Evangelical Church and 
Seamen's Mission, Y.M.C.A. Rooms ; h. 54 Seafield road 

Langlands, Alexander, porter, Royal Infirmary 

Langlands, David, blacksmith, 20 Dura street 

Langlands, David, joiner, 9 Arklay street 

Langlands, George, sen., of Geo Langlaiids, Son, & Co., 133 Hilltown 

Langlands, George, jun., of Geo Langlands, Son, & Co., 133 Hilltown 

LANGLANDS, GEORGE, SON, & CO., timber merchants, Sycamore Saw- 
mills, 344 Loons road. See Adv. p. 63 

Langlands, Jas., of Langlands & M'Ainsh, 113 Arbroath road 

Langlands, James, clerk, 333 Clepington road 

Langlands, James, draper, 38 Victoria road ; h. 19 Wellington street 

Langlands, James H., C.E., architect and valuator, 31 Murray gate; h. 
Cunmont, by Dundee 

Langlands, James R., quarrymaster, Craigie Quarry ; h. 2 Martin street 

Langlands, James S., wine and spirit merchant, 87a Lochee road ; h. 87 

Langlands, James Y., grocer and provision merchant, 64 Strathmartine 
road; h. 1 M 'Donald street 

Langlands, John, collector, 110 Victoria road 

LANGLANDS & M'AINSH, timber merchants, joiners, case and box makers, 
Seagate Sawmills, 135 Seagate (Telephone No. 242 ; Telegrams, 
"Boxes"). See Adv. p. 84 


Langlands, M. & J. , newsagents, stationers, and tobacconists, 33 Victoria 

street; h. 110 Victoria road 
Langlands, M., & Sons, Dundee, Liverpool, and Manchester steamers, 

steamship owners, 39 Dock street 
Langlands, Richard, ironturner, 25 Wellington street 
Langlands, Wm., of Langlands&M'Ainsh, Shanghai, 4Victoria pi., W.Ferry 
Langlands, William, shipplater, 10 Park avenue 
Langlands, William, boilermaker, 29 North William street 
Langlands, William, 2 Martin street 

Langlands, Mrs, dressmaker, 26 Commercial street, Maxwelltown 
Langlands, Misses, 11 Strath view terrace 

Larchfield Works, Walton street; J. Prain & Sons, spinners and manufs. 
Larg, Alexander, of Larg & Sons, 10 Prospect place 
Larg, D. C, of Larg & Sons, 21 Maryfield terrace, Maryfield 
Larg, James, shoemaker, 15 Constitution street ; h. 2 Ogilvie's road 
Larg, Robert J., of Larg & Sons, 10 Prospect place 
Larg & Sons, pianoforte and music sellers, 24 and 26 Whitehall street 

(Telephone No. 505) ; goods entrance, 17 Crichton street 
Larrinaga & Co,, steamers to Porto Rico and Cuba ; M. Langlands & 

Sons, agents, 39 Dock street 
Laskie, James, commercial traveller, 45 Magdalen Yard road 
Laskie, William, wholesale grocer, Commercial court, 5 and 23 J Com- 
mercial street (Telephone No. 1066) ; h. 11 South Tay street 
Latto, David, baker, 55 Taylor's lane 
Latto, George, sawyer, 19 Hill street 
Latto, John, ironmoulder, 13 Mid street 

Latto, Robert, fishmonger, 185b Perth rd. (Telephone No. 01977) ; h. 296 
Lauder, David, teller, Nat. Bank, 115 Hilltown; h. Bank ave., Downfield 
Lauder, Mrs James, 40 Biackscroft 

Laughlin, Agnes, dressmaker, 134 Overgate ; h. 18 Polepark road 
Laurie, Alexander, of Alexander Laurie & Co., 11 Nelson street 
Laurie, Alexander, & Co., merchants and manufacturers, 51 Meadowside 

(Telephone No. 1163; Telegrams, "Laurel") 
Laurie, George, of James Laurie & Son, 1 Lytton street, Blackness avenue 
Laurie, James, & Son, landscape gardeners, Blackness Nursery 
Laurie, Robert, plasterer, 16 Lawson place 
Laurie, Miss Helen, 262 Perth road 
Lavery, Robert, draper, 28 Carmichael street 
Law Accident Insurance Society, Ltd., 11 Whitehall st. ; Wm. Lawson 

Clark, branch manager (Tel. No. 1237; Telegrams, "Lifeguard") 
Law, Alexander, of D. & A. Law, 12 Craigie street 
Law, Alexander, clerk, Altilton, Pitkerro road 
Law, David, baker, 29 Cleghorn street 
Law, David, of D. & A. Law, 42 Baldovan terrace 
Law, D. & A., slaters, 2 Dens street 
Law, Frank, joiner, 138 Lochee road 
Law, James, agent for Joseph Watson & Sons, Ltd., Whitehall 

Soapworks, Leeds ; h. 6 Whitehall crescent 
Law, James C, manager, Ashton Works ; h. 1 Oak wood terrace 
Law, James L., tailor, 103 Arbroath road 
Law, John S., harbour weigher, 140 Ferry road 


Law, Robert, joiner, 20 Forebank road 
Law, Thomas, currier, 61 Lochee road 

Law Union and Crown Insurance Co. ; William B. Dickie, 11 Whitehall 
street, and George Brodie Paul, 4 High st., joint district managers 
Law, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, 46 Reform street 
Law, Miss, 125 Nethergate 

Lawless, Michael, plasterer, 22 Hean's lane ; h. 30 Tait's lane 
Lawrence, Alexander, agent (Gresham Publishing Co.), 5 Go wrie place 
Lawrence, Alexander, shipsteward, 6 North Ellen street 
Lawrence, Alex., of John Lawrence & Co., Annfield house, Annfield st. 
Lawrence, David, coal salesman, 1 Mountpleasant 
Lawrence, George, of George Lawrence & Son, 132 Hawkhill 
Lawrence, George, M.B., CM., Edin., Annfield house, 5 Annfield street 
Lawrence, George, & Son, coal merchants, 14 Watson's lane 
Lawrence, John, of John Lawrence & Co., Annfield house, 5 Annfield st. 
Lawrence, John, coal merchant, 31 Ryehill lane ; h. 227 Hawkhill 
Lawrence, John, & Co., coal mers. and colliery agts., 20 Yeaman shore 
Lawrie, Alexander C, brassfinisher, 144 Lochee road 
Lawrie, Charles, mason, 6 North Church street 
Lawrie, James, confectioner, 130 Lochee road 
LAWSIDE CONVENT, Young Ladies' School, St Margaret's House of Mercy, 

and Laundry, Gardner street and Lawside road. See Adv. p. 48 
Lawside Works, 29 Paterson street; James Paterson & Co. , manufacturers 
Lawson, Alexander, of Lawson & Co. , Kilcraig house, 99 Ferry road 
Lawson, Alexander H., linotype operator, 4 Tullideph road 
Lawson, Alfred M.. dental mechanic, 2 Arbroath road 
LAWSON, ANDREW, chemist and druggist, West End Medical Hall, 65 

Perth road ; h. 176. See Adv. p. 60 
Lawson, Andrew, insurance agent, 247 Blackness road 
Lawson & Co., auctioneers and meat salesmen, Carolina Meat Market, 

Slaughterhouse, East Dock street 
Lawson, David, butcher, 24 Princes street ; h. 35 Park avenue 
Lawson, David, baker, 7 Lyon street 

Lawson, David, dockmaster, Earl Grey Dock ; h. 13 West Dock street 
Lawson, James, mechanic, 166 Lochee road 
Lawson, James, mason, 25 Catherine street 

Lawson, James B., wine and spirit mercht., 104-108 Overgate and 27 So. 
Lindsay street (Telephone No. 1334) ; wholesale and export whisky 
merchant, office, 73 Seagate ; warehouses, 67 and 81 Seagate (Tele- 
phone No. 1334a); h. Bourtreebank, Carnoustie (Telephone No. C28) 
Lawson, J. F., sub-postmaster, stationer and printer, 274 Perth road ; 

h. Myrtle cottage, Blackness avenue 
Lawson, John, butcher, 30 Springhill 

Lawson, John, musicseller, Arcade buildings, 6a, 6c King street (Tele- 
phone No. 1145) ; h. Inverleigh, Bingham terrace 
Lawson, John Grafton , of J. Grafton Lawson & Co. , Westfield hse. , W. Ferry 
Lawson, John S., of William Lawson & Sons, Carseview, Wormit 
Lawson, J. Grafton, & Co., solicitors, 36 Reform street 
Lawson, Peter, coal and coke mercht., 16 Peddie street (Telephone No. 

34x2) ; h. Myrtle cottage, Blackness avenue 
Lawson, Peter, police constable, 65 Trades lane 


Lawson, Richard, sorting clerk, Post Office ; h. 184 Lochee road 

Lawson, Robert, builder, 142 Albert street 

Lawson, Robert, of William Lawson & Sons, Helen villa, Wormit 

Lawson, Robert, of Lawsons Ltd., Brooklyn, East Newport 

Lawson, Thomas, stationer and tobacconist, 207 Overgate; h. 62 Ure st. 

Lawson, Thos. G., property agent, 12 Bank st. ; h. 1 North William st. 

Lawson, William, jun. , of William Lawson & Sons, 28 Magdalen Yard rd. 

Lawson, William, foreman, Gasworks ; h. 84 Ferry road 

Lawson, William,' painter, 25 St Matthew street 

Lawson, William, clothier, 47 Hospital wynd 

Lawson, William, moulder, 163 Strathmartine road 

Lawson, Wm.C. , accountant, 13 Albert sq. ; h. Duntrune villas, Invergowrie 

Lawson, William, & Co. , whisky merchants, 20 Reform st., and at Dublin 

Lawson, William, & Sons, rope, twine, and sail makers, tarpaulin and 
waterproof cover manufacturers, Thomson street and Step row ; sale 
shop, 19 Dock street ; office, Thomson street 

Lawson, W. A., grocer, 52 Albert street ; h. 12 Brown Constable street 

Lawson, Mrs Alfred Ernest, 1 Victoria crescent 

Lawson, Mrs Isabella, 19 Constitution road 

Lawsons, Leeds, Hope Fuundry, branch of Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, 
Barbour, Ltd., engineers and makers of jute, flax, hemp, and 
manila machinery, ; agent, T. M. Peters, Hopebank, 8 Adelaide 
place (Telephone No. 1616) 

Lawsons Limited, warehousemen, 14 and 16 Whitehall crescent (Tele- 
phone No. 144) ; R. Lawson, manager 

Laycock, Frederick, music teacher, 180 Lochee road 

Laycock, John, wiredrawer, 59 Lochee road 

Leaburn, Mrs M., fish merchant, 50 Hilltown 

Leaburn, Mrs William, fruit merchant, 215 Overgate 

Leadbetter Brothers & Co., linen manufacturers, 114 Seagate 

Learmonth, Henry, bootmaker, 44 Princes street ; h. 30 Olepington road 

Learmonth, John, & Son, boot manufs., 89 Overgate and 40 Victoria road 

Leask, Mrs, confectioner, 8 Annfield row 

Ledingham, David, fruiterer and fishdealer, 8 Hawkhill 

Lee, Croll, & Co., engineers and machinemkrs.,Lawside Foundry, Lochee 

Lee, David R., 8 Strathview terrace, Forfar road 

Lee, James C, marine engineer, 24 Baldovan terrace 

Lee, John, shipmaster, 61 Cowgate 

Lee, Robert, confectioner, 41 Larch street 

Lee, Thomas, bootmaker, 12 Cherryfield lane 

Lee, William, of Lee, Croll, & Co., Oakhurst, Woodhaven, Wormit 

Lee, Mrs A., stationer, 199 Blackness road ; h. 2 Rosefield street 

Lee, Miss, 61 Cowgate 

Lee, Miss, 51 Meadowside 

Lees, C. F., of H. A. & C. Lees, Murrayfield, West Ferry 

Lees, H. A. & C, hardware and fancy goods merchants, 81 to 85 Overgate 

Lees, H. A., of H A. & C. Lees, 22 Springfield 

Lees, James G., & Co., hessians, sack and bag merchants, twines, and 
waterproof covers, 74 Commercial street 

Lees, James G., of James G. Lees & Co., Sydney villa, Stannergate 

Lees, William, calenderworker, 3 Watt street 


Lees, Mrs, grocer, 178 Ann street 

Lees, Mrs, 4 Balmore street 

Leeson, Edward A., engineer, Urquhart, Lindsay, & Co., Ltd., and 

Robertson & Orchar, Ltd. , Craigmore, 1 Blackness terrace 
Legg, George, steamtug master, 1 Commercial street 
Leggat, William, yarndresser, 14 Lawrence street 

Leggat, W. G. , agent, Bank of Scotland, Reform st. ; h. Mossgiel, B. Ferry 
Leggatt, Henry, manufacturer and merchant, 23 Panmure street ; h. 58 

Westfield road, West Ferry 
Leggatt, John, of John Leggatt & Son, 31 Scouringburn 
Leggatt, John, & Son, coaldealers and chimneyswps. , 3E. Henderson's wd. 
Leggatt, Mrs William, 4 Baxter Park terrace 
Leighton, Alexander, manager, Tay Works ; h. 27 Perth road 
Leighton, Alex., jun., teacher, Dudhope School; h. 27 Perth road 
Leighton, Alexander, 49 Dundonald street 

Leighton, Alexander, M.A., B.Sc, Morgan Academy; h. 3 Chalmers st. 
Leighton, David, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, 64 Seagate 
Leighton, George, joiner, 33 Rosefield street 
Leighton, James, joiner, 16 Lorimer street 

Leighton, James, cycle agent, 1b Cardean street ; h. 1 Cunningham st. 
Leighton, John, warehouseman, 38 Jamaica street 
Leighton, Robert, wine merchant's assistant, 3 Springhill 
Leighton, Robert, patternmaker, 2 Graham place 
Leighton, Thomas A., teacher, 234 Perth road 
Leighton, William, clerk, 72 Arklay street 
Leighton, William, mechanic, 4 Arklay street 
Leighton, Mrs David, 6 Clarendon terrace 
Leiper, James A., fish merchant, 176 Hilltown ; h. 169 
Leisk, John, tailor, 6 Eden street 

Leitch, Andrew, stationer, 4 Alexander street; h. 29 N.Wellington street 
Leitch, Andrew, of Andrew Leitch & Co., Netherlea, West Newport 
Leitch, Andrew, & Co., coal exporters and steamship brokers, Maritime 

buildings, 26 East Dock street (Telephone No. 518) 
Leitch, Robert T., of Andrew Leitch & Co., Hillcrest, West Newport 
Leitchfield, John, carpetweaver, 191 Clepington road 
Leith, David, tenter, 34 Ure street 
Leith, James, bootmaker, 64 Walton street 
Leith, William, tailor, 44 Blackscroft ; h. 40 
Leith, William, dairyman, 56 Blackness road ; h. 68| 
Leith, AV. F., & Co., warehousemen, 35 Exchange street 
Leith, W. & J., dressmakers, 27 Mains road ; h. 6 Smith street 
Lemen, Robert, constable, 164 Clepington road 
Leng, Sir John, M.P., of John Leng & Co., Ltd. , managing proprietor of 

Dundee Advertiser, Kinbrae, Newport (Telephone No. N.33) ; 

London address, House of Commons 
LENG, JOHN, & CO., Ltd., printers and publishers, Dundee Advertiser office, 

7 to 25 Bank street (Telephone Nos. 654, 655, and 656 ; Telegrams, 

" Leng "). See Adv. on coloured leaf preceding title 
Leng, John A., of John Leng & Co., Ltd., Seymour, East Newport 
Leng, William C, of John Leng & Co., Ltd., Eifer lodge, Newport 

(Telephone No. N.35) 


Lennie, C. D., F.S.M.C., of Lermie & Thomson, Apollo cottage, Church 
street, Broughty Ferry 

LENNIE & THOMSON, opthalmic opticians and photographic material 
dealers, 47 High street (Telephone No. 11y2). See Adv. p. 72 

Lennox, David, M.D., 144 Nethergate 

Leonard, Thomas, tobaccospinner, 20 Isla street 

Lennox, Charles J., of M'Walter&Lennox, Rosemount, Union st.,Lochee 

Leslie, Alexander A., grocer, 304 Perth road ; h. 45 Seafield road 

LESLIE, ALEXANDER J., cardboard box manufacturer, Dundee Box Works, 
Rose lane. See Adv. p. 51 

Leslie, David, coachmaker, 6 Garland place 

Leslie, David, jun. , stereotyper, 140 Lochee road 

Leslie, George, ship steward, 29 Morgan street 

Leslie, George, commission agent, 31 Reform street 

Leslie, James G., millmanager, Constable Works ; h. 30 Argyle street 

Leslie, James S., grocer's manager, Carsebrae, 11 West Albany terrace 

Leslie, John, resident secretary, Royal Insurance Co., 97 and 99 Com- 
mercial street ; h. 6 Youngsdale place, East Newport 

Leslie, Jos., City Hat and Cap Manfac'ry, 3 Sea wynd ; h. 5 Longwynd 

Leslie, J., botanic druggist and mineral water manufacturer, 38 Blacks- 
croft and 203 Overgate ; h. 40 Blackscroft 

Leslie, Lewis, moulder, 18 Ellen street 

Leslie, William, mason, 35 Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 

Leslie, William B., hairdresser, 206 Perth road ; h. 187 Victoria road 

Leslie, William M., printer, Dundee Courier; h. 80 Hawkhill 

Leslie, Mrs, apartments, 31 Reform street 

Lesslie, Alexander, jun., hairdresser, 23 Wellgate ; h. 2 Kirk entry 

Lesslie, Aw. J,, hairdresser, perfumer, 12 Barrack st. ; h. 191 Clep'gton rd. 

Leslie, Ann, hosier, 18 Castle street ; h. 1 Blackness avenue 

Lesslie, Charles, clerk, 7 Blackness avenue 

Lesslie, David K., hairdresser and perfumer, 46 King st. ; h. 49 Lyon st. 

Lesslie, Finlay, 138 Hilltown 

Lesslie, James, engineer, 98 Dens road 

Lesslie, Peter, ship steward, 10 Rosebery street 

Leslie, Mrs, 175 Lochee road 

Leuchars, James P., warehouseman, 39 Strathmartine road 

Leuchars, John, cartwright and blacksmith, 136 Strathmartine road; h. 
341 Clepington road 

Leuchars, William, Helenbank, 225 Clepington road 

Leven, Bruce, sawyer, 1 Littlejohn street 

Lever Bros. , Sunlight Soapmanufrs.,62Commercialst.; JohnWillocks,agt. 

Levie, P. Bisset, commercial traveller, 6 Bellefield avenue 

Lewis, D. H., joiner, 1 Thornbank street 

Lewis, J. & J. , milliners & drapers, 286 Hilltown ; h. 19 Strathmartine rd. 

Lewis, George W., mechanic, 5 Parker street 

Lewis, Robert, collector, The Cottage, 8 Tulloch crescent 

Lewis, Samuel, calenderworker, 38 Polepark road 

Leyland, F., & Co. (1900), Ltd., steamers to West Indies, New Orleans, 
Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, Central America, and Pacific ports, 
via Colon ; M. Langlands & Sons, agents, 39 Dock street 

Leys, Alexander, mechanic, 10 Carmichael street 


Leys, Alexander, 18 Dallfield terrace 

Leys, James, ironturner, 7 M'Gill street 

Liberal Association Rooms, 51 Reform street (Telephone No. 01872); 

William Smith, organising secretary 
Lickely, Alex., architect, property agent, and valuator, 46 Reform st. ; 

h. Errolroad, Invergowrie (Telephone No. 313) 
Lickely, A. & R., joiners and builders, 6 Constitution street 
Lickely, Robert, 1 Rosewood terrace, Westpark road 
Lickley, Alexander T., of A. & R. Lickley, 18 Constitution terrace 
Lickley, A. & R., joiners, houseagents, and valuators, 30 Reform street - 

(Telephone No. 552) ; workshops, 40 Constitution st. & 220 Perth rd. 
Lickley, David, joiner, 83 Magdalen green 

Lickley, Robert, agent, 30 Reform street ; h. 16 Constitution terrace 
Liddell, David, cabinetmaker, 5 Parker street 
Liddell, Robert, salesman, 199 Perth road 

Liddle, Grindlay, gilder and pictureframe maker, 32 King's road ; h. 28 
Liddle, Grindlay, jun., pictureframe maker, 7 King's road 
Liddle, James T. , commercial traveller, 279a Hawkhill 
Liddle, John A., joiner, 56 Main street 
Life Association of Scotland, branch office, 5 Reform street (Telephone No. 

734) ; George W. B. Kerr, secretary 
Ligertwood, James, representative, Northern Agricultural Co., Tay 

Oilcake Works, Stannergate ; h. Islabank, Barnhill 
LILBURN & GILBERT, cabinetmakers, joiners, and funeral undertakers, 

70 Logie street, Lochee. See Adv. p. 138 
Lilburn, James, sawyer, 3 North George street 
Lilburn, John, joiner, 40 Kemback street 

Lilburn, John A. , shoemkr. , 141 Victoria rd. & 52 Ferry rd. ; h.9 Cardean st. 
Lilburn, Robert, plumber, 130 Seagate 
Lilybank Engine Works, 3 Kemback street ; Caledon Shipbuilding and 

Engineering Co., Ltd. 
Linder, Luke, bricklayer, Bellfield street ; h. Weston, St Andrews 
Lindsay, Agnes, grocer, 15 Mains road ; h. 7 
Lindsay, Alexander, grocer, 304 Perth road 
Lindsay, Alexander, preserve manufacturer and provision merchant, 36 

and 38a South Tay street ; h. Brighton villa, York place, Perth 
Lindsay, Alexander, warehouseman, 69 Crescent street 
Lindsay, Alexander B. , insurance agent, 47 Yeaman shore 
Lindsay, Bessie, music teacher, 1 Dallfield terrace 

Lindsay, Chas., grocer & spirit mer., 229, 231 Hawkhill; h. 14Cleghorn st. 
Lindsay, Charles B., clerk, Gas Office ; h. 1 Rattray street 
Lindsay, David, insurance agent, 13 Rosefield street 
Lindsay, David, ironturner, 1 Leng street 

Lindsay, George J., potato merchant, 31 Wellington st. ; h. 107 Ann st. 
Lindsay, Graham L., plumber & tinsmith, 7 Blackness rd. ; h. 16J Balfour st. 
Lindsay, James, grocer and wine merchant, 22 Cleghorn street (Telephone 

No. 38y2) ; h. Clova villa, City road 
Lindsay, James, baker, 95 Blackscroft 

Lindsay, Jas., jun., warehousekeeper and traffic supt., 12 Whitehall cres. 
Lindsay, James R., of Lindsay & Low, Ltd., Miltonbank, West Ferry 
Lindsay, John, of J. & R. Lindsay, 8 Dudhope terrace 


Lindsay, John, baker, 40 Princes street 

Lindsay, John, 27 South George street 

Lindsay, John, teller, Royal Bank, Murraygate ; h, 51 Murray gate 

Lindsay, John, joiner, 74 Rosebank street ; h. Linden villa, Pitkerro rd. 

Lindsay, John, 20 Baldovan terrace 

Lindsay, John, slater, 7 Canning street 

Lindsay, John M. , grocer and dairy produce dealer, 61 Victoria street ; 

A. 10 Brown Constable street 
Lindsay, J. & R., merchants, 6 Panmure street 
Lindsay & Low, Ltd., wholesale confectioners, bread, biscuit, preserve, 

and peel manufacturers, Tay Works, Allan street and Dock street ; 

confectionery and preserve factories, Carolina port 
Lindsay, Patrick, collector, 8 Gardner street 
Lindsay, Richard, joiner, 249 Blackness road 
Lindsay, Robert, railway servant, 14 Cleghorn street 
Lindsay, Robert, 13 Ann street 

Lindsay, Robert, engineer, Somerville house, 4 Somerville place 
Lindsay, Robert M., chemist and druggist, 140 Albert street and 

41 Dens road ; h, Tayview, Pitkerro road 
Lindsay & Scott, glass merchants, glaziers, and zinc and lead window 

mkrs.,24to28 Bank st. (Teleph. No. 735; Telegms., "Lindsay Scott ") 
Lindsay Street Works, North Lindsay st. ; John Henderson & Sons, mfrs. 
Lindsay, Thomas, joiner, 2 Easson's angle 
Lindsay, William, 8 Dudhope terrace 
Lindsay, William, dressing overseer, 17 Park avenue 
Lindsay, Wm. , grocer, wine mer. , 60 Blackscroft; h. Clova cot., Forfar rd. 
Lindsay, William, mechanic, 27 South George street 
Lindsay, William, manager, 5 Baxter Park terrace 
Lindsay, William, coal merchant, 19 Elizabeth street 
Lindsay, William, blacksmith, 7 Mid wynd 
Lindsay, William A., clerk, 3 Park avenue 
Lindsay, William R., hacklemaker, 51 Dura street 
Lindsay, W. R. , M.I.Mech.E., consulting engineer, 1 Lome terrace 
Lindsay, Mrs James H., Ivybank, 3 Adelaide place 
Lindsay, Mrs John, 12A Mortimer street 
Lindsay, Mrs Joseph, Somerville house, 4' Somerville place 
Lindsay, Mrs Margaret, general dealer, 132 Overgate ; h. 103 
Lindsay, Mrs William, 2 Blackness crescent 
Lindsay, Mrs William, confectioner, 55 Albert street 
Lindsay, Mrs W. L., 33 Wellington street 
Lindsay, Mrs, 12 Rose street 

Lindsay, Miss Jessie, dressmaker, 213 Perth road 
Lindsay, Miss K., dressmaker, 143 Nethergate 
Liness, Edward, carpenter, 67 Watson street 
Linn, Robert F., representative, Matthew Algie & Co. (tea merchants, 

Glasgow); h. 1 Blackness crescent 
Linton, Alexander, carpenter, 71 Albert street 
Linton, B. M., ladies' nurse, 71 Albert street 
Lipton, Limited, hamcurers, butter and cheese merchants, tea importers, 

and preserve manufacturers, 13 Murraygate (Telephone No. 74), 

1 Hawkhill, and 98 Princes street 


Lister, Charles, police sergeant, 178 Lochee road 

Lister, Mrs Mary, 26 Long wynd 

Litster, Alexander, 4 Morgan street 

Little, Annie, confectioner, 63 Milnloank road ; h. 20 Union place 

Little, Isabella, matron, Royal Victoria Hospital, Blackness road 

Little, Jas. J. , clerk, Royal Bank, High st. ; h. 4 Collingwood ter. , Barnhill 

Little, Thomas G. , storekeeper, 39 Dundonald street 

Little, T. Gavin Steel, solicitor and notary, 4 High st. ; h. 21 Perth rd. 

Littlejohn, David, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 199 Princes street; 
h. 13 Pitkerro road 

Littlejohn, D. Harrower, M.A. (Oxon.), of D. S. Littlejohn, Son, & Scott, 
Sidlaw cottage, Bronghty Ferry 

Littlejohn, D. S., Son, & Scott, solicitors and notaries public, 27 Bank st. 

Littlejohn, George H., music teacher, 119 Nethergate 

Littlejohn, James J., late teacher, 6 Dallfield terrace 

Littlejohn, Mrs E., of Mrs E. Littlejohn & Co., 5 Windsor place 

Littlejohn, Mrs E.,& Co., newsagents and statnrs., The Pillars, 14High st. 

Livermore Brothers, proprietors, Pala